Ian Davey from Ogden School District teaches C-Forum how to use Google files with Canvas. He shares some best practices that might help your teachers make the process simple and efficient and what he has learned when submitting Google files through Canvas with Google Assignments.
Myles Petersen and Katie Berns from Nebo School District teach C-Forum about providing math instruction using Google Slides and Jamboard
In this step-by-step tutorial, instructor Val shows you how to embed Google Docs into Canvas. Then, she shares some tips to help you ensure your students get the best experience navigating embedded content in Canvas.
In this activity students will collaborate as a team to build a virtual commnuity garden on Google Jamboard. Individually students will need to demonstrate how area and perimeter are caculated after making a model of a garden plot using square units.
This lesson plan is designed to be used as an asynchronous lesson, which can be completed either vihttps://sites.google.com/view/msparkerlearninghub/homerutally or face-to-face. It will take about 6-8, 30-minute sessions to complete. Resources for this lesson are found at https://sites.google.com/view/msparkerlearninghub/home
This is a lesson plan created to help students in 6th grade cement their understanding of the digital citizenship they have learned in their years of elementary school. This will be done as a collaborative group project. Students will revieiw the ISTE Digital Citizen standards, create Interland-style questions that relate to this standard (geared toward a 4th grade audience), create a question slide and an answer slide, and then create an internaut-style character to use on their slides.
This lesson is on a Fantasy Vacation. It utilizes Google Earth. This assignment allows student flexibility to learn about a new location of their choice, conduct some basic research and provide information on what they learned after they explore pre-selected locations. This lesson is designed for students to work individually, however, depending on the need of your students, you could assign this assignment to a pair of students or a group.
The is a google sites learning hub all about force and motion. There are different activities that cover what force is, pushing and pulling, and simple machines. There is also a fun activity to learn about some famous scientist (some of whom contributed to the knowledge we have of force). Activities included use google earth, google forms, google slides, and other google tools.
This resource is for teachers to aid students through the expeditionary and inquiry-based learning process of Genius Hour. Genius Hour is a passion project students can participate in using 20% of class time every week (about 1 hour). They will learn how to ask good questions around a topic they're interested in, conduct research, and ultimately produce and present evidence from their findings.Time frame: 1 hour per week every term (About 10 hours)Format: asynchronous, virtual, or in class with groups
Is staying organized on your new year's resolutions? Become a Google Calendar expert with these helpful tips and tricks so you can manage your schedule effectively this school year.
Get Googley with UEN! This new series teaches you how to use Google products and features in your classroom successfully. In this first episode, host Matt Winters shares his tips and tricks for using Google shortcuts in your everyday teaching.
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There are many ways to utilize the Google search engine and Google apps to access augmented and virtual reality media. This page describes these tools, including Google Lens, AR in Google Search, Live View in Google Maps, and AR Core.
This is a Wakelet collection of Google tools for personalized learning and creativity.