This week on the Google Educast: Kevin leads the crew in a fast-paced discussion of the new Forms interface, some creative learning opportunities, as well as the new road to Oz. Also workflow ideas and Advanced Power Searching tips!
On this week’s show we look at the new Google Forms, we head across the pond to the UK’s BETT conference to learn from Dom Breadmore about Google’s interest in teaching programming to students and Danielle Filas shares how to use “edit your form” response in the classroom.
I recently posted this on my Google+ profile, and it has generated a lot of activity. More than anything else I’ve done. Last week I had a student tell me that he forgot his assignment at home. I asked him, “did you create it using your Google Drive account?” He had, so we just grabbed one of the school’s computers, brought it up, and he shared it with me.
Kevin, Sean, and Juan discuss new handwriting recognition, offline Slides, screenplay templates, the language app Duolingo, infographics, and the Advanced Power Search class, where Nick Cusumano shows up the gang finding a solution ridiculously fast.
This week we visit the Google Apps For Education (GAFE) Summit in Sydney, Australia and get some news from Google (released there) regarding a new Google Teacher Academy, Microsoft documents in Google Drive. Corin shares some real world ways to teach keyboarding and we see a calculator that recognizes your handwriting.
This week Juan leads the crew in a discussion of the advanced Google Search class, a look at the world Flu map, and going paperless in 2013. This week also wonders about multiple Drives on a machine as what the heck does that little blue phone in Gmail chat mean?
This week’s group, led by Chris Betcher, counts backwards to the year 2012, and reviews the Top 10 Google Products from an educator’s viewpoint.
This week, running a tight ship, Keven directs the crew through iOS updates and apps, a Google winter wonderland (including phone calls from Santa!), and the year in summary from Google.
This week, Kevin, Sean, Fred, Chris, and Juan welcome one of the newest Google Certified Teachers, Jason Seliskar to discuss Chromebooks, The Year in Review, and Google Plus Communities for educators. More debate on Creative Commons vs. Fair Use, and Juan shows us how to get our phones to read web articles for us on our commute.
Fresh from the Google Teacher Academy in Mountain View, CA, Bill Selak joins the crew! Google+ adds communities, a tip for reaching #inboxzero, and (as always) great discussions!
This week on the Google Educast: Huge attachments in Gmail, what could be the most beautiful Google Map ever, Blogger gets a Google+ gadget, and a brilliant series of lessons to introduce primary students to spreadsheets that will have you looking like a “Smartie”. All this and more on the Google Educast this week!
This week we’ll give you resources if you find yourself playing tech support while visiting family and friends, give you some cool tricks to amaze other people, provide you some diversions if you’re stuck in an airport and give thanks to Google for some of the things they are doing to make the world a better place.
Tonight the crew discussed getting things done in Drive, new search options, G+ for K-12 (pluses and pitfalls), instant slowdowns, and an innovative use of Google Drawings.
This week we take a look at the new changes to Gmail, and the Research Panel is now showing up in some of Google’s other products. We also take a look at Google’s strategy for rolling out new products. Join Chris Betcher, Kevin Brookhouser, and Sean Williams for some great Google talk!
This week on the Google Educast: Join Chris Betcher, Juan De Luca and Kevin Brookhauser as they discuss changes to the terminology of Google Docs, exploring the Grand Canyon on Streetview, Google for Windows 8, and all the latest Google news. We also look at the question tool in YouTube, and some awesome tips for being even more productive in Gmail and Docs.
Welcome back Juan De Luca and also- special guest Jen Wagner joins the crew to discuss a little politics, YouTube, and apps for Google Drive.
This week on the Google Educast: This week we welcome Juan De Luca from Mexico and brand new Google Certified Teacher, Joe Wood. Together we look at the biggest update to Google Streetview ever, a way to add columns to a Google Doc, we watch live as an author writes her book and we’ll share an easy way to share a bundle of tabs.
This week on the Google Educast: Diane and the crew discuss Google Maps and Earth, the election, syncing your calendars, and great Chrome tips.