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Google Forms - Google Drive's Hidden Gem

Google Forms - Google Drive's Hidden Gem

Connexion à Google Apps Éducation CSSMÎ Le personnel de la CSSMÎ peut faire une demande pour faire l’expérimentation de cet environnement. Les élèves de 13 ans et plus pourrait également y accéder dans le cadre d’un projet pédagogique supervisé par un enseignant. Pour soumettre une demande, il s’agit simplement de remplir ce formulaire également disponible en tapant l’adresse suivante: lien.cssmi.qc.ca/google . Si votre compte a été activé, voici la démarche pour vous connecter. 1. 2. 3. 4. Le tour est joué! Pour les ressources en lien avec ces outils, consulter l’article Google Apps Éducation. Bonnes découvertes! Équipe APOGoogle APO – CSSMI GooglEdu! 10 Ways to Leverage Google Apps for Education in your School Setting up a Google+ Profile Google Hangouts Help: Google Docs & Assessment - Using Google forms and conditional formatting to do daily exit tickets or assessments Google Docs & Word Sorts - Using Google Docs to do Words Their Way Word Sorts Google Docs & Grading - Using the Flubaroo Script to grade assessments Creating a Class Page - Screencasts on how to create a Google Site for your Class! Google Scripts in the Classroom - Google Hangout discussion and demonstrating 4 great Google Scripts for your Classroom - Tutorials, images and how-tos on great Google Scripts to automate your life! - Screencasts on how to use various Google Apps in school (with kids and on your own!)

Better GAFE Than Sorry: 10 quick ways to leverage Google Apps for Education in your School So many districts I talk to these days have moved to Google Apps for Education (GAFE). However many of these schools often don't fully realize the gold mine of resources that have been opened up to them! Here is a quick list of ways to leverage Google Apps in your classroom / school. GAFE in the classroom (1) Google Forms for Assessment Create Google Forms for your Exit Tickets, pre-assessments or even summative assessments. Use conditional formatting to help you grade it quickly with colors, or the script Flubaroo to auto-grade your entire spreadsheet of form results. (2) Google Drive for Collaboration Have your kids work collaboratively on a project with a shared Google Presentation or partner write with a shared Google Doc. (3) Doctopus Google Script for student workflow When sharing these documents save yourself a lot of time and hassle by using the Doctopus script to make copies of these files and share them out with your students seamlessly. (8) Google Hangouts for Meetings

Google Classroom: Updated Group Docs Maker - Teacher Tech If you are having students do work in small groups the activity may require a collaborative document for the students to work on. Manually creating documents for each group can be challenging. alicekeeler.com/groupdocs To make the process of assigning students to groups and getting them going on editing the group’s template easier I coded an Add-on script: Group Docs Maker. Steps Create a copy of the Group Docs Maker template above (it’s a spreadsheet).Copy roster from Google Classroom.Paste roster into the Group Docs Maker spreadsheet.Optionally, set a code to designate which group each student is in.Use the Add-on menu and choose “Group Maker.”In the sidebar menu are 2 buttons. Using the Group Docs Maker you do NOT need to individually attach the students’ group documents. Updates If you’ve used Group Docs Maker in the past, I have made some updates to the Add-on script. Instead of asking for “Name” it allows you to enter First and Last name. Directions

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