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Google Tools, Supporting Chromebooks,
and Importance of File Formatting
Google Tools for the Instructor
• Google offers a suite of free productivity tools for classroom
collaboration and course ...
Google Tools for the Instructor
• Remember, IVS is not a Google integrated school – teachers and
students can use the tool...
Google Tools for the Instructor
In order to work with Google apps or upload
other content into Google, you need a Google
A...
Google Tools for the Instructor
Google Apps Launcher (“the waffle”)
Google Tools for the Instructor
• Top 3 tools you may consider:
Google Docs
Google Sheets
Google Slides
• Fan Favorite:...
Google Docs
• Google Docs
If you want to play with Google Docs during this portion of
the presentation, go to http://www.g...
Google Docs
• Uses for Student
• Collaborating with
other students on a
project
• Reflection/portfolio
piece where growth
...
Google Docs
Examples
Google Sheets
If you want to play with Google Sheets during this
portion of the presentation, go to http://www.google.com/...
Google Sheets
• Uses for Teacher
• Collect, Share, Analyze
and Graph Student
Data
• Sign-Up Sheets
• Scheduling Online
App...
Google Sheets
Examples
Google Slides
• Uses for Teacher
• Create support
materials for your
course
• Curate your lessons
• Curate weekly targets
...
Google Slides
• Google Docs
• If you want to play with Google Docs during this portion of the
presentation, go to http://w...
Google Slides
Examples
Google Forms
• Google Docs
Google Forms
• Uses for Teacher
• Formative data and
snapshots of
student progress in
lesson
• Summative
assessments
• Col...
Google Forms
Examples
Sharing Settings in Google
• Whether you or your students are working with Google, it is
important to be aware of your sha...
Google Support
Google Apps for Education training center
https://edutrainingcenter.withgoogle.com/resources/tools
The Go...
Supporting Students who Use Google
• Danielle
• IVS is not a Google integrated school, but we have ways to support
student...
Example of sharing Google link on .rtf file
uploaded in Dropbox
Supporting Students who Chromebooks
• Danielle
• Explain Chromebooks – ADD CONTENT
• Help Desk Articles to Share with Stud...
Importance of File Formatting
• Danielle
• ADD CONTENT
• Help Desk Articles to Share with Students:
Converting Pages (Mac ...
Using Smartphone to Scan Written Work
• Danielle
• ADD CONTENT
• Help Desk Articles to Share with Students:
https://ilvirt...
Questions?
You will soon receive a link to the ISBE Evaluation form
for this session in an email from Danielle Brush Lewis.
Within a ...
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Google tools, supporting Chromebooks, and importance of file formatting(2)

  1. 1. Google Tools, Supporting Chromebooks, and Importance of File Formatting
  2. 2. Google Tools for the Instructor • Google offers a suite of free productivity tools for classroom collaboration and course management Google Apps For Education or GAFE) • Many of these can be used in conjunction with your IVS course • Increase efficiency, collaboration and engagement
  3. 3. Google Tools for the Instructor • Remember, IVS is not a Google integrated school – teachers and students can use the tools, but the Google tools do not automatically connect to D2L. • Danielle will follow up with more info on what students need to do if they are using Google Docs and submit to Dropbox.
  4. 4. Google Tools for the Instructor In order to work with Google apps or upload other content into Google, you need a Google Account and Google Drive (your storage area) www.google.com click sign in. Then select, create account If you have a Gmail address, you already have a Google account, so you won't need to create an account—you can simply sign in to Drive using your Gmail information. www.google.com
  5. 5. Google Tools for the Instructor Google Apps Launcher (“the waffle”)
  6. 6. Google Tools for the Instructor • Top 3 tools you may consider: Google Docs Google Sheets Google Slides • Fan Favorite: Google Forms
  7. 7. Google Docs • Google Docs If you want to play with Google Docs during this portion of the presentation, go to http://www.google.com/docs
  8. 8. Google Docs • Uses for Student • Collaborating with other students on a project • Reflection/portfolio piece where growth can be highlighted • Working with teacher to improve writing process or other learning (feedback) • Uses for Teacher • Handouts • Additional Pacing Chart information • Link to support materials • Share ideas • Give Feedback • Create materials with others
  9. 9. Google Docs Examples
  10. 10. Google Sheets If you want to play with Google Sheets during this portion of the presentation, go to http://www.google.com/sheets
  11. 11. Google Sheets • Uses for Teacher • Collect, Share, Analyze and Graph Student Data • Sign-Up Sheets • Scheduling Online Appointments • Create support materials for your course • Uses for Students • Collect, Share, Analyze and Graph Data • Flash Card Center Use Flippity.net to create flashcards or have students create their own to help them review.
  12. 12. Google Sheets Examples
  13. 13. Google Slides • Uses for Teacher • Create support materials for your course • Curate your lessons • Curate weekly targets for students • Uses for Students • Show evidence of growth and learning • Be able to review at one’s own pace
  14. 14. Google Slides • Google Docs • If you want to play with Google Docs during this portion of the presentation, go to http://www.google.com/slides
  15. 15. Google Slides Examples
  16. 16. Google Forms • Google Docs
  17. 17. Google Forms • Uses for Teacher • Formative data and snapshots of student progress in lesson • Summative assessments • Collect student interest information • Uses for Student • Check-In area • Gather information/data for a project • Find out the opinions of others in group
  18. 18. Google Forms Examples
  19. 19. Sharing Settings in Google • Whether you or your students are working with Google, it is important to be aware of your sharing settings.
  20. 20. Google Support Google Apps for Education training center https://edutrainingcenter.withgoogle.com/resources/tools The Google Guru on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/askthegooru/playlists 38 ideas on how to use Google Drive in the classroom http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2014/08/38-ideas-to-use-google-drive-in- class.html Remember, IVS is not a Google integrated school – we can use the tools, but the tools do not automatically connect to D2L.
  21. 21. Supporting Students who Use Google • Danielle • IVS is not a Google integrated school, but we have ways to support students who use Google Tools (Docs, Sheets, Slides) • SHOW how students should download Docs as Word to Computer then uploading file to course dropbox • Help Desk Article to Share with Students: https://ilvirtual.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/201799125-My-school-uses- Google-Drive-and-or-Google-Docs-How-do-I-complete-assignments-
  22. 22. Example of sharing Google link on .rtf file uploaded in Dropbox
  23. 23. Supporting Students who Chromebooks • Danielle • Explain Chromebooks – ADD CONTENT • Help Desk Articles to Share with Students about using Chromebooks • https://ilvirtual.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/201806758-Step-4-System- Requirements-Check- • https://ilvirtual.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/204351819-Chrome-won-t- use-the-java-tools-in-apex
  24. 24. Importance of File Formatting • Danielle • ADD CONTENT • Help Desk Articles to Share with Students: Converting Pages (Mac OS): https://ilvirtual.zendesk.com/hc/en- us/articles/205247119-Save-a-file-in-an-acceptable-format-from- Pages-Mac-Os-
  25. 25. Using Smartphone to Scan Written Work • Danielle • ADD CONTENT • Help Desk Articles to Share with Students: https://ilvirtual.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/210052986-Using- Your-Smartphone-to-Scan-Written-Work-and-save-as-PDF
  26. 26. Questions?
  27. 27. You will soon receive a link to the ISBE Evaluation form for this session in an email from Danielle Brush Lewis. Within a week of submitting the form, you will receive an email notification that you can download your PD Clock Hour Form in the PD Maestro System (https://pd.ilvirtual.org) A recording of this session will be available in Teacher Resources 2016-2017. Note: You will not be able to receive PD Clock Hours for viewing the recording.

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