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On Tuesday Apple had a little product announcement that made the bloggosphere ‘splode with excitement. The most interesting part for me as fully committed Google Drive fan-middle-aged-man is the iWork for iCloud beta announcement. Like Google Drive, the iWork suite is now free, and like Google Drive, it offers real-time collaboration. Sorry Microsoft SkyDrive 365 Office Sharepoint. If you don’t give your software away now, you’re in even bigger trouble. Last night on The Google Educast, Sean, Fred, and I […]
While Drive is adding more and more formatting options all the time, it simply doesn’t have all of the formatting capabilities of Office documents. And while Office is adding collaborative features, they’re definitely not there.
All about cinematography! The first of three shows focusing on how to introduce students to cinematography – camera shots, camera movements, storyboarding and some great project ideas you can use in class. We’ll discuss how to use the opening of Spielberg’s E.T. as a great model for students to see the principles of cinematography in action. Also Hot Topics of the week: Emerging ways to share and store your media: Google drive and iCloud. Show Host: Jonathan Furst, Jim Crawford […]
Mobile Reach #33 – Google, iPads and Apps…Oh My! Chad, Judi and Tammy talk more about Google Drive now that it’s been out a week. We share out some apps for use in the classroom or for school events and Chad shares a project he’s working on with 5th graders using iPads as this week’s #eduwin. Show Host: Chad Kafka (@chadkafka) Co-Hosts: Judi Epcke (@jepcke), Tammy Lind (@taml17) The Mobile Reach Show Notes Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions […]
Don Goble from St. Louis re-joins us for the second part of our podcast on Video in the Classroom. Don is a real pioneer in changing antiquated social media policies that are holding students and teachers back in many school districts. Also an overview of some of the best Video Apps you can use in k-12 classrooms. What video apps are you using? What kind of innovative stuff are you doing with them? Hear how to share your ideas with us! […]
This week on the Google Educast: On Air Conference next week! Google Drive is HERE, plus check out mypermissions.org. Google is selling SketchUp to Trimble — how will this impact educators and students? Google News and Google News Archive — amazing resource! Photo Tours in Google Maps, Pixorial and other Chrome Apps that work with Google Drive. Help Will Kimbley with a usability study of his Self-Grading Rubric demo, AutoCrat script, Handout Generator, and more with scripts, including a book recommendation from our guest Kern Kelley. And more!
Mobile Reach #32 – Google Drive: Into the Wild Chad and Judi joined by friend and colleague Sue Gorman (Racine, WI). We discuss some articles we found related to mobile learning in the classroom and dive into Google Drive which was just released this week. Chad shares a way that he garnered some movie tickets using Google Voice. We also share out some Mobile Apps and Sue shares an #eduwin. Show Host: Chad Kafka (@chadkafka) Co-Hosts: Judi Epcke (@jepcke), Sue Gorman (@sjgorman) […]
This week on the Google Educast: Google Drive, self-driving cars, Chromebooks, and Cloud Print. Forms, Fusion Tables, and a cool demo of Google Correlate. New options to insert images into Docs from your webcam or search LIFE Magazine, English Teacher Hangout, check out your Gmail usage, and look how smart spell-check is in Docs! Create a self-grading rubric with Google Forms thanks to California GCT Will Kimbley. And more! Show Hosts: Diane Main, Chris Betcher , and Sean Williams Send us your thoughts! […]