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  • create, share, and edit online presentations. Share presentations with your students and coworkers. Upload and convert existing presentations to Google Docs format. Download your presentations as a .pdf, a .pptx, or a .txt file. Insert images and videos, and format your slides. Publish and embed your presentations in a website, allowing access to a wide audience. Draw organizational charts, flowcharts, design diagrams and much more right within a presentation. Add slide transitions, animations, and themes to create show-stopping presentations. The new version of presentations also allows you to collaborate with others. Creating presentations together is easy because you can: See exactly what others are working on with colorful presence markers Edit a presentation with other people simultaneously from different locations Use revision history to see who made changes or to revert to earlier versions Say hello, start a conversation or share new ideas using built-in chat
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  • Google apps for teachers

    1. 1. Doodle for Google Info Apps for TeachersAngela Christopherhttp://bit.ly/TCSgoogleachristopher@tipton-county.com@avchristopher
    2. 2. Why Google Apps? Teachers are BUSY! • Stay organized • Stay connected • Share the work
    3. 3. Objectives1. Explain Google Apps for Education All resources are available at2. Compare Ed Apps with http://bit.ly/TCSgoogle Apps for the public3. Experiment with: o Calendar o Docs o Presentations o Forms o Sites?
    4. 4. the Cloud...
    5. 5. the Cloud... Everything is stored on Google servers Productivity from anywhere Faster collaboration
    6. 6. 10 Reasons1. Students will love you2. Easy on the Tech Department3. Easy to deploy4. Saves money5. Large user base6. Privacy protection7. Security8. Real-time innovation9. Collaborate with anyone anywhere
    7. 7. Google for Educationhttp://www.google.com/edu/index.html FREE suite of the Apps applications designed • Gmail for schools! • Google Calendar • Google DocsApps for communication &collaboration. • Google Video • Google Sites
    8. 8. More Google • Chrome • Search • Maps • Earth • Picasa • iGoogle • Google Plus • Google Reader • Blogger
    9. 9. Whats the difference? It is like a "school locker." • Account creation • Access • Sharing privileges
    10. 10. Your TCS account SIG N INwww.google.com
    11. 11. Sign In Sign in w TCS e ith your mail achristopher@tipton-county.com
    12. 12. Questions
    13. 13. Google Appsfor Tipton-County.com
    14. 14. Your account
    15. 15. Calendar Stay Organized!
    16. 16. Calendar k Cale nda r Clic
    17. 17. Calendar - TasksKeep up with your "To-Do List"
    18. 18. Calendar or od es f lor c lendar Co ca h eac d Share ars nd cale
    19. 19. Make your schoolcalendar public &embed on the web
    20. 20. MobileCalendarMobile phoneTabletMobile Help for Calendar
    21. 21. Lets add calendars& events... • Add the TCS calendar • Appointment slots • Sports schedule • School events • Daily class schedules • Grade level/Team events • Computer lab reservations • Field trips
    22. 22. Questions
    23. 23. Google Docsan office suite and so much more
    24. 24. Google Docs
    25. 25. Open Google Docs nts" ick umeCl oc "D
    26. 26. Documents Use t othe he same r off ice s tools a uites s !
    27. 27. atureUse the chat feto collaborate
    28. 28. Other Docs Available anywhere!PresentationSpreadsheetFormDrawing
    29. 29. Docs in Plain English
    30. 30. Questions
    31. 31. Lets try Documents... As the student • Write a 1-3 paragraph fictional essay about your summer vacation. • Include incorrect grammar, spelling... • Share the essay with two of your peers • Use comments and chat to provide feedback • Analyze revision history
    32. 32. Lets try Documents... As the Teacher • Write a back to school newsletter • Upload & edit a lesson plan - share it with your team • Plan your Fall Break vacation agenda and share it with your travel companions (dont forget links, photos, etc.)
    33. 33. Questions
    34. 34. Presentations
    35. 35. PresentationsAdmins Teachers Students•Faculty meetings • Showcase • Slideshow•Parent night student work project•Embed on website • "How-tos" • Collaborate for•SACS • Instructional group presentations • Embed on website • Storyboards • Make • Create "How- certificates tos"
    36. 36. Create a Presentation Crea te new or u p load
    37. 37. Building yourpresentation • Themes • Title • Auto save • Layout • Tool Bar • Animate • Notes • Collaborate
    38. 38. Questions
    39. 39. Lets build a presentation • Create a new presentation or upload from a PPT • Select a theme or blank template • Title the presentation • Create a.... a. Back to school presentation -OR- b. "How-to _____" presentation for your subject/grade level • Share the presentation with a neighbor and collaborate
    40. 40. Google FormsAll your survey data - free & easy!
    41. 41. Why use Google Forms? • Free • Easy • Flexible • Streamlined • Collect Data • Notification • Share • Public & Private • Mobile Friendly
    42. 42. Lets get started...
    43. 43. 1, 2, 3 - Its Easy! 1 2 1. Open Docs 2. Click Create 3. Select Form 3
    44. 44. Your 1st Survey mAdd Ite Survey Title Type your question Select Type
    45. 45. Survey inEdit mode
    46. 46. Edit your survey Click to edit
    47. 47. Share your survey Email link Add to website
    48. 48. ParticipantsComplete the Survey Try it now... How will you use Google Forms? http://bit.ly/TCSform
    49. 49. Collect your data Click to view
    50. 50. SummaryGraphsPercentages# of responseLive Data
    51. 51. Download Data Click to download Choose format
    52. 52. Questions
    53. 53. Lets create a survey... With a partner, create a form to collect... •student information o contact, tech availability, etc. • parent information/feedback • input for a school wide decision, committee, clubs etc. • a record of your own professional development activities
    54. 54. Spreadsheets
    55. 55. Spreadsheet IdeasTeacher Productivity/ Student Collaboration• Collecting data from various students• Attendance• Track Expenses• Event Planning• Compare & Contrast activities• Address books for sharing• Student data• Graphs
    56. 56. Questions
    57. 57. Workshop Evaluationhttp://bit.ly/PDgoogle Thank you!

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