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Get Started with Google Apps for Education (GAFE)

An easy way to begin understanding how to integrate Google Apps for Education into your classroom.
3.6 (58 ratings)
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5,487 students enrolled
Last updated 11/2015
English
Free
Includes:
  • 27 mins on-demand video
  • 25 Articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
Description

Have you ever wanted to know more about using Google Apps for Education? Are you an educator who feels left in the dark about integrating technology into your classroom? Do you want your students to raise their level of collaboration? Would you like to streamline your classroom while moving toward a paperless school community? Pat yourself on the back, you have found the course for you!

This course covers basic concepts to get you started with Google Apps for Education. This course is for teachers who are not that tech savvy but would like to move towards being a technology using educator. As a student of this course you will have the opportunity to use your Google Apps for Education account (focusing on Docs, Forms, Sheets, Drawing and Classroom), experiment with Twitter to share and connect and to create a Storify account to save and curate valuable resources.

This is the first step for a new classroom. Will you take the plunge? Join us for Getting Started with Google Apps for Education (GAFE)

Who is the target audience?
  • Teachers with low tech skills looking to get started with Google Apps. If you have created Google Docs and are generally familiar with Google Apps this course is not for you.
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What Will I Learn?
Create Google Docs
Share Google Docs
Collaborate with Google Tools
Organize files in Google Drive
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Requirements
  • Google Apps for Education account is required for this course.
Curriculum For This Course
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Start Here: What is Google Apps
7 Lectures 06:00
Introduction
01:41

This course uses the class hashtag #GAFEintro. This allows us to view tips and share our learning together. Throughout the course please view the class hashtag and share your tips and resources on the hashtag.

View Twitter Feed: #GAFEintro video
00:42

For this course you will need to have a Google Apps for Education (GAfE) account. Most likely this is the school email account you have been using. Log into gmail.com and use your domain to sign in. [JEFF - CAN YOU CREATE A SHORT VIDEO ON HOW TO GO TO GMAIL AND SIGN INTO SCHOOL ACCOUNT]

Sign into Google Apps for Education (GAfE)
01:40

For this course we will be using Twitter to share our learning. Google Apps is a collaboration suite. Thousands of educators are on Twitter who use Google Apps. Sharing through Twitter gives you the opportunity to engage with others taking this course and other educators who can help you get better!

View Twitter Feed: #GAFEintro
00:07

Google Apps for Education is a productivity suite and more accurately a collaboration suite. Multiple people can type on the same Google Doc at the same time.

Type on this Google Sheet
00:34

Google Keep is a product tied to your Google account. If you are logged into your Google account simply go to http://keep.google.com and start creating notes.

keep.google.com
00:50

Create a note in Google Keep at keep.google.com

Take Notes in Google Keep
00:25
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Setting up Twitter
4 Lectures 01:30

Here you will learn how to sign up for your twitter account

Creating a Twitter Account
00:11

Learn how to follow on Twitter

Follow on Twitter
00:29

Understand the use of hashtags and the #GAFEIntro

Hashtags
00:22

Part of this course is sharing and collaborating. Clicking on the links in this lecture will generate a tweet for you to edit and send. View the class hashtag to see what tips others are sharing.

Tweet These Tips
00:28
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Google Chrome
9 Lectures 06:02
Install Google Chrome
00:14

Sign Into Chrome Browser
00:35

Install Chrome Extensions
01:17

Control T - Make a New Tab
00:29

View Class Twitter Hashtag: #GAFEintro
00:10

Tabbed Browsing
00:58

View These Resources
00:27

Use OneTab Chrome Extension to Share Resources
01:01

Bonus: Control W - Close the Tab
00:48
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Google Classroom Basics
9 Lectures 06:13
Quick Intro to Google Classroom
00:01

Create a Sample Class
00:01

Create an Assignment
00:01

Snagit Chrome Extension
03:20

Use Snagit Chrome Extension
00:19

View Class Twitter Hashtag: #GAFEintro
00:29

Students Mark as Done or Turn In the Assignment
01:34

View Students Who Completed Work
00:03

View #GoogleClassroom
00:24
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Google Drive
6 Lectures 04:01
Overview: What is Google Drive
00:09

Students will be able to

  1. Access Google Drive
  2. Upload a File
  3. Add a Shared Folder
  4. Search and Organize
Access Google Drive, Upload a File, Add a Shared Folder, Search for Files
02:17

Tweet a Google Drive Tip
00:36

Use Snagit Chrome Extension
00:22

View These Resources for Google Drive
00:23

Use OneTab Chrome Extension to Share Resources
00:13
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Google Text Documents
2 Lectures 02:45

Create a Text Doc, Share, Collaborate

Create a Text Document, Share a Document, Collaborate , Attach to Classroom
02:08

Tweet a Google Docs Tip
00:37
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Storify Your Tweets
2 Lectures 00:35

Create a Storify Account

Create a Storify Account
00:08

Create a #GAFEIntro Storify highligting what you have learned.

Create a #GAFEintro Storify
00:27
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Bonus Videos
1 Lecture 10:30
Look at Google Drive
10:30
About the Instructor
3.6 Average rating
57 Reviews
5,487 Students
1 Course

Alice Keeler is a Google for Education Certified Innovator and the author of 50 Things You Can Do With Google Classroom. Alice taught high school math for 14 years and is now teaching teachers at California State University Fresno. Alice also is an avid blogger on Educational Technology. Alice travels the world speaking and giving workshops on how to integrate technology into the classroom.

3.6 Average rating
57 Reviews
5,487 Students
1 Course

Taylor has a B.S. in Education from Baylor University as well as a Masters of Educational Technology from Boise State University as well as being a Google Certified Educator. Taylor has been teaching middle school in Hong Kong for the past 5 years, as well as being an instructor for Teach-Now, an online teacher certification program.

3.6 Average rating
57 Reviews
5,487 Students
1 Course

An online education specialist, Jeff has over twenty years of experience in creating exciting and transformational training and learning outcomes. Currently the co-founder and CEO of Sango Learning, a consortium of online learning professionals and thought leaders.

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