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Vicki Davis

Integration Focus: EDU Sunset - 1 views

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    If you've integrated sliderocket (now becoming ClearSlide) into Google Google for edu, you'll no longer have Google integration or free accounts past the end of the year. Sliderocket was acquired by clear slide. "Thank you to everyone who has inquired about SlideRocket's free educational initiative through Google Google. As the integration of SlideRocket into ClearSlide has progressed, it has become apparent that a shift in our approach toward educational accounts is necessary and appropriate. Specifically, due to both technical and practical reasons, we will no longer be integrating with Google Google or offering free educational accounts beyond the end of the year."
Vicki Davis

40 Ways to Use Google Google in the Classroom - Google Drive - 34 views

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    A slick presentation about Google Google for education. Becky Evans created and shared this and says you can use it as a presentation to introduce current features to teachers at your school. Take a look as you prepare to give teachers an overview of Google Google for Education.
Vicki Davis

Docs Blog: Find facts and do research inside Google Documents - 8 views

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    If you want students to draft work in Google Docs, you have to teach them about the Research pane. It lets you search for the appropriate license (click the down arrow) and set the citation method. You can insert photos, search Google Scholar and a dictionary, your own files, and even the web. When you mouse over the item, you have the option to cite the source or insert a link. Very cool and handy for writers. This is an older feature that hasn't gotten the press it deserves in classrooms. If you have Google Google for education this is a BIG DEAL because it simplifies finding pictures and does many other things that online citation generators do all within Google Docs.
Vicki Davis

Google Google Consent Form - PASCO - 2 views

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    Here's a google google consent form for another district. It also references the Network Access Agreement (We call ours an AUP - or acceptable use form) which is an important practice that ensures students know they must use the network in accordance with guidelines already given.
Vicki Davis

Google Google for Students - 5 views

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    Another website example of disclosures about the use of Google Google from a district in Oregon. This also references their Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) and frequently asked questions about Google Google, another good thing to include.
Vicki Davis

Make Your Images Interactive - ThingLink - 5 views

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    Thinklink has made some upgrades for teachers. There is an improved student sign up, the ability to organize students by class. You can create image "channels" and interactive albums and you can have a more safe way to find images and use them. I recorded a session on my podcast this week about UDL and Beth Ritter-Guth highly recommends Thinglink to use with students.
Vicki Davis

Technology Permission form for Catholic School system - 0 views

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    This permission form is comprehensive and includes permission for online presentations in Blackboard Collaborate, blogging, wikis, google google, podcasts, videos, social bookmarking and RSS as well as images. It is very comprehensive and useful. Again, I'm not a lawyer, but of the forms I've seen, I think this one is comprehensive.
Vicki Davis

Bulletin Board: goole docs | Glogster EDU - 21st century multimedia tool for educators, teachers and students - 13 views

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    Here's the official bulletin board with the clickable links for the Google Docs for Education ideas. It was created in Glogster which is a powerful way for students to be able to share and create clickable graphics. Try out this tool, it is a great way to create an efolio and organize graphically.
Brendan Murphy

There's no app for good teaching | ideas.ted.com - 6 views

  • Pedagogy and content, Mishra says, can’t be considered independently of each other;
  • using technology as a starting point, a way to introduce new experiences and modes of expressions.
  • Feedback, particularly how often and how it is given, is “massively underappreciated,” says Neil Heffernan,
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  • encourage risk and confusion
  • “Kids are resistant to having their fun space colonized by adults.” Rather, she suggests, look to “connect with kids’ interest-driven practices through sites and educational technology that are authentically tied to classroom learning.”
  •  help students see the relevance
  • They learn to teach well by co-teaching with another teacher and then adding to or sharing the lesson.”
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