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Google has added some updates, add-ons and features to Google Drive. This bundle of resources includes screenshots and instructions to educate teachers about these features so that they can utilize them in their classes.
3. Google EDU Templates
4. Google Form Rubrics
5. Google Sheet Rubrics
6. Google Quiz Feature
7. Google Save Extension
8. QR Code Generator
9. Uploading Office Files to Google Drive
10. Teacher Rubric Add-on
11. Lesson Plan Tool
12. Google Keep
I. CheckItOut - Keep Track of Classroom Items
• Use CheckItOut to keep track of digital devices, textbooks and other classroom items
• CheckItOut is an add-on for Google Drive Forms
• This add-on will create one question in Forms for items that are Checked-out and another question that are Checked-in
• When someone fills out the form, selected items will be moved between the two questions
• This guide shows you how to quickly install this add-on and create a Form to share with students to monitor which student has each device/item
2. Flubaroo – Create a Self-Graded Quiz
This lesson includes screen shots and step-by-step instruction bubbles to enable you to create a self-grading quiz using Google Forms and Flubaroo.
• Send a Google Form Quiz or Investigation to students to complete and then use Flubarooto grade the Quiz
• You do not need to grade the Quiz – Flubaroo will do it for you!
• Flubaroo is an add-on for Google Drive.
• Grade online assignments in under a minute!
• Get reporting and analysis on student performance!
• Email students their scores.
• All Electronic Documents– No Paper!
• Creating Quizzes, Tests and Investigations in Google Forms saves lots of time
• Easy to customize – add and delete questions
• It takes seconds to grade all of the assignments!
• Students are exposed to a variety of types of questions including Multiple Choice, which is used on many standardized tests
3. Education Templates
• Google has developed a series of Education Templates to use with Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms
• Teachers and Students can use these layouts to help them quickly create beautiful educational documents
• This guide shows what the templates look like and where and how to access them in each program
• Essay, Report, Book Report, Class Notes, Lesson Plans
• Worksheet, Exit Ticket, Course Evaluation, Assessment
• Attendance, Grade Book
• Lesson Plan, Book Report, Field Trip, Science Project, Science Fair, Student Certificate
4. Rubrics using Google Forms
This resource shows teachers how to create, complete and send rubrics to students using Google Forms. This guide utilizes easy to follow step-by-step instructions and screenshots. This allows teachers to mark projects/activities and send results to students directly in Google Drive.
Note: This resource does not contain rubrics but rather shows you how to create your own individualized rubrics within Google Forms
• The two types of Google Form questions that are effective for creating rubrics are are multiple-choice grid and linear scale
• You can convert an existing rubric into an image and add it to your Google Form rubric
• You can print out or send the completed form data to students via email by viewing the responses in Sheets
5. Rubrics using Google Sheets
• This resource shows teachers how to create, complete and send rubric results to students in Google Sheets
• This guide utilizes easy to follow step-by-step instructions and screenshots to display an add-on for Google Sheets called Online Rubrics.
• This allows teachers to mark projects/activities and send results to students directly in Google Drive.
Note: This resource does not contain rubrics but rather shows you how to create your own individualized rubrics within Google Sheets
6. Quiz Feature in Google Forms
Google added a New Feature to Google Forms for teachers so that you can now create a quiz directly in Google Forms.
This guide shows you how to use this new feature through easy to follow step-by-step instructions and screenshots.
• You can create a quiz with correct and incorrect answers for questions with multiple choices, checkboxes or drop-down options
• Give students quick feedback with auto-marked questions
• Useful insight into class performance (Average, Median and Range)
1. Make a New Quiz
2. Change an Existing Form into a Quiz
3. Assign Point Values to Questions
4. Add Feedback for Incorrect and Correct Answers
5. Send Quiz to Students
6. View Responses
7. Save to Google Drive Chrome Extension
• The Save to Google Drive Chrome extension allows you to save web content directly to Google Drive through a browser action or context menu
• Save documents, images, HTML5 audio and video
• After your content is saved, the progress dialog allows you to open the file, rename, or view the file in the Google Drive document list
• From the document list, you can organize and share your new document
This guide utilizes step-by-step instructions and text bubbles to show students and teachers how to obtain the Save to Google Drive Chrome extension and save content directly to Google Drive.
8. QR Code Generator for Google Sheets
This guide shows teachers and students how to create QR Codes in Google Drive using an add-on for Google Sheets called QR Code Generator
• A QR code (Quick Response Code) is a type of matrix barcode first designed for the automotive industry in Japan
• When scanned with a smartphone, tablet or laptop they will take you to a website, article, video, social media page and more
• All you need is a camera lens on your device and a free QR code scanning app
• QR Codes can be used for many classroom activities including website and video investigations
• QR Code Generator is an add-on for Google Sheets
• It allows you to generate QR codes directly from Google Spreadsheets
• Make multiple QR codes quickly and easily
• Teachers can create the codes themselves for activities or use this guide to show students how to create and share codes
9. Uploading Files to Google Drive
• This lesson includes step-by-step instructions and screenshots for uploading a Microsoft Office Document (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) into Google Drive.
• You can edit, download, and convert Microsoft Office files in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
• Once you've edited a Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides file, you can then save and share it with others.
• It also includes a video link to learn how to add the Google Drive Plugin for Microsoft Office.
• With this plugin, you can now edit your Office files stored in Google Drive directly in Microsoft Office!
10. Teacher Rubric Add-on
This resource shows teachers how to create, complete and send rubrics to students using an add-on for Google Docs called Teacher Rubrics. This guide utilizes easy to follow step-by-step instructions and screenshots. This allows teachers to mark projects/activities and send results to students directly in Google Drive.
Note: This resource does not contain rubrics but rather shows you how to create your own individualized rubrics within Google Docs. This add-on allows you to quickly and efficiently create electronic rubrics.
1. Installing the Teacher Rubric Add-on
2. Accessing the Add-on through Google Docs
3. Selecting Performance Levels
4. Choosing Categories
5. Copying an Existing Rubric
6. Customizing a Rubric
7. Scoring a Rubric
8. Assigning Points for Categories
9. Grading an Assignment and Leaving Feedback for students
10. Sending the Assignment
11. Lesson Plan Tool
• The Lesson Plan Tool for Docs allows you to search the opened.com resource catalog for videos, games, assessments and more all aligned to K-12 standards.
• You can then insert links to these documents directly into your documents
• OpenEd's library has over 700,000 resources
• Search by keyword or subject, or even the exact standard you need!
12. Google Keep
• Quickly capture what’s on your mind and share those thoughts with students and teachers
• Speak a voice memo on the go and have it automatically transcribed
• Grab a photo and easily organize or find it later in search
• You can create, share, and work with others on notes and lists with Google Keep
• Use Google Keep on your phone, tablet, computer, or Android Wear watch
• Google Keep syncs across all of your devices, so your notes and lists are available wherever you are
• Use Keep on a desktop at keep.google.com
• Download the Chrome extension to make it quicker to access and use Google Keep using Chrome
• Download the Keep Mobile App for Android from Google Play or from iTunes for iPad and iPhone
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