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Direct InstructionTeacher makes presentation materials digitally available for students to access.Student feedback and information are collected during the presentation of materials.Teacher uses screencasting and video resources to record or ellaborate on presentation.
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Example: Syllabus contains references to location of digital materials (website, shared drive, Dropbox, Google Drive, edmodo, etc)Example: Moderator, Forms, Nearpod, Socrative, Polleverywhere, todaysmeetExample: Screenr, Screenast o matic,
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Classroom ProductivityTeachers have developed an effective workflow for disseminating student assignments.Teachers have developed an effective workflow for disseminating and collecting student assignements employing digital tools allowing for a paperless workflow.Teachers are using more sophisticated tools to automate classroom tasks. Students create and maintain digital notebooks/portfolios shared with teacher that allow for both ease of workflow and demonstration of student growth throughout the semester/year.
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Example: Classroom website, shared Docs, etc.Examples: shared folders in Google Drive and Dropbox; using Forms to collect informationExample: Evernote portfolios, Google Sites portfolios, Autocrat
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Self-Directed LearningStudents consume teacher-curated content.
Students synthesize material to create flowcharts or diagrams to organize their thoughts.Students create their own learning pathways based on their own interests and passions. Students explore, discover, and curate content for classmates.
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Examples: YouTube Playlists, Movenote, Videonot.es, reading extexts using tools such as Subtext, Curriculet, and Examples: Prezi, Bubbl.usExample: creating multmedia study guides, participating in self-paced learning opportunities such as Khan Academy and TED ED
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ResearchStudents are able to use Google efficiently to meet their research needs.
Teachers are incorporating basic level Google search lessons into instruction.
Students can use other Google Tools to meet their research needs.
Teachers are incorporating intermediate level Google search lessons into instruction.
Students create their own research tools and resources.
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http://www.google.com/insidesearch/searcheducation/Examples: Google Scholar, Google Book Search, Google NewsExamples: Google Custom Search Engine, study guide created in Google Sites
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Student CollaborationStudents use shared Google Docs to brainstorm, write, or complete teacher-directed tasksStudents invited to create collaborative groups within the school around authentic tasks directly related to their lives, using internal social networking such as GAFE. Teachers collaborate to provide cross-curricular opportunities for students to collaborate using the skills gleaned in each subject. Students engage with peers outside of your school/institution.
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Examples: shared notetaking, watching a video and taking notes while viewingExamples: Using Google+ as a social network for your classExamples: Hangouts, Twitter, Google+ to create communities from locations worldwide.
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Student Production / CreationStudents create presentations using common slideware tools.Students create more interactive presentations, animations, and multimedia exhibits.Students are combining multiple tools to make a blended presentation.
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Examples: Presentations, Haiku Deck, PreziExamples: Nearpod, Powtoon, WideoExamples: Hangouts on Air, Youtube Editor,Wevideo
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