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“A spoonful of sugar makes the medicine
go down.”
Presented by: Debbie Martin
Google Drawing
hy?
➔ It can help students go from Substitution to
Redefinition on the SAMR model.
➔ Creativity = Rigor
➔ Producers of Med...
hy?
➔ According to a Business Week article, CEOs identify ‘creativity’
as the most important leadership competency for the...
SAMR
Image by @nadinegilkison.
Used with permission.
Science Lesson
DRAWING
H
Li
H
Li
Image Credit: Debbie Martin
Student Assignment
Using the Google Drawing app, your
group will create a thinking map on one
of the scientist, a science ...
Rubric for iBook Author
Wow! (4) Good (3) Almost (2) Poor (1)
Central Point Central point is
understood throughout book.
H...
Ways to Use Google Drawing
Starting with substitution:
Create worksheets quickly.
Move up to augmentation
by
having the st...
Thinking Map
Tech acts as a direct
tool substitute with
functional
improvement.
Augmentation Collaborate with
members of g...
Science Diagram of DNA
Add a talking
glossary to
diagrams.
Image Source: FMS Library
Study Card
Collaborate with
your group and
share study cards
or mnemonic
devices for a test.
Example:
Students upload to
B...
Table of Contents
History of DNA
The Structure of DNA
Diagram of DNA
DNA Review Questions & Study Tips
Modification/Redefi...
Modification/Redefinition with iBook
Author
Scan the picture for a
3d model of a cell and
see where DNA is
produced.
Click...
Modification/Redefinition
Students connect with students from another country to discuss genetic
engineering. Students wri...
Create Worksheets 1. When you click on
Tools, then Research,
it will pull up a Google
Search on the side.
2. Type in searc...
Ways to Use Google Drawing
Ways to Use Google Drawing
Definitions & Concepts
Thinking Map
Graphic Notes
Image Source: Debbie Martin
Example from….
Images: Debbie Martin
Create
Tutorials
Create Infographics
Created by: Debbie Martin
Create Visual Headings
FOR
Assignments that POP!
D. Martin
Hyperlink primary
documents or
images to original
source or
information about
the document.
Moving up the SAMR level to
Modification/Redefinition
Creating a campaign that addresses current issues and problems in
ou...
Create a political cartoon in
groups….
Image Source:Debbie Martin
Image Source: Jessica Cooper
Create a political cartoon in
groups….
Image Source: Debbie Martin
Moving up the SAMR level to
Modification/Redefinition
Working in groups to
create a Book Cover with
QR codes or Augmented
...
Using iBooks Author
Students will
create a book
with their own
creations of
how political
cartoons have
impacted
different...
Examples of AR
Advance to creating 3d
drawings in Google
Sketchup. Students can
share their 3d creations on
https://3dware...
Create an iMovie Stop
Motion Video
Using drawings from Google Drawing or svg cut files,
make a stop motion video to link w...
More Examples of AR
Just for Fun
turns into ….
College &
Career Ready
Image Credit: Debbie Martin
Just for Fun
turns into ….
Image Credit: Debbie Martin
...turns into money making opportunities!
Image Credit: Debbie Martin
Cutting Files (SVG)
This to this
Create More Graphics
But first….
Let me take a
SELFIE!
Pros & Cons
Pros Cons
High student self motivation on using the drawing
app.
Students wanted to spend too much time on the...
Image Sources: Debbie Martin
Make a
Monster
Tutorial
Your turn….
Make a
Monster
Tutorial
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  1. 1. “A spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down.” Presented by: Debbie Martin Google Drawing
  2. 2. hy? ➔ It can help students go from Substitution to Redefinition on the SAMR model. ➔ Creativity = Rigor ➔ Producers of Media > Consumers of Media
  3. 3. hy? ➔ According to a Business Week article, CEOs identify ‘creativity’ as the most important leadership competency for the successful enterprise of the future.” ➔ Google Drawing is more than a drawing app, it’s a tool to help students communicate clearly and concisely.
  4. 4. SAMR Image by @nadinegilkison. Used with permission.
  5. 5. Science Lesson DRAWING H Li H Li Image Credit: Debbie Martin
  6. 6. Student Assignment Using the Google Drawing app, your group will create a thinking map on one of the scientist, a science diagram of the concept, and a study card that is a mnemonic device. Your group will use all of the information to create a short book on your topic using iBooks Author and share to iTunesU.
  7. 7. Rubric for iBook Author Wow! (4) Good (3) Almost (2) Poor (1) Central Point Central point is understood throughout book. Has central point, understood on most pages. . Has central point in title, but pages do not relate. Lacks a central point. Text based support of ideas (Content Accuracy) Demonstrates an accurate understanding of the science concept based on textual evidence. Demonstrates some understanding of science concept with only one or two factual errors. Demonstrates a limited understanding of concept with only a few factual errors. Demonstrates no understanding of concept with many factual errors. Illustrations & Diagrams All clearly add meaning to the text, are accurate and support the central point. Uses original images or public domain images. Most add meaning to the text, are accurate, and support the central point. Uses at least one original image, but mostly public domain images. Use occasionally, but some do not support central point. No original images, but uses public domain & CC images. Many are unneccesary (do not support central point) OR None shown. Demonstrates no regard for copyright on images used. Use of Original Images, Public Domain Images, Credible Sources & Uses credible sources in MLA format using 1 book and 1 online source. Both book & online sources are credible and cited but not in MLA format. Book source is credible but online source is not. Demonstrates no regard for citing credible sources.
  8. 8. Ways to Use Google Drawing Starting with substitution: Create worksheets quickly. Move up to augmentation by having the students use Google Drawing to complete & submit online. No copying of worksheets. Assigned, completed, & returned online.
  9. 9. Thinking Map Tech acts as a direct tool substitute with functional improvement. Augmentation Collaborate with members of group Hyperlink source or sources and create hotspots. Image Source: FMS Library
  10. 10. Science Diagram of DNA Add a talking glossary to diagrams. Image Source: FMS Library
  11. 11. Study Card Collaborate with your group and share study cards or mnemonic devices for a test. Example: Students upload to Brainscape where they can collaborate, share, & compare their study levels with friends or others around the world. Source Image: FMS Library
  12. 12. Table of Contents History of DNA The Structure of DNA Diagram of DNA DNA Review Questions & Study Tips Modification/Redefinition with iBook Author Source Images: Debbie Martin
  13. 13. Modification/Redefinition with iBook Author Scan the picture for a 3d model of a cell and see where DNA is produced. Click the picture to print out your own copy of the 3d Cell. AR source: Quivervision.com
  14. 14. Modification/Redefinition Students connect with students from another country to discuss genetic engineering. Students write factually about how it is used in their area and share opinions about it. They can compare how it is used and perceived in different parts of the world. Some resources for this: https://collaborate.iearn.org/space-2/group-128 https://education.skype.com
  15. 15. Create Worksheets 1. When you click on Tools, then Research, it will pull up a Google Search on the side. 2. Type in search terms, here I typed in “ blank animal cell worksheet.” When you find your image, just drag it to the canvas. 3. Select the T box to type in directions or terms.
  16. 16. Ways to Use Google Drawing
  17. 17. Ways to Use Google Drawing
  18. 18. Definitions & Concepts
  19. 19. Thinking Map
  20. 20. Graphic Notes Image Source: Debbie Martin
  21. 21. Example from…. Images: Debbie Martin
  22. 22. Create Tutorials
  23. 23. Create Infographics Created by: Debbie Martin
  24. 24. Create Visual Headings FOR Assignments that POP! D. Martin
  25. 25. Hyperlink primary documents or images to original source or information about the document.
  26. 26. Moving up the SAMR level to Modification/Redefinition Creating a campaign that addresses current issues and problems in our society working with other students around the state or world. Examples: During an election, create a campaign called #TBT #timesarenotchaninging comparing an older political cartoon to one that they have created for present day elections.
  27. 27. Create a political cartoon in groups…. Image Source:Debbie Martin
  28. 28. Image Source: Jessica Cooper
  29. 29. Create a political cartoon in groups…. Image Source: Debbie Martin
  30. 30. Moving up the SAMR level to Modification/Redefinition Working in groups to create a Book Cover with QR codes or Augmented Reality Links.
  31. 31. Using iBooks Author Students will create a book with their own creations of how political cartoons have impacted different sectors of our society
  32. 32. Examples of AR Advance to creating 3d drawings in Google Sketchup. Students can share their 3d creations on https://3dwarehouse.sketch up.com or add to their iBook Author book. Setting: Explore Panem with Peeta
  33. 33. Create an iMovie Stop Motion Video Using drawings from Google Drawing or svg cut files, make a stop motion video to link with augmented reality for the summary. See the following example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bt6kWgnNEAU
  34. 34. More Examples of AR
  35. 35. Just for Fun turns into …. College & Career Ready Image Credit: Debbie Martin
  36. 36. Just for Fun turns into …. Image Credit: Debbie Martin
  37. 37. ...turns into money making opportunities! Image Credit: Debbie Martin
  38. 38. Cutting Files (SVG) This to this
  39. 39. Create More Graphics But first…. Let me take a SELFIE!
  40. 40. Pros & Cons Pros Cons High student self motivation on using the drawing app. Students wanted to spend too much time on the drawing part. Reinforced basic ELA concepts like using text based evidence, credible sources, & writing in science. At first, they only wanted to present random facts. They had a hard time summarizing & limiting information that supported central point. Witnessed them work through frustration on layout by working with their groups cooperatively to come up with solutions. The layout and graphic design part was difficult for them.
  41. 41. Image Sources: Debbie Martin
  42. 42. Make a Monster Tutorial
  43. 43. Your turn…. Make a Monster Tutorial

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