In this episode, Matt and I go more in-depth with the new video options in Google Slides, as well as share ideas for video projects in the classroom. Listen to this episode to learn how to make the most of student video projects with G Suite, including some ideas for some requested features like audio and narrating Google Slides. We also have some Google news and updates and some other great resources to share.
Show Notes and additional resources and links are below.
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Episode 7 Show Notes:
Google News and Updates
- AI Duet
- PASSWORD PROTECT A GOOGLE FORM (from Jeremy Badiner) Google Forms can be used for so much: collecting data, surveys, self-grading quizzes, and Breakout Games. On of the coolest features is the ability to set a password to block progress in any Form. All you need to do is create sections and add a question that requires a specific text, digit, or other combination of progress.
- Narrate Google Slides for a Self-Paced Lesson (Video)
- G Suite Show
- G Suite YouTube Channel
Video Projects with G Suite
In this week’s episode, we talk about some great strategies and tools for how to create video projects using Google tools.
- New features in Google Slides
- 4 Video Options in Google Slides that Will Make Your Day
- Screencasting and ways it can be used
- Narrate Google Slides for a Self-Paced Lesson
- Video projects: Making them practical and fun
- 5 Ways Video Can Increase Student Ownership of Learning
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Mailbag from Our Listeners
Chelsea Henderson “Ms. Hendo”, Earle High School, Earle, Arkansas.
- Choose Your Own Adventure with Google Drive
- Interactive Learning Menus/Choice Boards with Google Docs
- Digital Differentiation with G Suite
- Google Training Center
On the Blogs
- Matt – What happened when one school banned homework — and asked kids to read and play instead (via: Washington Post)
- Kasey – The Ultimate Google Cardboard and Expeditions Resource Guide
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