GoogleGoogle Docs in theClassroomhttp://www.logigear.com/magazine/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Picture1-300x281.png
Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-1-i20182.html#image
Commenthttp://fc01.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2011/225/8/1/free_comment_icon_by_apprenticeofart-d46e3uz.png
• Click “insert” - select “comment” from drop down menu• Command + option + M
click• Type in your comment and click “comment” when finished
• Click on the comment to “edit” “delete” or “resolve”
• Click on “comments” (beside the blue “share” button) to reply,delete, re-open or link to this comment
Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-2-b-i20181.html#image
http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6131/5973523696_a66b62c1a1_o.jpg
How to install the voice comments app ...
• Click on “create” - select “connect more apps” from menu
• In the search bar, type in “voice” to search for the app• Return key (enter) on keyboard
• The app should have a blue connect box beside it. Click to install -mine doesn’t as I have already installed it
How to use the voice comments app ...
• Hover over link with mouse, right click (control + click)• Select “open with” then “voice comments”
Click “allow access”
• Click the red record button and leave a voice comment on work• Click “share with collaborators” for comment to appear on...
• Student clicks on comment stream to open comments• Click on link to listen to the comment
Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-3-i20177.html#image
• Embedding a doc in a wiki or blog ...http://farm2.staticflickr.com/1149/877839966_fb48f79e3c.jpghttp://farm3.staticflick...
• Click “File” and select “Publish to the web” from the menu
• Select “Start publishing”
• Copy the embed code (command + C)
• In edit mode of wikipage, select “Widget” then “Other HTML”• Paste the code into the box (command + V)
• Add the highlighted code snippet into the existing embed code• Select “Save” to complete the action
• The end result should be google doc that stretches nicely acrossthe width of the page of the wiki or blog
Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-4-i20175.html#image
• Using the table tool to create templates / rubrics ...http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/51/Google.png
• Select “table” then “insert table” from the drop down menu• Range from 1 x 1 - 20 x 20Format table usingtable properties
• Use the “table properties” function to format the table
• Insert and delete rows and columns at anytime
• Create templates to share with others
• Create assessment rubrics to mark student work
• Use colour palette to assess work against the set criteria
• Before sharing with students, change visibility setting of doc (sharingsetting) to “can view” It is set to “can edit” by...
• Student embeds assessment rubric into their eportfolio
Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-5-i20176.html#image
• Using the equation editor ...http://www.trustedsaskatoon.com/blog/image.axd?picture=2012%2F8%2FSaskatoon+Bookkepper.jpg
• Click on “insert” - select “equation” from the drop down menu
• Click on “new equation” to get started. Then select from one ofthe 5 palettes of symbols to obtain whatever notation you...
• A typical task created using the editor
Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-6-i20183.html#image
• Finding creative commons images ...http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4d/Creative_commons.jpg
• Click on “insert” then select “image” from drop down menu
• Click on “search”
• Enter your search term - select return key on keyboard to search• Results shown are labelled for commercial reuse with m...
Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-7-i20179.html#image
• Using the research tool ...
• Click on “tools” - select “research”
• Select “Images” from drop down menu
• Select “free to use, share or modify, even commercially”
Tip
Using the google drive mobile app ...
• Access the contents of your drive on your mobile device
• Create a new doc, spreadsheet or folder• Upload photos or videos to your drive
Tip
• Using google spreadsheet to create graphs ...http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/51/Google.png
• How to create a simple graph to record students weekly test results ...
• In drive, click on “create” then select spreadsheet from menu
• Use the top row of the spreadsheet for titles (Week & Score)• Enter data & highlight selection
• Click the “insert chart” button
• Select the column chart option• Ensure the “row” & “column” boxes are ticked
• Click on “customise” tab• Give graph a title
• Scroll down and label axis (horizontal first) Label - “Week”
• Change axis to left vertical• Give the axis a name. Label - “Score”• Select the minimum and maximum values• Click “insert”
• Now it can be embedded into the student’s eportfolio
• Clicking on the chart will revel a drop down menu• From drop down menu - click on “publish chart”
• Select a publish format• Select “image”
• Copy the code (highlight the code then command + C)• Paste code (command + v) into HTML page of site (eportfolio)
• Student example of embedded basic facts graph in eportfolio
Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-0-i20195.html#imagehttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-0-i20195.html#image
• Using google forms with a script to mark tests ...http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/51/Google.png
• Flubaroo is a script that does the marking for you. It’s awesome!
• Five content areas - over 200 questions - 20 tests (forms)
• Students study the resource material then take the test
• All the tests were created using google forms• Flubaroo marks tests and emails students their results
• How to install and use fulbaroo
• Form creates a spreadsheet to document responses
• Input answer key to test questions
• Click insert - select “script” from drop down menu
• Type “flubaroo” into search - then enter
• Click “install” on flubaroo script
• Click “authorize” to allow the script to access your spreadsheets
• To mark a student’s test, select “grade assignment” from flubaroodrop down menu
• Check to make sure grading option corresponds with questions• Select “continue”
• Select which submission should be used as the answer key• Select “continue” and the script will mark the student responses
• Student’s responses which are incorrect are highlighted
• Select “email grades” from flubaroo drop down menu
• Email students their results (DON’T include the answer key)• Include a message if you like
• Click “OK” to complete action
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  1. 1. GoogleGoogle Docs in theClassroomhttp://www.logigear.com/magazine/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Picture1-300x281.png
  2. 2. Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-1-i20182.html#image
  3. 3. Commenthttp://fc01.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2011/225/8/1/free_comment_icon_by_apprenticeofart-d46e3uz.png
  4. 4. • Click “insert” - select “comment” from drop down menu• Command + option + M
  5. 5. click• Type in your comment and click “comment” when finished
  6. 6. • Click on the comment to “edit” “delete” or “resolve”
  7. 7. • Click on “comments” (beside the blue “share” button) to reply,delete, re-open or link to this comment
  8. 8. Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-2-b-i20181.html#image
  9. 9. http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6131/5973523696_a66b62c1a1_o.jpg
  10. 10. How to install the voice comments app ...
  11. 11. • Click on “create” - select “connect more apps” from menu
  12. 12. • In the search bar, type in “voice” to search for the app• Return key (enter) on keyboard
  13. 13. • The app should have a blue connect box beside it. Click to install -mine doesn’t as I have already installed it
  14. 14. How to use the voice comments app ...
  15. 15. • Hover over link with mouse, right click (control + click)• Select “open with” then “voice comments”
  16. 16. Click “allow access”
  17. 17. • Click the red record button and leave a voice comment on work• Click “share with collaborators” for comment to appear on doc
  18. 18. • Student clicks on comment stream to open comments• Click on link to listen to the comment
  19. 19. Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-3-i20177.html#image
  20. 20. • Embedding a doc in a wiki or blog ...http://farm2.staticflickr.com/1149/877839966_fb48f79e3c.jpghttp://farm3.staticflickr.com/2579/3777373404_b136bfda67.jpg
  21. 21. • Click “File” and select “Publish to the web” from the menu
  22. 22. • Select “Start publishing”
  23. 23. • Copy the embed code (command + C)
  24. 24. • In edit mode of wikipage, select “Widget” then “Other HTML”• Paste the code into the box (command + V)
  25. 25. • Add the highlighted code snippet into the existing embed code• Select “Save” to complete the action
  26. 26. • The end result should be google doc that stretches nicely acrossthe width of the page of the wiki or blog
  27. 27. Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-4-i20175.html#image
  28. 28. • Using the table tool to create templates / rubrics ...http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/51/Google.png
  29. 29. • Select “table” then “insert table” from the drop down menu• Range from 1 x 1 - 20 x 20Format table usingtable properties
  30. 30. • Use the “table properties” function to format the table
  31. 31. • Insert and delete rows and columns at anytime
  32. 32. • Create templates to share with others
  33. 33. • Create assessment rubrics to mark student work
  34. 34. • Use colour palette to assess work against the set criteria
  35. 35. • Before sharing with students, change visibility setting of doc (sharingsetting) to “can view” It is set to “can edit” by default
  36. 36. • Student embeds assessment rubric into their eportfolio
  37. 37. Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-5-i20176.html#image
  38. 38. • Using the equation editor ...http://www.trustedsaskatoon.com/blog/image.axd?picture=2012%2F8%2FSaskatoon+Bookkepper.jpg
  39. 39. • Click on “insert” - select “equation” from the drop down menu
  40. 40. • Click on “new equation” to get started. Then select from one ofthe 5 palettes of symbols to obtain whatever notation you require12345
  41. 41. • A typical task created using the editor
  42. 42. Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-6-i20183.html#image
  43. 43. • Finding creative commons images ...http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4d/Creative_commons.jpg
  44. 44. • Click on “insert” then select “image” from drop down menu
  45. 45. • Click on “search”
  46. 46. • Enter your search term - select return key on keyboard to search• Results shown are labelled for commercial reuse with modification
  47. 47. Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-7-i20179.html#image
  48. 48. • Using the research tool ...
  49. 49. • Click on “tools” - select “research”
  50. 50. • Select “Images” from drop down menu
  51. 51. • Select “free to use, share or modify, even commercially”
  52. 52. Tip
  53. 53. Using the google drive mobile app ...
  54. 54. • Access the contents of your drive on your mobile device
  55. 55. • Create a new doc, spreadsheet or folder• Upload photos or videos to your drive
  56. 56. Tip
  57. 57. • Using google spreadsheet to create graphs ...http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/51/Google.png
  58. 58. • How to create a simple graph to record students weekly test results ...
  59. 59. • In drive, click on “create” then select spreadsheet from menu
  60. 60. • Use the top row of the spreadsheet for titles (Week & Score)• Enter data & highlight selection
  61. 61. • Click the “insert chart” button
  62. 62. • Select the column chart option• Ensure the “row” & “column” boxes are ticked
  63. 63. • Click on “customise” tab• Give graph a title
  64. 64. • Scroll down and label axis (horizontal first) Label - “Week”
  65. 65. • Change axis to left vertical• Give the axis a name. Label - “Score”• Select the minimum and maximum values• Click “insert”
  66. 66. • Now it can be embedded into the student’s eportfolio
  67. 67. • Clicking on the chart will revel a drop down menu• From drop down menu - click on “publish chart”
  68. 68. • Select a publish format• Select “image”
  69. 69. • Copy the code (highlight the code then command + C)• Paste code (command + v) into HTML page of site (eportfolio)
  70. 70. • Student example of embedded basic facts graph in eportfolio
  71. 71. Tiphttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-0-i20195.html#imagehttp://www.edupics.com/image-number-0-i20195.html#image
  72. 72. • Using google forms with a script to mark tests ...http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/51/Google.png
  73. 73. • Flubaroo is a script that does the marking for you. It’s awesome!
  74. 74. • Five content areas - over 200 questions - 20 tests (forms)
  75. 75. • Students study the resource material then take the test
  76. 76. • All the tests were created using google forms• Flubaroo marks tests and emails students their results
  77. 77. • How to install and use fulbaroo
  78. 78. • Form creates a spreadsheet to document responses
  79. 79. • Input answer key to test questions
  80. 80. • Click insert - select “script” from drop down menu
  81. 81. • Type “flubaroo” into search - then enter
  82. 82. • Click “install” on flubaroo script
  83. 83. • Click “authorize” to allow the script to access your spreadsheets
  84. 84. • To mark a student’s test, select “grade assignment” from flubaroodrop down menu
  85. 85. • Check to make sure grading option corresponds with questions• Select “continue”
  86. 86. • Select which submission should be used as the answer key• Select “continue” and the script will mark the student responses
  87. 87. • Student’s responses which are incorrect are highlighted
  88. 88. • Select “email grades” from flubaroo drop down menu
  89. 89. • Email students their results (DON’T include the answer key)• Include a message if you like
  90. 90. • Click “OK” to complete action

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