Carla’s Countdown<br />Top Ten Teacher Tips<br />
#10  Calculate with Google<br />This Google tip would be helpful when math calculations are not the main goal.  Often time...
#9  Add Video to Presentation Google Doc<br />A teacher could create a Google doc account and upload necessary video for h...
#8  Search within a specific kind of site<br />I like the idea of being able to narrow my searches down to certain web sit...
#7  Waiting for Response Label<br />More often then not teachers are interrupted while checking their emails from parents....
#6 Get a Definition<br />This would be very helpful for students with limited vocabulary.  When a student is doing a searc...
#5  Time<br />Young students find different time zones very interesting.  During many social studies lessons a question ab...
#4  Image Search<br />This tip would be very useful for students working on projects and teachers creating multimedia pres...
#3  Search for a Face<br />This Google tip helps students to match faces with names.  Too many times we expect students to...
#2  Google Earth’s Sky Feature<br />I LOVE using Google Earth’s Sky feature. State standards require an understanding of “...
#1  Google Earth 5<br />This tip is great for many reasons: show students actual landforms by visiting the Grand Canyon, d...
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  1. 1. Carla’s Countdown<br />Top Ten Teacher Tips<br />
  2. 2. #10 Calculate with Google<br />This Google tip would be helpful when math calculations are not the main goal. Often times during discussions a math question arises. This tip would be helpful to squelch curiosity quickly and move on to the important discussion.<br />
  3. 3. #9 Add Video to Presentation Google Doc<br />A teacher could create a Google doc account and upload necessary video for homework. This application could also be used to upload student video projects for parents and other classes to view and/or critique.<br />
  4. 4. #8 Search within a specific kind of site<br />I like the idea of being able to narrow my searches down to certain web sites. Student search assignments could run much smoother and faster with this tip. It would narrow the search to specific sites such as National Geographic and student friendly sites.<br />
  5. 5. #7 Waiting for Response Label<br />More often then not teachers are interrupted while checking their emails from parents. This tip would make it easier for them to remember to finish responding to parent emails.<br />
  6. 6. #6 Get a Definition<br />This would be very helpful for students with limited vocabulary. When a student is doing a search and runs across a word that is unfamiliar to them they could simply do a definition search and move on with their search. <br />
  7. 7. #5 Time<br />Young students find different time zones very interesting. During many social studies lessons a question about time often comes up. The concept of time across the expand of Earth is hard for a young child to understand. A simple search in the Google box would end, “So what time is it in Africa right now?” <br />
  8. 8. #4 Image Search<br />This tip would be very useful for students working on projects and teachers creating multimedia presentations. A simple Google and tada you have an image to use at your fingertips.<br />
  9. 9. #3 Search for a Face<br />This Google tip helps students to match faces with names. Too many times we expect students to know the famous person when we mention a name alone. This tip is beneficial for students and teachers. Visual clues can help students remember important facts easily. Students could also easily add pictures to their reports or projects.<br />
  10. 10. #2 Google Earth’s Sky Feature<br />I LOVE using Google Earth’s Sky feature. State standards require an understanding of “tools used to observe the sky” in the third grade. This tip allows the teacher to show students what a satellite sees as it orbits Earth.<br />
  11. 11. #1 Google Earth 5<br />This tip is great for many reasons: show students actual landforms by visiting the Grand Canyon, dive deep into the ocean and see a ship wreck up close in 3D, swim with sea life and follow their migrations. Bring the whole world into your classroom, use Google Earth 5!<br />

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