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Google Apps for Education provides educators with a suite of powerful tools for teaching and learning. Join Susan Oxnevad as she explores "12 Great Ways to Use Google Drive," a popular infographic packed with practical ideas and project ideas for leveraging the powerful features available within Google Drive. She will discuss using Slides to construct knowledge, as well as how you can use multimedia powered forms to drive your instruction. In addition, Susan will also share how to use the Research Tool combined with some Add-ons to help students develop 21st century writing skills. Come discover all of these and more!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, February 19, 2020 @ 4:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Google Basics, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: Add-ons, Google Drive, Google Forms, Google Slides, Research Tool

Reviews (105)

Didn't think about using this as an exit ticket or essential question thanks!
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A great introduction. Thank you!
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very interesting
Informative but I teach first grade. Please post age appropriateness levels so Primary Teachers can focus energies.
Was this webinar named incorrectly? I got some great ideas, but not much, if anything, about Google Drive.
The webinar was excellent and Susan did an outstanding job presenting. She is very quick and keeps your attention!
Above level of Kindergarten.
Susan demonstrated more than 12 ways to use Google slides, from strategic planning to differentiation, assessment and pre-assessment while highlighting the tool to use for the educational purpose. This will be a good to webinar to apply the rich content of her teaching!
I really appreciated the ideas for my social studies class.
Great ideas and examples of how Google tools can be used to foster learning beyond electronic ditto sheets. Some of the slide links did not work, which hampered the presentation focus at some points along the way. Overall, though, it was well worth the time invested. I will explore the presenters blog and other suggested resources.
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