31 Replies Latest reply on Nov 27, 2012 11:56 PM by jtotten

    Intel Teach Live-Oct 2012 Great Google Tour Part III




      Click here to view the recording of Intel Teach Live - Great Google Tour Part III.


      Register to attend our webinar Tuesday Nov 27th @ 5pm PDT.


      This month’s Intel Teach Live welcome back returning guest speaker, Dean Mantz, who will be sharing his expertise over some of the latest Google updates for the classroom including highlights over the Google Drive, how Google works with a mobile device, voice search, Google Election, and more.  You don’t want to miss this!


      As a follow-up to the Great Google Tour Part III webinar, we’re asking you to help us expand our Google knowledge and share what Google feature is new to you this year?  Also, we are definitely looking to hear how you and your students use different Google apps and features.  Perhaps your students use Google Docs to collaborate on science experiments?  A world geography class my use Google news feeds from around the world to research current events.  Share with us what great things Google does for you.


      Post your resources between October 24 and Nov 20  to be entered into a drawing for a wireless printer.


      Note: This drawing will only become active when a minimum of 10 participants respond, which means in some cases, the drawing will take place after the above mentioned date. For a complete description and eligibility of Engage community drawings, click on the Intel Bunny Person.


      21st Century Skills Addressed in this Webinar -

      Depending on how these tools are utilized in the classroom, any or all of these 21st Century Skills would be addressed:

      Communication,  Collaboration, Creativity, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Media and Technology Skills, Self-Direction


      ISTE Standards Addressed in this Webinar:


      All NETS-T standards would be implemented in an exemplary 21st Century Project

      1. Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity

      c. Promote student reflection using collaborative tools to reveal and clarify students' conceptual understanding and thinking, planning, and creative processes.