Google Arts and Culture makes investigating Art, History, and our world easy and engaging. Discover art and artists, study artifacts and primary sources, and take virtual tours of some of the world's most prestigious museums.
Are you a student just getting started with Google Classroom? Or a teacher wondering what your assignments look like from a student's perspective? In this video we will walk through finding your assignments, and turning them in as well as discussing how the new Rubrics and Originality Reports features work for students.
Explore the world from the comfort of your home or classroom. Google Earth's dynamic views and 3D imagery make each stop an adventure. In this video we will dive into how to search google earth, create a collection of locations, utilize the Voyager feature, and create custom multimedia tours with Tourbuilder.
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Traveling across the globe has never been easier! Using Google Maps, My Maps, and Google Tour Builder, your students can take part in virtual field trips, interactive lessons, and so much more! This session will look at the various ways Google Geo Tools can be integrated into your classrooms.
Google Forms (GF) is an educator’s assistant, making life easy by collecting and managing information and data digitally. Learn how to use GF to collect student and family information, to collect digital assignments, to assess student learning, and for other classroom and school applications. Learn how to customize GF for an appealing presentation and a more pleasing end-user experience.
Google Hangouts, Google's collaborative videoconferencing tool, has come a long way! Take an opportunity to learn about how best to use this tool in your classroom and get some tips and tricks along the way to give your Google Hangout experience a professional look. Archiving your events is easy through Google Hangouts on Air and a YouTube account.
Google Keep allows you to save what is on your mind, and retrieve information later. Discover how to engage students to take notes, access them, and insert them into different formats.
Caryn Kelly from SOITA introduces how to use Google Meet for online instruction. You can access her presentation at http://bit.ly/gmeet2020? Here are other links mentioned in this video Meet.google.com - http://meet.google.com/ Distance Learning Resources - https://educationonair.withgoogle.com
Are you looking for a place or share content with students, but don't have access to a learning management system? Looking for a way to communicate with parents online? Google Sites is a great option! This video covers the basics of creating a site, adding pages and content, and sharing your site with others.
Ooh and Aah as we walk you through amazing tips and tricks that you might just not know about! This session is always interesting and unless you are a high-level Google certified trainer, you are sure to learn something new!
In 2015 Google launched Google Expeditions that allowed students to explore the world in a VR environment.
Now Google has released a product, Google Tour Creator, that will let students tell their own experiences in VR. In this presentation, we will look at the basics of Google Tour Creator and offer suggestions on curriculum integration of this exciting new product.
We are no longer living in a one-size-fits-all world. The integration of Google and the iPad have allowed us to extract the power of these different tools to achieve individual student learning goals. Learn about harnessing the creative powers of the iPads while still gaining access to the productivity powers from Google Apps.
Add graphic organizers as Class Materials in Google Classroom for students actively engage in on-line learning. Tips in designs using Google Slides and Drawings will be demonstrated. Presentation: https://tinyurl.com/graphicorg2020
We'll keep spreading the word until all Ohio PreK-12 students and teachers know where they can access high quality digital resources for a successful education today and into their future. Learn more about the wide variety of electronic resources available through INFOhio that can be accessed from any mobile device — including Chromebooks and smart phones — with tools to help students learn.
A review of parent resources to help teach and support digital citizenship.
Let’s face it, your life is hectic. You have a million things to do, and only a short amount of time to do them in. Lucky for you, Google Calendar can bring order to your chaos and simplify your schedule with just a few clicks. Keep track of multiple calendars and events, reserve school or district resources, and schedule appointments with others all with the greatest of ease. Take control of your life and your schedule with Google Calendar! Caryn Kelly from SOITA shares the basics of using Google Calendar
If you're looking for a great tool to make short screencasts or instructional videos look no further than Screencastify. Watch to find out how to add this free tool to your Chrome browser and begin making videos today! You can access the presentation slides at http://bit.ly/screencast2020?. Other links: Screencastify http://screencastify.com? Screencastify courses: https://www.screencastify.com/courses
Hyperdocs and Playlists are great options for delivering online content that is simple for students to work through, step by step. This video goes over the basics of Hyperdocs and Playlists, including resources for templates and examples.
For many Google is their preferred search engine and Google Apps for Education is taking education by storm. However, Google has even more to offer! Join us as we explore some of Google’s lesser known tools and tricks from the fun and useful to the completely obscure.
INFOhio is one of the most valuable resources that Ohio teachers, students, and parents have available. Whether you're investigating a topic, conducting research, or preparing for an important exam, INFOhio has a high-quality resource to support you!