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Using Google Hangouts to Connect Student Learning

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Overview

Real-world connections provide students immediate, relevant reasons to learn, other than the fact that you've given them an assignment and they will get a grade on it. This webinar will show how you can easily connect students to the real world and collaborate with the free video chat resource, Google Hangouts. Join Nikki D Robertson as she shares how you can use Google Hangouts to work on collaborative projects with students in other parts of your state, country, or the world, as well as connect with experts that can relate real-world applications to what students are learning in your classroom. Discover how you can help your students connect!

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Google Intermediate, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: collaboration, Google hangouts, relevance, video chat

Reviews (29)

Full Member
+6
 
Good application of the hangout feature of google.
Full Member
+8
 
Great resources!
Full Member
 
awesome resources
Full Member
 
This was an awesome webinar. I canít wait to try it out with my first graders.
Basic Member
+2
 
Great ideas.
Basic Member
+2
 
Great webinar.
Full Member
 
Great ideas and application for the Flipped Classroom. Especially helpful for the global classroom, connecting with experts, virtual field trips, virtual book club, world read aloud day, and opportunities for authentic learning.
Full Member
+2
 
Wow! This webinar is chock full of great ideas about how to make Google Hangouts truly meaningful educational experiences for students at all grade levels. Definitely worth the time to view this webinar.
Basic Member
+2
 
Awesome group of webinars.
Full Member
+5
 
Good information, I just wish we learn more about how to actually use it in the classroom more than just hear about what can be done.
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