41 minutes | Oct 11, 2020

Support Students with Google Sites - GTP121

Google News and Updates Introducing Google Workspace https://gsuiteupdates.googleblog.com/2020/10/introducing-google-workspace.html  This year, teachers have gone the distance Create and view tasks in the Google Calendar mobile apps Increase engagement with Q&A and polls in Google Meet Featured Content Google Form to serve as a contact form FAQ document: If a student/parent asks a question, add it to the FAQ doc Take pictures of a whiteboard and add to the student site Include important documents (permission slips, syllabus, etc.) Embed videos to support what you’re teaching in class Use it as a “satellite location” for Google Classroom (for what it won’t do) Host digital escape rooms 30+ free digital escape rooms (plus a step by step guide for creating your own) 20 Google Sites tips and tricks Create a page for resources and tutorials for STUDENTS, and one for PARENTS Google Classroom Cheat Sheets - a great resource for students and parents Google’s Teach from Anywhere page has lots of great resources you may want to make available. Google’s Guide for Guardians Google’s Accessibility Guide for Guardians Post your virtual office hours on the home page, or add the time to your image header HYBRID? Create separate pages for these two groups Daily checklists - Use one Google Slide deck and add a new checklist to a new slide at the beginning each day. Then embed this on the homepage of your google site for parents, guardians, and students Remote Learning Resources from Shake Up Learning Google Teacher Podcast Mailbag Sheryl Brennan (California) -- Back in the classroom. Exciting to implement tools she’s been teaching for seven years. Ep120: To-do widget in Google Classroom. Uses with her students to redirect if they ask what they’re supposed to be doing if they’re finished. If empty: “may do” list. Today: different views from inside the Classwork tab “view your work” widget. Mary Lynn (Nevada) -- Back in a classroom. One student remotely. With Google Meet. Two cameras in the room. Other students in the room. One student in Google Meet all day with her. Feedback? On The Blogs Matt How to create Google Meet breakout rooms for differentiated learning 12 social media-inspired Google Slides templates Kasey Synchronous v. Asynchronous Online Learning Collaborative Notes with Google Docs New Books Coming Soon!
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