Google for your class

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How much of Google have you used in your teaching life? Did you know that there are numerous Google products that can make your life easier and your classes more lively?

This presentation from the webinar series at www.beyondteaching.com brings you up-to-date with the latest from Google. Of course, "latest" is as good as yesterday! So, feel free to add more recent stuff in your comments...

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  • Google for your class

    1. 1. Google for your Class! A Teacher’s Guide February 22, 2013 Anirudh Phadke
    2. 2. Google Search
    3. 3. List other products from Google
    4. 4. Google Apps for Education
    5. 5. Back to basics: Search
    6. 6. Back to basics: Search
    7. 7. Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/x1brett/6707250233/sizes/o/in/photostream/
    8. 8. Want a PhD in Googling? http://onlinephd.org/phd-in-googling/
    9. 9. A little more serious stuff with Search • Search Challenge for your class – Try this… – More lessons at http://www.google.com/insidesearch/searcheduc ation/lessons.html
    10. 10. http://books.google.com/
    11. 11. http://scholar.google.com/
    12. 12. Google Drive for your Class
    13. 13. Why use Google Docs? Sharable Simultaneous users Revision history Collaborate with other classes On the cloud
    14. 14. Create your own Quiz! • Pre-lesson quiz • Knowing them better • Online record of progress • Parent interest/ response • Anonymous feedback (honestly!) • Surveys Let’s try it LIVE!
    15. 15. Google Maps • Not just for geography teachers! – Latitude/ longitude • Math lessons – Distance between house and school – Area of shapes (of a colony/ town) – Compare cities in area – Even heights using 3D tool! • Science – Physical visits and identify biodiversity and mark on map • History – Mark local historical places with event descriptions • Art – Paint a place and mark it on the map for sharing
    16. 16. Some existing Map uses • Tracing literary trips: http://www.googlelittrips.org/ (trace Akbar’s route) • Math lesson plans: http://edte.ch/blog/maths- maps • Connecting places with mentions on web: http://www.placeopedia.com • More general stuff at http://www.freetech4teachers.com/ • Plant & Animal species at http://www.usanpn.org/files/viz/index.html#
    17. 17. More advanced stuff… • MapsGL – 3D imagery of buildings – Integrated Street View • Google Earth – http://www.google.co.in/earth/educators/
    18. 18. By the way…
    19. 19. Google for your Class! A Teacher’s Guide was brought to you by
    20. 20. Webinars coming up… • Friday, March 8 – 18:30 Teaching Math: A Discussion on Vedic Math for speedy calculations • Friday, March 22 – 18:30 How to crack the CTET Math Section-I • Friday, March 29 – 18:30 How to crack the CTET Math Section-II Register at www.BeyondTeaching.com/BTWebinars

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