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Handy Google Drive Tip for Teachers- Moving Docs to Multiple Folders

Handy Google Drive Tip for Teachers- Moving Docs to Multiple Folders
July 25, 2014 Here is an excellent Google Drive tip I learned today from Shake Up Learning. As much as I love Google Drive and spend so much time discovering its hidden tricks and features I must say that this new tip has completely taken me by surprise and I am not sure how I missed it. This new tip allows you to move Google Drive files, documents, presentations and spreadsheets into multiple folders. For instance, you have tow folders for two separate classes and you want to share a document you have written with both classes. This is how to do it: Open the document you want to share and then click on the folder icon. Alternatively, you don't have to open the document to do this. Now if you want to add the document to a single folder you can simply select the name of the folder and click add to but if you want to add it to multiple folders, hold the control key (Windows) or the command key (Mac) as you click to select multiple folders. Related:  strumenti 2.0Google Life

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Google Drive (put a file into different folders) 10 ways I use Google Forms in my tablet classroom Image courtesy of TBR Mohamed El-Ashiry takes a look at ways of using Google Forms in the classroom. I am one of Google Forms‘ biggest fans! I have many reasons to love the service, and I use it in many different ways. While there have been many other advantages, the biggest advantage of using Google Forms in my classroom is being able to give students immediate feedback. I often connect my tablet to the projector, and hide the column displaying the names of students submitting their responses (whether they are responding to a test, or self-assessment or peer-assessment, etc.). In my classroom, students have had tablets (iPads) for two years now. 1. Student self-assessment is a very powerful tool in any classroom. 2. Peer-assessment also plays a critical role in any classroom. 3. In my classes, whenever I assign the students a major assessment task, I show them them the rubric that will be used to assess their work. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Like this: Like Loading... Author: MrMo

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A Good Tool to Annotate and Create Interactive Videos for Your Class July 23, 2014 ThingLink is one of my favourite web tools for creating interactive images.If you have never used ThingLink before then here is a step by step guide I posted earlier to outlining the entire procedure to create your first interactive visual that can embed videos, maps, text and links. ThingLink has also released a new feature called ThingLink for Video. This new feature is still in beta phase but you can request an early access to try it. 11 Things You Need to Know About the Redesigned Google Drive Google Drive, once again, has a brand-new look and there are a lot of changes to absorb. While many changes were design and user-experience improvements, Google also added some new functions. Check out the video below for our quick walkthrough, along with a list of some of our favorite changes! 1. The most noticeable change to Drive is on the homepage, where Google has incorporated their new material design along with speed improvements. 2. The ‘Create Menu’ has been replaced with the much more streamlined ‘New’ button. 3. If you’re having trouble finding your offline Google Drive files, that is because offline sync is automatically set up. 4. The ‘Shared with me’ menu has been renamed ‘Incoming.’ 5. To mark an important file, you now have to right-click on it and select Add Star. 6. The option to add a file to your Drive has been moved from the top of the page to the actual file. 7. 8. 9. The new Office Compatibility Mode to edit Office files in Drive has become more integrated. 10.

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Two Great Tools to Create Image Based Quizzes May , 2014 Quizzes can take different format and while the traditional way of delivering quizzes was textually based, now web 2.0 technologies allow us to create quizzes that embed multimedia elements such as images and videos and not only text. In a previous post I shared here in EdTech and Mlearning, I featured a slew of useful web applications that teachers can use to create video based quizzes. Today, I am sharing with you two important tools to create quizzes around images. 1- ImageQuiz ImageQuiz is a handy web tool that allows you to create quizzes around images. You can upload and use your own images or use the ones hosted online.Each quiz you create will prompt people who take your quiz to look for answers using parts of the image. 2- Google Forms Image Based Quizzes Another great way to create quizzes around images is through the use of Google Forms. There are three ways you can embed an image in your Google form:

A sneak peek at the new Google Classroom Education There’s a whole new classroom management tool on the block and it’s designed to streamline the tools you’re already using. It’s called ‘Classroom’ and it’s by the education team over at Google. They’ve basically made it quicker and easier to use their current apps in one cohesive online environment. Essentially, Google Classroom lets you create an online, well, classroom that enables you to post on a ‘stream’ (just like on Facebook) and share assignments (via Google Drive and simple uploading) with a group of students. Want to request an invite?

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Directing Someone to a Specific Spot in your Google Doc As I am working on a 20 page paper for my doctoral homework, I am wondering about the proper citation in my bibliography. If I provide the link to the Google Doc to a peer and ask them to check it, it would be challenging for them to find that one spot I am talking about. What I want to do is link my peer to the exact spot where the formatting is in question. Place your cursor at the beginning of the line where you want to direct a person’s attention to. Under the insert menu, choose to insert a bookmark. Hover over top of the blue bookmark that was created. If you are using Google Chrome the menu option says to “Copy Link Address.” This link will jump someone to the exact spot in the document where the bookmark is. Like this: Like Loading...

20 Google tools teachers should try (and how to use them in classrooms) There’s a reason teachers like Google tools. They’re free, easy to use, and you already have an account on basically all of them. Add in the fact that Google is making a huge push into the world of teacher tools and you quickly realize it’s a good time to be a teacher. There are a ton of Google tools that you should try out. But not all of them are relevant to your classroom. What’s a teacher to do? See Also: 6 little-known Google tools you should try today First, check out the graphic we worked hard on making for you. Google Tools Teachers Should Try (And How To Use Them In Classrooms) Scroll the whole way down this VERY long visual for links and more! Links And Other Information Privacy and Security Tools Ensure your students’ (and your!) Google Drive Take your classroom paperless, collaborate, and share easily with this one stop for all of your documents. Docs/Sheets/Slides Easy to use word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation tools for classroom work and professional development. Forms

Three Ways to Create Mapped Timeline Stories Earlier this week I received an email from a reader who was searching for a good way to have students create mapped timelines. The idea is to have students be able to create timelines whose events are directly matched to locations on maps. Doing this is a good way for students to see correlations between locations and events. MapStory is a free tool for creating mapped displays of data sets. ChronoZoom allows students and teachers to create their own mapped timelines. The Google Earth Tour Builder allows students to create Google Earth tours in their web browsers. Great Classroom Specific Chrome Extensions This post comes from the inspiration and some actual wording used by Beth Holland in her original post on Edudemic and Tracy Sockalosky What are Chrome Extensions? Chrome Extensions are tools that live inside of your Chrome Browser and provide additional functionality by connecting to other web utilities. As illustrated in the image below, these extensions can be accessed by clicking on icons near your address bar – similar to clicking on a bookmark. Top Google Chrome Extensions for Student Learning NEW Ad Blocker Plus – takes out the annoying adds before a video starts…Yes you read that right. Goo.gl URL Shortner – This url shortener is an extension which allows you to shorten the current website URL with the Google URL Shortener right on the spot. Clip to Evernote - Use Evernote to save your ideas, experiences and inspirations, then easily access them all at any time from anywhere. Pronunciation Tools – Best free online chrome app for word pronunciation.

10 Important Google URLs That Every Google User Should Know Which websites and apps have background access to my Google account? What does Google know about me? Where can I see all the ads that I’ve clicked on Google search? What does Google know about the places I’ve visited recently? Here are some of the most important links that every Google user should know about. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Bonus: For Google Apps Administrators This is important but undocumented URL for Google Apps users.

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