Google Teacher Tribe Podcast

Your G Suite Helpline - GTT046

March 11, 201837 min
Google News and Updates Bringing online safety education programs to UK schools Providing more comprehensive results to your questions in Search Capture more of your favorite moments with Google Clips and StoryWeaver feed a hunger for reading Featured Content The Guide to Keeping Up with Google Part 1 – The #Google Hashtag Dictionary Part 2 – Twitter Part 3 – Who & What to Follow on Google+ Part 4 – Google+ Communities Google Educator Groups Part 5: Blogs Keeping Up with Google: The One Blog to Rule Them All! The Keyword Blog G Suite Updates Blog @GSuiteEDUHelp Twitter account Google for Education EDU in 90 YouTube channel Google for Education Facebook page Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag Kathleen Mathis (Annandale, Virginia) shared, I wanted to offer two ideas that tie in to your bell ringer tips in Episode 43. Now that my school is 1:1, I have my students do warm-ups in an interactive journal using Google Slides. It used to take me forever to grade their paper journals and I always dreaded it...until this year. I now collect the online "journals" once a quarter and I use the Doctopus add-on with a Goobric to grade them. This has saved me a lot of time AND increased how much feedback I'm able to give them. Win win! Also, I've used their bell-ringer/warm-up journals to review vocabulary words. I randomly assigned students a vocabulary word and asked them to find an image that show the words meaning. Next, students put their slides in presentation mode, then do a gallery walk. As they view each other's work, they write down the vocabulary word they think is being depicted on a sticky note next to each laptop. When students return to their seat, they'll know whether their picture sufficiently showed their assigned word's meaning based on their peer's anonymous feedback. Plus, it gets them up and moving. :) Tyler Osborne from Canada - Quick tips and keyboard shortcuts via Speakpipe Allison Gerken and her students are sharing Booksnaps on Twitter and Seesaw! Library Chrome Extension recommendation from Noah Geisel lets you know if a book is available at the library: This chrome extension lets you know if the book you're about to buy is avail at the local library!!! h/t @bhwilkoff cc #gttribe #gsuiteedu @StackupScore — Noah Geisel (@SenorG) February 13, 2018 On The Blogs Matt - The 30-Day PIRATE Challenge and Kim Snodgrass’s PIRATE hook lessons on Twitter Kasey - 350+ Google Classroom Tips and Resources [shortcode-variables slug="signature"]

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