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Google offers a spreadsheet as part of its office tool suite. A spreadsheet helps you organize data in columns and rows and can generate graphs using the data. Google Spreadsheet has the added features of being stored online to allow access from any online computer. Collecting data from multiples users has always been quite the challenge.
Welcome to the ISB Google Apps Ninja Training Center here you will find all the materials you need to become an ISB Google Apps Ninja Master. There are 5 essential ninja apps categories you must master to become a true Apps Master Ninja. Become a Ninja Apps master in all 5 areas and be earn your Ninja Apps Master T-shirt, stickers, and other fee goodies as well as get private ninja invites to try out the latest technology at ISB before it becomes available to other students. To become a Ninja master in each area you must complete all of the ninja exames for each ninja colored belt with an 80% or better accuracy. White Belt: Must get at least 8/10 on the white belt test Green Belt: Must get at least 80% on the white belt test and 8/10 on the green belt test
This site is designed to help you learn about Google Apps for Education (GAFE) and other technological tools that Google (and others) have created. This is an ever-changing world, so I will do my best to keep this site up to date! -G About Mr. Bundy Mr.
from Lisa Nielesen (GCT) Read the Quick Start Guide The Education Edition is engineered to help schools organize the wealth of knowledge that lives inside schools. This guide will assist a full-scale deployment of Google Apps. View Tutorials & Tips View videos and tutorials on how you can use Google Apps at your school and in the classroom.
Instructions how to use internal, external and on mobile devices. Introduction to Google Mail (G-mail) This Module covers the how to use mail on your school Apps domain. Google Calendar This module will go through all the elements of Google Calendar.
I am a huge proponent and user of Google tools, both for myself and in my classroom. Here are some great resources for educators who want to learn more about using Google's many tools in their classroom. Last week, Kathy Schrock posted a great interactive image of Google tools listed by Bloom's taxonomy levels.
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Many schools have hesitated to adopt Google Apps for their students, citing security and privacy concerns. Gmail, as the core of Google Apps, is a tool that, by it's nature, allows relatively unfettered access to anyone in the world with an email address. Although extensive spam filtering, virus protection, and blacklisting are available through Postini, for some schools and organizations, the risk of inappropriate or dangerous use of email was a significant reason not to use Google Apps. Today, however, Google announced that it has provided Google Apps administrators with the ability to limit groups of users to internal contact only via email. According to a post on the Google Enterprise blog , Today, Google Apps administrators can create policies specifying who their users can communicate with over email, and administrators can tailor these policies for different groups of users.
To qualify for free Google Apps for Education, we require that organizations meet either of the following criteria: K-12 or higher educational institution, non-profit, accredited by a generally accepted accreditation body U.S. non-profit organization with current 501(c)(3) status and fewer than 3,000 users. Note: U.S. non-profit organizations with more than 3,000 users qualify for Google Apps for Business at a 40% discount - sign up here .
It's Google's world, we're just teaching in it. Now, we can use it a little more easily. With classes, homework, and projects–not to mention your social life–time is truly at a premium for all teachers, so why not take advantage of the wide world that Google has to offer?