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Flip your classroom with google


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Switching roles in flipped learning is not easy. Teachers need appropriate tools to rule classroom activities, encourage students' home work and evaluate their learning progress. Google tools provide a horn of plenty of resources to better flip teaching.

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Flip your classroom with google

  1. 1. Flipyourclassroomwith Google GOOGLE SUMMIT ROME, 7-8 NOVEMBER2014 BY FLAVIA GIANNOLI DIDASCA
  2. 2. Whatflippedclassroomis: Students watchlecturesathome attheirownplace
  3. 3. Whyto flipthe classroom More in linewith how today’s students engage and learn Infiltrating the video/digital cultureinstead of fighting it Can teach the foundations in video and have students apply in class, perfomingcooperative learning Can extend activities and provide more in-depth learning Students can blog, create videosand documents, collaborate etc. to build their own knowledge Will have more time in class than you had before Reach Every Student in every Class Every Day: students can work ahead, catch up, repeat—on their time—before practice, after practice, while homebound etc.
  4. 4. Whichtoolteacherneeds Video editing Three Editing Modes: Storyboard, Timeline and Advanced mode Connect to Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, Google Drive & Dropbox to easily use photos, videos, music & graphics files already uploaded Drag & drop media files in any order to assemble your story
  5. 5. Trim video clips to focus on key moments Split long clips into smaller ones and re-arrange Enter text for titles and captions in your native language Add text, effects, music, transitions and more (since 1stOctober: ANIMATION and VoiceOverin Storyboard) Record voice-overs and video directly Get creative with over 100 royalty-free effects & audio clips For more information attendSara Woods’ Workshop on Friday7 nov, h 14.30 –15,30
  6. 6. Whichtoolteacherneeds Screencastsand screenshots The Snagitfor Google Chrome™ Application (packaged App) is a screen capture that allows you to grab an image or video of what you see on your computer screen then add effects, edit, share with anyone and collaborate around your screen captures. Plus, use the Snagitfor Google Chrome™ library to view and manage your recordings and screen grabs anywhere. Introduction:
  7. 7. Resourcesifyouare lookingfor other’sVideosor suggestions Khan Academy: TED ED LessonsWorth Sharing: TeachingChannel: TeacherTube: Youtubeedu: MOOCs
  8. 8. Learning Environments Resources& Repository Share Communicate
  9. 9. Whichtoolteacherneeds Start with Gmail& Calendar First step: open a Google account Second step: keep in touch with Gmail Third step: sign and share classroom activities on Calendar Plan carefully is important!
  10. 10. Whichtoolteacherneeds Gantterproject Better organize and schedule activity by customizing tasks with a Gantt chart Use your existing Google account to log in Manage all your files, including Gantterproject schedules from one location, anytime, anywhere Real-time editing and chat with other Google Users Share Gantterproject schedules with anyone Ability to work offline Tutorial:
  11. 11. Whichtoolteacherneeds Google Groups: simplicityand efficiency Mailing list for sharing class news and student work Forum for discussions within and beyond the classroom: students could engage in digital dialogue with their peers Blog space for scientific thinking that allow students to create and share content specific writing. Students can respond to experiments or pose questions to one another The use of classrooms blogs allows for cross-curricular connections Tutorial:
  12. 12. Whichtoolteacherneeds Google Drive: Productivity Collaborative documents Spreadsheets Presentation To show detailsand activityon the document: youcan seewhomakesactions
  13. 13. Whichtoolteacherneeds Google Sites: allin one! Sharing Embedding E-Portfolio Examples
  14. 14. Learning spaces Creativity Interactivity Engagement
  15. 15. Whichtoolteacherneeds Google Drive: Creativity Drawing Tutorial: watch?v=rKGJk5TBi2w LucidChartis great for creating flowcharts, diagrams, network maps and diagrams, graphic organizers, mind maps, webs Tutorial:
  16. 16. Mindmeister Brainstorming Collaborative online mindmapping Displayedwhomakesactions Timeline Possibilityof slideshow(likePrezi)
  17. 17. Whichtoolteacherneeds Google+ & Hangout: connectedto work together Collaborative work at home Cross talks with other classroom all over the world TUTORIAL: teachers.html
  18. 18. Surveysaboutkeypointsunderstan- ding Activitiesmonitoring Rubrics Self assessment Peer to peerappraisal Evaluation
  19. 19. Whichtoolteacherneeds Last improvement:  new-google-forms-service-teachers.html  Google form Google Forms is a useful tool to help you plan events send a survey give students a quiz or collect other information in an easy, streamlined way Tutorial:
  20. 20. Whichtoolteacherneeds Flubaroo Tutorial: Grade online assignments in under a minute! Get reporting and analysis on student performance! Email students their scores.
  21. 21. At last, butnotleast: Don’tforgetGooglesearch! Google Tricks You Need To Try Google Secrets You Need To See
  22. 22. Flavia Giannoliflavia.giannoli@gmail.com