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- She can use Google Sheets to take minutes during faculty meetings and share them with participants and missing faculty members.
- She can use Google Sites to build a website containing all of the school’s policy documentation and set up a contacts page so staff members can send their comments directly to her to distribute to relevant people.
- She can use Google Groups to easily create an online discussion forum and invite all relevant people to start conversations and participate in different discussion topics in one accessible place.
- She can use Google Drive to create a shared folder containing school admin and policy documents, useful templates and other shared resources.
- Students can discuss assignments in a collaborative environment
- Students can choose to have assignment results sent direct to their phone as a text message
- Students can view each other’s assignments if they need ideas
- If students are sick from school they can cancel pending assignments from home using the Cancel button
- Students can see at glance when assignments are due
- Assignments and resources are kept organized in one place
- Teacher gives students relevant textbook chapters to research the subject
- Teacher provides useful videos in a YouTube playlist
- Students create a diagram in Google Drawing to explain the biological process
- Students print their findings and paste it in their workbook
- Students use Google Search to research the subject
- Students create a group presentation in Slides to present their findings to the rest of the class for discussion
- Teacher shares work completed by students the previous year that is shared on a Google Site
- So students maximize opportunities to earn money online
- So students understand what they should and shouldn’t do online, and to act in a safe and respectful manner
- So students can connect with the most relevant people through social media
- So students understand how to get the most views and interaction to make their online content go viral
||Participants can communicate by text without disrupting the meeting and their conversations are saved
||Hangout details are simply added when creating a meeting
||Meeting can be extended visually with up to 15 remote participants
|Android and iOS app
||Any participant can share their desktop with the group
||People can join the meeting even when mobile
||Check class understating of a topic
|Create a gradebook to track student scores
||Analyze trends on a record of books read by students
|Protect collected data from change
|Collect anonymous feedback
- Students can browse and copy slides created by any student at any other school
- Students can edit speaker notes to help improve each other’s presentation delivery
- Students can comment on slides to provide feedback for their group members
- Students can collaborate on the slide desk at the same time
- Students can import vides from YouTube or a Drive folder they’ve shared with each other without additional software
- She can use the Offline View app on her smartphone to download an offline version of all unread emails so she can read her emails while traveling.
- She can use the YouTube app on her smartphone to listen to music and use that time to relax between on-site meetings.
- She can use the Gmail mobile app on her smartphone to access her school email account to read, send, and reply to emails.
- She can turn on the Agenda app on her PC before she travels, which will sort her tasks and meetings while she’s traveling and arrange them in priority order when she’s back at her PC.
|Prescriptive teaching methods that do not allow for teacher creativity in class instruction or materials
||Access to resources and information relevant for different learning speeds
|Students limited to school hours when working with other students on collaborative projects
||The ability to collaborate remotely in real-time with peers on group projects
|Standardized teaching resources for all students regardless of learning speeds and abilities
||Students given access to different types of information from a range of sources for enhanced problem-solving
|High volume of printing for assignments and worksheets, and photocopying from textbooks for take-home resources
||Lower printing and copier costs with online resources and file storage
- Designing a logo for a school football team
- Surveys for collecting data for group projects
- Gathering feedback on field trips
- Create formative quiz checks at the end of each lesson
- Performing basis calculations with numeric data
- Creating an interactive presentation
|Traditional classroom skill
||Communicating to a wide audience by publishing work online
|Filing paper-based documents in a physical storage area for safe-keeping
|Working in groups in-person during set hours to collaborate on a joint project
|Finding the best online resource, information and method to solve a problem
|Digital classroom skill
||Remote collaboration and teamwork with multiple people for the best results
|Storing documents in the cloud for easy retrieval and editing
|Looking up an answer in a textbook
|Pinning printed projects in wall displays around the school
- Search for emails containing hyperlinks
- Search for keywords within emails
- Filter emails by word count
- Filter emails that have attachments
- Search for emails within a label
- Search for emails by sender or recipient
- Embed relevant YouTube videos to break up the text and presentation
- Insert fonts and color combinations intentionally to attract attention to key elements of the lesson
- Use as much text as possible to provide a more thorough understanding of the content
- Change the background color of the slides so they are not all white
- Insert audio files to play sound effects and music at specific slides
||Usage within Google Slides
|Additional Reference material
||Rate the content that is being presented
||Graphically design ideas
- When a teacher sets an assignment in Classroom, email notifications and the class Stream ensure students don’t need to be constantly reminded
- Teachers can define answers when they set assignments to enable auto-grading
- When a student completes an assignment, Classroom automatically emails all related documents to peers in their class for review
- Students can call their teacher using Classroom if they need help on an assignment
- Teachers can grade and comment on assignments directly in Classroom and students will immediately receive email notifications to view their scores
- Students can exchange messages with each other to help clear up any assignment misunderstanding without having to ask their teacher
- By subscribing to a Personal Learning Network, he would get paid access to educational material and advanced digital teaching tools.
- By forming a Private Learning Network, he would get access to an exclusive website that allows for cloud-based resource sharing and messaging between local educators.
- By joining a Professional Learners’ Network, he would get access to teacher training courses, and join regular seminars conducted by teacher training specialists
- By establishing a Personal Learning Network, he would develop links with other local and non-local educators to share ideas and best practices, and to call upon for teaching advice.
- Use Hangouts to video call his students when he needs to talk to them urgently outside of school hours
- Use YouTube to send links to relevant videos to help with their research
- Use Calendar to set up a task calendar for deadlines
- Use instant messaging in Hangouts to send messages directly to students, which can be received on a PC or through a mobile app
- Use Groups to send group messages to all students in his class
- Delete bookmarks that are not urgently required and search for them again when they are needed
- Use the search function in the Chrome Bookmark Manager
- Rename bookmarks so they are labeled clearly
- Create a Doc that lists all favorite websites with links
- Organize bookmarks into themed folders
- Check and change privacy settings on her blog to see if she had shared it with just members of her school or with the public
- Document the user’s details
- Block the person from accessing the blog
- Report the incident to a member of staff if it happens again
- Respond directly to the person and challenge their comments
- Search for the user through other online networks and retaliate there
- Use Google Search to find someone local offering German translation services to help with the email
- Post the message text on Google+ to see if someone can help translate it to German
- Search the Chrome Web Store for the Google Translate extension for Chrome. Use the extension to provide a German version of the text within the email
- Use Gmail to send a message around the school to search for a student who can help translate the email to German
- Google Drive can automatically reformat documents before printing to save on paper
- Google Drive makes files easily accessible from anywhere, so there is less need to print and carry documents into class
- Google Drive can be configured so the printing of files in class is password protected
- All class print requests can be rerouted in Google Drive to the school office
- Files in Google Drive can be shared with a simple link in an email. No need to print a copy for someone in class
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