Using Google Docs to run engaging online teaching sessions by Suzie Vesper, CORE Education Learning@School  Hamilton, 2012
Background - ELLINZ online
Moodle ELGG Adobe Connect The online spaces
Key tools
 
Pre and post tests Running record recording Google Forms
Drag and drop text boxes Google Presentations
Teaching materials for live lessons Google Presentations
Differentiation in one presentation Google Presentations
Note taking and retelling Google Presentations
Drag and drop Google Presentations
Sorting and classifying Google Presentations
Student final presentations Google Presentations
Google Docs Peer editing
Google Docs Complete the gap (using Google ‘drawing’ text boxes)
Google Docs Traditional complete the sheet (but online)
Games Google Drawing
Games Google Drawing
Labelling activities Google Drawing
Sorting and labeling activities Google Drawing
Sorting and labeling activities Google Drawing
Student assessment Google Spreadsheet
Managing Google Docs with Teacher Dashboard
 
Telling their stories and sharing their cultures
Demonstrating their understanding
Learning vocabulary
What has worked well for your students? What ideas do you have that could build on the examples shared today? Ideas from t...
There will be a focus group of teachers set up that are either specialist ESOL teachers or mainstream teachers workin with...
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Engaging lessons in google docs

  1. 1. Using Google Docs to run engaging online teaching sessions by Suzie Vesper, CORE Education Learning@School Hamilton, 2012
  2. 2. Background - ELLINZ online
  3. 3. Moodle ELGG Adobe Connect The online spaces
  4. 4. Key tools
  5. 6. Pre and post tests Running record recording Google Forms
  6. 7. Drag and drop text boxes Google Presentations
  7. 8. Teaching materials for live lessons Google Presentations
  8. 9. Differentiation in one presentation Google Presentations
  9. 10. Note taking and retelling Google Presentations
  10. 11. Drag and drop Google Presentations
  11. 12. Sorting and classifying Google Presentations
  12. 13. Student final presentations Google Presentations
  13. 14. Google Docs Peer editing
  14. 15. Google Docs Complete the gap (using Google ‘drawing’ text boxes)
  15. 16. Google Docs Traditional complete the sheet (but online)
  16. 17. Games Google Drawing
  17. 18. Games Google Drawing
  18. 19. Labelling activities Google Drawing
  19. 20. Sorting and labeling activities Google Drawing
  20. 21. Sorting and labeling activities Google Drawing
  21. 22. Student assessment Google Spreadsheet
  22. 23. Managing Google Docs with Teacher Dashboard
  23. 25. Telling their stories and sharing their cultures
  24. 26. Demonstrating their understanding
  25. 27. Learning vocabulary
  26. 28. What has worked well for your students? What ideas do you have that could build on the examples shared today? Ideas from the floor
  27. 29. There will be a focus group of teachers set up that are either specialist ESOL teachers or mainstream teachers workin with ESOL children. Watch this space! Where to from here? Suzie’s contact details Skype: suzcorey Email: [email_address]

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