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Google Classroom - Les devoirs (3)

Google Classroom - Les devoirs (3)
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100 Ways To Use Google Drive In The Classroom 100 Ways To Use Google Drive In The Classroom by onlineuniversities.com Students and educators have a wealth of learning and productivity tools available to them online. Google offers some of the highest-quality resources on the web to meet all your study and teaching needs, and all you need to access them is an internet connection. The Google Docs collection provides a streamlined, collaborative solution to writing papers, organizing presentations and putting together spreadsheets and reports. Ed note: This is an older post, so some of these features or links may be out of date. Keyboard Shortcuts Navigate your documents and screen a lot faster when you use these keyboard shortcuts for formatting and more. Productivity Hacks These hacks will make your Google Docs experience even more efficient and streamlined. Features & Tools Make use of features and tools like Docs Translation or CSS Editing to customize your docs and make them work for you. Collaboration Files, Folders and Filters Organization

Attaching Google Forms for Students I’ve said many times that Google Forms is the greatest thing since sliced bread. If you are not using Google Forms, check out my directions for using Google Forms for Formative Assessment. The best way to distribute a Google Form to your students is through Google Classroom. Here is how to do that. Go to and create a Form using the “New” button. Do NOT share the /edit URL with the students. You want students to fill out the live view of the Form. When looking at the live view of the Form you will want to copy the URL. Notice that the end of the URL says /viewform. While you made the Google Form in Google Drive, do NOT attach the Form from the Google Drive icon in Classroom. If you try to attach the Google Form using the Google Drive icon you will get an error message: “Oops! Click on the link icon when creating an assignment or announcement in Google Classroom. The Google Forms data goes into a Google Sheets spreadsheet. Click on the black button. Like this:

Google Classroom : le guide complet ! | Le blog de Thierry VANOFFE : Coach Google Apps Classroom, la nouvelle application de Google Apps Education permet aux enseignants de communiquer, de mettre à disposition des supports de cours et de récupérer les devoirs par voie électronique. Classroom est accessible à toute personne utilisant Google Apps for Education, suite gratuite d’outils d’aide à la productivité qui comprend Gmail, Docs, Drive, Groups et Site Classroom permet aux enseignants de communiquer, de mettre à disposition des supports de cours et de récupérer les devoirs par voie électronique. Les élèves font le suivi des dates de remise sur la page « Devoirs » et peuvent commencer à travailler en un seul clic. Pour consulter le guide complet et interactif, c’est par ici. Visionnez le Hangout On Air du 28/08/2014 animé par Thierry VANOFFE : Sur le même thème Google Classroom fait sa rentrée La rentrée pointe le bout de son nez et Google améliore son outil Classroom pour le monde de l'éducation (GAFE). 22 août 2016 Dans "ALL" Google Formulaire offre des quizz autocorrigés.

Logiciels Open Source pour enseigner Une sélection de logiciels libres gratuits pour faciliter la gestion de la classe et optimiser la production de supports pédagogiques et d’exercices. Réalisée avec l’association APRIL. Cette Fiche pédagogique, initialement publiée en 2011, a été mise à jour le 15 octobre 2014 avec l’aide de l’association APRIL, engagée dans la démocratisation du logiciel libre et des standards ouverts. Quels sont les avantages des logiciels libres ? Les logiciels libres sont des programmes pouvant être modifiés ou améliorés par n’importe quel utilisateur. Contrairement à d’autres logiciels dits « privateurs », la licence d’un logiciel libre garantit plusieurs libertés : la liberté d’utiliser le logiciel, pour quelque usage que ce soit : vous avez le droit de l’utiliser dans un milieu professionnel (la classe) en situation d’usage sur plusieurs ordinateurs sans vous préoccuper des « licences » à acquérir ou débloquer.la liberté d’étudier le fonctionnement du programme et de l’adapter à vos propres besoins.

How I Used Google Classroom Differently This Year It was a lot to manage student work on Google Drive before Classroom. I did it because I believed in the power of what collaborative online word processing could do for the learning process. The feedback that I could give was so much more efficient and thorough using Google Docs. But it certainly took patience and hard work to teach students how to share in folders. The following year, Google Classroom was released and my workload lost a heavy weight. Although I had a lot to learn about what would work and what would not, Classroom allowed me to communicate and push materials to kids more efficiently than any other platform, including Edmodo and Moodle. This year has been different. Here are some of the things I've done differently this year. 1. The stream can become cluttered rather quickly. Honestly, one post per week helps me access it quickly, too. 2. The co-teaching option was a feature that I would have loved last year – better late than never. 3. Exit tickets. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Creating Passwords: Suggested Formula “The answer is always a spreadsheet” I’ve been asked how to generate passwords for students. Concatenate is the right way to go. Here are a few spreadsheet formulas to help you to generate passwords. The ampersand allows you to concatenate (smash together) values. For example =A2&B2 will smash together the contents of cell A2 with B2. =LEFT(cell, number of characters) will return the set number of characters from the left side of the text string. =RIGHT(cell, number of characters) will return the set number of characters from the right side of the text string. =MID(cell, starting character position, number of characters) will return a set of characters from the middle of the text string. =RANDBETWEEN(min value, max value) will generate a random number between two values. =LOWER(cell) will change all of the characters to lower case. Here is the recent request: “First initial from first name column, last name, last four digits from a seven digit ID # column” Formula

Expérimentation Google Classroom – Communauté – Google+ La pédagogie inversée : bouleversons nos manières d'enseigner !LeWebPédagogique La pédagogie inversée ou classe inversée qu’est ce que c’est? Fini le cours magistral ! La pédagogie inversée laisse l’élève préparer le cours à la maison à l’aide de vidéos, de podcasts, de lectures conseillées par le maître. La séance en classe est alors un grand brainstorming de ce qui a été construit ou pour le moins étudié. On travaille en groupe, on bâtit un projet, on s’entraîne autour de tâches complexes. Un immense bouleversement des pratiques enseignantes. Pourquoi la pédagogie inversée est-elle un GRAND bouleversement ? La pédagogie inversée chamboule les rôles traditionnels à l’école. En effet dans la pédagogie inversée ou classe inversée (« flip classroom » en anglais) la notion est d’abord étudiée seul par l’élève. Il y a donc d’abord transfert de l’information: l’enseignant communique le savoir ensuite l’élève doit être capable de l’assimiler et de le réinvestir ! 2. 3. Je vous invite à consulter ses sources, articles, vidéos et pratiques enseignantes Monsieur Mathieu

Google Classroom: Make EVERYTHING an Assignment - Teacher Tech I pretty much NEVER use the “Announcement” feature in Google Classroom. I use “Assignment” for everything. Private Comment There are several ways you can use Google Classroom to make learning better. It is of course how you use it that makes learning better, not just that you use Google Classroom. What is amazing about Google Classroom, in my opinion, is the “private comment” spot for each assignment. Locate the private comments by clicking on the assignment title in the Stream. Conversations Private comments allow students and teachers to have conversations around their learning. Asking Questions Announcements in Google Classroom do not allow for a private comment option. Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2016

5 Things You May Not Know About Google Classroom Google Classroom solves so many challenges when using digital tools with students. Here are 5 things you may not know about using Google Classroom. Be aware that how Google Classroom looks to you is different than how it looks to the students. Any Google Doc you attach as “Make a copy for each student” will not show in the student stream. When searching for Google Docs to attach to an assignment or announcement you can filter your search by folder. When attaching a file as “Make a copy for each student” and you click “Assign” you can no longer edit the attachment. You can also not add other classes after you have saved the lesson set. For my class I have a list of assignments for students to check off throughout the semester. When a copy of a document is made for a student the student is the owner of the document. When students “Turn In” an assignment via Google Classroom they are not able to edit the document until you return it. Continue Editing Click Here for screenshots and examples

Google Scholar La classe inversée: Définition et réflexions | La pédagogie pour tous! On parle beaucoup ces jours-ci sur le web du concept de classe inversée. Mais qu’est-ce que la classe inversée? C’est une approche qui a pour but d’inverser les rôles traditionnels d’apprentissage. Son fonctionnement est celui-ci: l’élève a comme devoir à la maison de regarder les explications de l’activité que l’enseignant a enregistrées préalablement en format vidéo. Je trouve que ce concept est intéressant puisqu’il permet de placer les enfants dans une posture active dans leur apprentissage plutôt que d’être «coincés» dans une posture passive à écouter les explications de l’enseignant pendant une bonne partie de la période. Cependant, je me questionne sur la faisabilité de cette approche dans mon école multiethnique en milieu allophone défavorisé. Avez-vous expérimenté ce concept? Voici un très beau site qui fait la promotion de la classe inversée: www.sesamath.net Aimer : J’aime chargement…

23 Awesome Apps that Integrate with Google Classroom | Shake Up Learning Save Pinterest Google Classroom Apps! Did you know that Google Classroom plays well with others? Yep! Google is known for making their applications open to working with third-party applications, and Google Classroom is no exception. Ready to find apps that make Google Classroom even better? How to Use These Applications with Google Classroom Most of the applications below connect to Google Classroom through a “share button.” To use the application with Google Classroom, Create an account within the application or website.Locate or create the activity or resources within the application or website.Use the “Share to Classroom” option within the chosen application. Note: This list is not exhaustive, nor does it include applications that sync with Google Classroom in other ways. Credit: Google for Education Blog 35 Awesome Applications that Integrate with Google Classroom 1. (programs and educational resources) 2. cK-12 3. (learning management system) 4. (presentation tool) 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Make a Copy for Each Student Google Classroom gives you 3 ways to attach documents in an assignment. Students can view fileStudents can edit fileCreate a copy for each student When using Google Classroom as a replacement for the Xerox machine, realize that it functions a lot like the Xerox machine. Choosing “Create a copy for each student” creates a copy of YOUR original at the moment you attach it in Google Classroom. Google Classroom does not create a copy of the teachers document until the student clicks on the OPEN button and opens the document. In Google Drive there is a folder that says “Classroom.” Here is my tip: You can edit! When you attach a document into an assignment in Google Classroom a COPY of your original is created and placed in the “Templates – DO NOT EDIT” folder. As ominous as the capital letters are screaming at you NOT to edit, you can of course edit. Any edits you make to the document in “Templates – DO NOT EDIT” will only take effect for students who have NOT accessed the assignment already.

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