Google Apps for Education Summit Ontario 2014

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Google Apps for Education Summit Ontario 2014 by Mind Map: Google Apps for Education Summit Ontario 2014

1. Gafe and iPad

1.1. Hacking the Classroom

1.1.1. Need to combine apps from different ecosystems (apple vs google)

1.2. Every good bit of learning starts with scratching an itch

1.3. iPad makes thinking visible

1.4. Camera worthy moments in the classroom

1.5. Life of a Project

1.6. App smashing

1.6.1. Putting apps outcomes to together for performance of learning

1.7. Showbie

1.8. Improvement & Innovation

2. Keynote: Beware the Transformation Trap

2.1. Why are you here?

2.1.1. Getting better at Google Teaching Science Inspiring my Students Collaborating with Colleagues

2.2. SAMR model

2.2.1. What is below substitution?

2.3. Different doesn't always mean better

2.4. Compliance doesn't equal Engagement

2.5. Dora the Explorer model

2.5.1. turning passive video into active engagement

2.6. Start with the problems of practice

2.7. Me Box

2.7.1. moved to google site qr codes Google Form guesses

2.8. Mood check in

2.8.1. via Google Form

2.8.2. Wordle to show the aggregate mood of the classroom

2.9. Engagement -> Creation -> Empowerment

2.10. Not everyone is excited as you

2.10.1. Give them a reason to be

3. Serendipitous Finds

3.1. Toilet Paper / iPad video

3.2. Sweet Search

3.3. Conference Wifi

3.3.1. Meru networks

3.4. Form emailer

3.5. Mousepose

3.6. Using Music to create silence

3.7. Idea: iPhone QR code case

3.8. Kid Picker

3.9. Wordsift

3.10. Connected classrooms

3.11. Digital Differentiation with Screencasting

4. What's up Doc(s) Google Apps in the Classroom publishing, editing, collaboration tips and tricks

4.1. Forms can now do data validation!

4.2. Web clipboard

4.3. More Docs & Drawing integration

4.3.1. Ability to set margins around the picture

4.3.2. Adding Masks

4.3.3. Life Magazine & Stock photos now archived in Google

4.4. Add-on: Kaizena

4.4.1. Voice feedback for Google Docs

5. Google Search: Building your Knowledge Graph

5.1. Advance Search techniques

5.1.1. Narrow results by reading level

5.1.2. Number range x..y

5.2. Image search

5.2.1. drag an image up to image search

5.3. Atari Breakout

5.4. Math with Google search

5.4.1. calculations

5.4.2. graphs y*2x+1 y=2*x+1

5.5. Google Newspaper Archives

5.6. Google Scholar

5.7. A Google a Day

5.7.1. daily search engine challenge

5.8. Tip Calculator

6. Google Tour Builder

6.1. Presentation

6.2. Hello World Video

6.3. Intro Tutorial

7. Chrome Session

7.1. Presentation

7.2. "Married to web", not devices

7.3. "Living in Beta"


8. Slam

8.1. Anecdotal comments: Make a form, speak into it

8.2. Online Flash Cards

8.2.1. Flippity

8.2.2. Powered by Google Spreadsheet YouTube videos HTML markup

8.3. Image maps using Sites and Drawing

8.4. YouTube

8.4.1. Turn off the Lights

8.4.2. YouTube Time Machine

8.5. Chrome Custom Search

8.6. Maps Engine Lite

8.6.1. Import events into Map from Spreadsheet

9. Transformational Learning with Technology

9.1. Teaching is learning twice

9.2. VW Fun Theory

9.2.1. Small changes can make a big difference

9.2.2. Curriculum re-writes are not always necessary

9.3. Always need to ask: Why would you do that?

9.4. Guardian ad: Wolf debate

9.5. Google Glass: Online Physics Teacher

9.6. "Everyone can publish and everyone will" Jonathan Resenberg, SVP Google

9.7. Transformative Learning Space

9.8. Whitehouse Film Festival Finalist: PIP

9.9. FAIL = First Attempt in Learning

9.10. Be More Dog

9.10.1. Be more like students outside of the classroom

10. Maps Engine Lite

10.1. Revamped "My Places" - very powerful map editor

10.2. Online course for Mapping

10.3. Geo Education Grants

11. Chrome Ninja Tips

11.1. Manage Search Engines

11.1.1. Right-click on Search box & add as custom chrome search

11.2. Close all tabs to the right

11.3. Hiding extensions by hovering over the right side of the address bar (via Jeff)

12. Automate your Life with Google Scripts

12.1. Alternate scripts presentation

13. Presentations I did not attend ( but have good resources)

13.1. Using GAFE* to create great interactive stories