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Google Apps for Education40 ways to start using Apps in schools

August, 2014

Short link to this presentation:

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Objective

Use this training deck to implement Google Apps in meaningful ways inyour schools.

These tools will help you to increase teacher efficiency, student engagement and school-wide collaboration.

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Some of the core services in Google Apps for Education

GMailKeep everything and find

it fast with search

SitesMake and manage your

own sites

GroupsCreate and workin teams easily

CalendarShare schedules and

calendarsinstantly

DriveCollaborate as

you create

ClassroomSend assignments and

communicate with ease

Talk/HangoutsText chat and group video calling for up to 15 people

New core services from August, 2014: Classroom & Talk/Hangouts

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Slides

Google DriveDocs Sheets

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1. Collaborate on lesson plans

Use Docs to work on thesame lesson plan at thesame time with a colleague.

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2. Keep a running record of meeting notes

Take meeting notes ina Google Doc and sharethe notes with yourentire staff. Staff memberscan access the notes atany time.

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3. Create a shared lesson plan repository

Create a folder for your grade level to share resources. Store your lesson plans in your school's shared folder so that anyone at your school can find and access them.

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4. Improve the writing process

Have students work collaboratively from anywhere.Give students ongoing and simultaneous feedback.Use revision history to hold students accountable for their work.

Case Study: http://goo.gl/So3PJ

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5. Set up a peer review system

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Give students responsibility for providing feedback on other students work. Students can easily tag each other in comments.

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6. Publish student work

Multiple sharing settings allow you to publish student work by sharing it within your class, within your school or district, or by makingit public on the web.

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7. Translate letters home to parents

Translate letters, permission slips, and newsletters home to parents and guardians. Go to Tools > Translate document...

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8. Track student homework

Use Sheets to track student homeworkand share with parents. If you're using onespreadsheet, give each student an anonymous name or number.

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9. Coordinate sign-ups

Have parents sign up for parent-teacher conferences or other meetings usinga spreadsheet. Use revision history to ensure that everyone is using the sheet to schedule fairly.

Click here for another way to schedule conferences

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10. Research while writing a documentHighlight the text you want to research

Navigate to Tools and click Research

Check out the right side-bar for search results

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11. Create amazing presentations

Use Slides to create engaging and dynamic presentations (like this one).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bt9F7tKcZcU

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Google Drive

Go on, try it out

IntermediateAnalyze the revision

history of a document.

BeginnerShare a document with a colleague.

AdvancedCreate a motion chart

in Sheets.

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Google Forms

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Let's try it together

Submit your answers in a form:http://goo.gl/Pz4ET

See the results:http://goo.gl/ELXC1

Who will win next year's World Series?

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12. Administer assessments

Use Google Forms to give your students apre-assessment at the beginning of class. Modify your instruction based on the results. Then give students an "exit ticket" at the endof class to see whatthey learned.

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13. Survey your students' interests

Survey students at the beginning of the year to find out their interests. Change the template to make the form more exciting.

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14. Collect observation feedback

Use Forms on your smartphone or tablet to do teacher or student observations. The datawill automatically populate in a spreadsheet.

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15. Submit reading records online

Encourage students toread by having them complete their reading records electronically.

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16. Keep track of discipline referrals

Keep track of discipline referrals across a school. Recognize discipline patterns and share with key stakeholders.

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17. Automatically grade forms with Flubaroo

Flubaroo is an AppsAdd-On that allows youto automatically grade assessments that havebeen submitted usinga Google Form.www.flubaroo.com

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IntermediateGraph the resultsof the form data.

BeginnerCreate a form and

change the template.

AdvancedCreate a formula in Flubaroo to grade your spelling test.

Google Forms

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Google Calendar

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18. Manage your schedule effectively

Look at your work schedule, personal calendar, and any other relevant calendars in one view. Easily change events.

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19. Share calendars

Share your calendar with colleagues (and overlaytheir shared calendars) to better schedule meetings and events.

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20. Check out shared resources

Schedule shared resources like rooms (libraries, conference rooms) and equipment (projectors, laptop carts) withina Calendar invite.

Resources checked out during this time

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21. Map out the standards you're teaching

Create a backwards mapof the standards you needto teach by the end of the week/semester/year toensure that you've covered them all.

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22. Create appointment slots

Use appointment slots to schedule parent-teacher conferences or guidance counselor sessions.

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23. Teach time management

Teach your students time management by scheduling due dates and review dates.

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IntermediateInvite others to

your event

BeginnerCreate a

calendar event

AdvancedCreate a grade level calendar. Send out a weekly meeting invite and grade level notes

Google Calendar

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Gmail

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24. Communicate in different languages

Use the translate featurein Gmail to communicatewith parents who mightspeak a different language.

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25. Find global pen pals

Give students access topen pals in another state, province, or country.With Google Translateit's OK if they don't speakthe same language!

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26. Enable labs to increase productivity

Labs is a testing ground for experimental features that aren't quite ready for primetime. Some of them may be useful to you, so take the time to explore.

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Gmail

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IntermediateEnable 3 new labs.

BeginnerCompose and senda new message to

a colleague.

AdvancedFind a class in

another state or country and set up a

global pen pal system.

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Google Groups

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27. Create groups for your classes or staff

Create online and email-based groups for your students and staff. Groups encourage discussionamong peers and can be used to share resources and materials.

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28. Share docs and calendars with specific groups

You can give access to documents and calendars based on the groups you create. Create classroom placement groups to better distribute differentiated materials and resources.

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29. Create parent support groups

Create groups for parents so that they can easily communicate with each other and share newsand updates.

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