Effective Integration of G Suite and Related Tools for Learning With The Triple E Framework

The left column is a summary of information from Learning First, Technology Second and the Triple E Framework website. The Triple E Framework does not endorse any one tech tool. Unless specified, integration suggestions for G Suite and related tools are from Mike Petty. Some common pitfalls or weaknesses are also listed.

The Triple E Framework Summary

Google Docs

Google Slides

Google Classroom

Other G Suite

or Related Tools

Engage

Allow students to focus on the learning task without distraction.

Simple tools & clean interface are a plus, but Chat or Comments can distract.

Simple tools & clean interface are a plus. Chat or Comments can distract.

Very sparse interface doesn’t distract.

Motivate students to start the learning process.

Well designed Hyperdocs

Well designed slides from teachers

Easy to get started, but not motivating.

Teacher recorded Slides with Screencastify

Cause a shift in the behavior of the students, so they move from passive to active social learners.

Well designed Hyperdocs

Well designed slides from teachers

Can give control to learner, but can be used too traditionally.

Google Forms for warm-ups & virtual discussion

Comments/collaboration

Enhance

Help students develop or demonstrate a more sophisticated understanding of the content and create opportunities for creation/production over consumption.

Class comments on an article by adding comments to shared Doc (An idea from Liz Kolb)

Create and download as PDF ebooks

Student recorded Slides with Screencastify

Students share recorded videos/pics with teacher through Google Drive

Create scaffolds to make it easier to understand concepts or ideas.

Well designed Hyperdocs

Assign different lessons to subgroups.

Teacher recorded Slides with Screencastify

Create paths for students to demonstrate their understanding of the learning goals in a way that they could not do with traditional tools?

Download as PDF ebooks for authentic audiences

Record visualizations in Slides or Drawings with Screencastify

Extend

Create opportunities for students to learn outside of their typical school day.

Well designed Hyperdocs

Virtual lessons, including class or group meetups

Teacher recorded Slides with Screencastify

Create a bridge between school learning and everyday life experiences.

Mobile app for notes and pics in the moment

Insert pics they take using Slides app

Connect through Hangouts.

Drive & Keep apps.

Allow students to build skills, that they can use in their everyday lives.

Practice collaboration in and outside school

Practice collaboration in and outside school

Student/teacher communication

Workflows between apps

Collaboration & creativity

This document was created by Mike Petty and last updated 4/9/2018. It is a work in progress. Feel free to modify it to feet your needs. If you share it in any form, please include a link to Mike’s blog:  http://classroomgamesandtech.blogspot.com  If you have questions or suggestions, contact Mike at mpetty39@gmail.com.