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Using Google Tools in Project-Based Learning Infographic

Using Google Tools in Project-Based Learning Infographic
Teacher Infographics Using Google Tools in Project-Based Learning Infographic Using Google Tools in Project-Based Learning Infographic Project-based learning is a dynamic approach in which students actively explore real-world problems and challenges and acquire a deeper knowledge. Project-based learning should be student-driven, with a real-world connection. It should be core to learning, include structured collaboration, and have a multifaceted assessment. Many of the digital tools used in classrooms are made especially for education. Inquiry Tools Once you’ve decided what the students will be focusing on, they’ll need more information on the topic. Communication and Collaboration Tools As a part of their work, students will likely need to connect with others – with collaborators in the classroom and with folks around the globe that can help them learn about what they need to know. Expression Tools An integral part of project-based learning is students having a voice in their work.

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5 Apps for Creating Digital Portfolios on iPads As the end of the school year nears you may find yourself asking students to create collections of examples of their best work of the year. There are a lot of ways that your students could go about accomplishing that task. Here are five free apps that can be used for the purpose of creating a digital portfolio. Seesaw is a free iPad app through which students can create a portfolio to document the things they have learned.

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Do more with your data Posted by Dan Gundrum, Product Manager (Cross-posted on the Google Docs blog.) When you’re working with spreadsheets, it’s important to turn your raw data into a story. With today’s updates to Google Sheets on the web, you’ll find even more ways to visualize and analyze your data. Customized charts, made easier Charts can make even the largest data sets digestible, so we’ve made a few improvements to help you highlight what’s most important. Starting today, you can add data labels to display the exact value of bars or points.

Workshop Bratislava Rooms with a view Home Workshop Bratislava Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Here Is A Very Good Tool for Writing Interactive Stories in Class November 1, 2015 Inklewriter is a great free tool to use with students to write interactive stories. It provides a distraction-free and innovative environment where students can actively engage with their creative writing. Inklewriter allows students to branch their story with choices and then link them back again. It monitors every step in students writing process, what parts they have finished and which still need to be written. Interactive stories created in Inklewriter can be easily published on the web or social media platforms giving student writers access to a wider readership.

Google Classroom Access across a range of devices Everything you need to know Email notifications so your students never miss a post Get an overview on the status of all your assignments across all classes in one place Takes the hassle out of sharing files and folders with your students Set assignments Students can join classes easily by entering a unique code Manage assignment hand in Provide students with both formative and summative assignment feedback Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 10 New Educational Web Tools for Teachers May 11, 2015 Our round-up list today features some interesting new educational web tools we have curated in the last couple of weeks. These tools have been emailed to us for separate reviews but we thought it would be best to feature them all in one list. As is the case with all of our Educational Web Tools series, we only include the ones that we think will be an added value to your EdTech toolkit. If you have other suggestions to add to the list, share them with us for review. Enjoy 1- LiquidText

10 Amazing Free Online Creativity Tools for Students It’s always a treat when a student can express themselves creatively in a way they’re never tried before. With a tool they may not have used before, you can add discovery learning into the mix. The online creativity tools you’ve got here are great little resources that will develop creativity in all sorts of ways. Using these online creativity tools, students can add artistic personal touches to their work in many ways. They can: build fontsmake themselves into a robot or a Picasso paintingpaint graffiti (without damaging public property)draw with fire (again, without damaging public property)turn pictures into words and textures

GAFE Mash This is Step One of your Google journey...understanding the function of GAFE (Google Apps for Education). However, we hope that you will also understand how to problem solve when you run into obstacles using technology in your work environment after today. By modeling our workshop approach after the same scaffolded, problem-based teaching methods that you will use in your own learning environment, we hope to mirror what you will experience when helping students learn to use educational technologies. We won’t be able to teach all aspects of GAFE, but we will teach you how to find the answers when you have questions, create products, and showcase learning, and that will make Google an irreplaceable part of your professional life. Learn effectiveways to integrate Google Apps for Education into your classroom. This session will focus on building student-led “expert” groups to support learning objectives and ways you can “GAFE Mash” by combining services to make stunning products.

Webtools: No Registration Needed for Students Image courtesy of OZinOH Welcome to my list of webtools that don’t require student registration. This started off as a simple curation for myself and has ballooned into something that I never thought would get this big. And it is still growing. I started added comments to each link, but that is taking a long time to complete. 54 Flipped Classroom Tools For Teachers And Students - 54 Flipped Classroom Tools For Teachers And Students by TeachThought Staff The flipped classroom has continued to enjoy momentum years after its introduction, speaking to its flexible nature, and to the need for a real change in thinking in how we think of time and space in education.