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Jennifer Dimmick

Create a Unique Google Forms URL for Each Student | Teacher Tech - 18 views

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    Allows you to pre-fill data in a google form by referencing data from another spreadsheet. Can customize individual forms for different people with pre-filled info. (e.g., have name and ID information unique to each person filling out a form already pre-filled in for them. Each person gets a unique form URL to complete
Cathy Oxley

Google - Cardboard Expeditions let teachers take classes on field trips | VentureBeat |... - 14 views

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    Hundreds of Cardboard apps are available now in the Google Play Store.
Martha Hickson

12 Google Search Tricks You Probably Didn't Know | The Gooru - 25 views

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    Deciding between two similar items for your next purchase? Easily compare them by putting vs between two search terms. For instance, "f16 vs f/a-18".

    Ask Google to "Flip a coin" and watch as a virtual coin appears in your search results and gets flipped!
Cathy Oxley

Google Computer Science for High School - 31 views

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    "Find lessons, tutorials, and activities for K-12 computer science education "
jenibo

7 Indispensable Google Scholar Search Tips Teachers Should Know about ~ Educational Tec... - 45 views

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    Google Scholar is definitely one of the best academic search engines out there.  The search part which I am sharing with you today is only a small part of what you really can do with Google scholar. There are actually several other features that are indispensable for academics and student researchers. Staring from today, I will be sharing with you some of the tips and ideas on how to unravel the hidden mysteries of Google scholar and tap into its full educational potential.
Martha Hickson

Librarydoor: Googling is NOT College and Career Readiness - 39 views

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    ·   We are living in an Age of Misinformation - not the information age. - Students need to learn how to access information as well as synthesize it to draw conclusions.  This is college and career readiness.  Not, finding information on Google or mere vetted websites and jotting those notes into a pro-forma document or virtual index cards.  
jenibo

Critical Search Skills Students Should Know - Edudemic - Edudemic - 48 views

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    Overview of search skills with links to Google News Tutorial and a TED talk on the consequences of CustomSearchResults.
Sally Dooley

Google Analytics In Real Life - Online Checkout - YouTube - 9 views

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    Google's sale pitch for analytics.
Sally Dooley

Ads Settings - 19 views

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    Reveals who Google thinks you are when it targets ads. Shared in a course on Google and the media out of Northwestern, Professor Youngman.
jenibo

Looking For Real-World Math Problems? Try Google Earth! | MindShift - 9 views

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    "One of the most common questions math teachers hear from their students is, "why does this matter?" They are constantly trying to convince students that math is useful and could help them in their everyday lives. But it can be a tough sell. Word problems alone often feel contrived and students see right through them.

    Thomas Petra has taught math at every level for more than 20 years and encountered dubious students at every grade level. That's why he developed Real World Math, a free website with lessons based on Google Earth aimed at grades 5 - 10. "I was trying to show them actual applications of the math ideas that they see in the textbook," Petra said."
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