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EdTech News Monday, May 14 Google certified, Google certified trainer, Google & more…

By Brian

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Get Google Certified This Summer!

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  • This certification requires Level 1, Level 2, the Trainer Skills Assessment, and has very specific application requirements.
  • Im changing up my certification courses, and along with the release of the NEW,Level 2 Course, I am also opening enrollment forLevel 1, andGoogle Certified Trainerat the same time.
  • Everything you need to know to pass the exam and become a Google Certified Educator Level 1!
  • Everything you need to know to pass the exam and become a Google Certified Educator Level 2!
  • This self-paced, e-course includes EVERYTHING you need to know to pass the Trainer Skills Assessment AND complete the application requirements, including: – – Below are the prices for individual licenses for each course.

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Make Google Form responses easy to read with “Save as Doc” add-on

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  • When the responses from a Google Form get collected in a Google Sheet, the responses are arranged one per row, with each answer in its own cell.
  • See below for detailed directions on how to use Save as Doc to take responses from a Google Form and put them in a readable format as a Google Doc.
  • Installation – – Save as Doc is a useful and easy add-on for Google Sheets.
  • What it does is take one row at a time, where the data normally goes from left to right cell by cell, and creates a Google Doc where the same data is displayed vertically one line at a time, in question / answer format, making it much easier to read….
  • Most often you may find it useful for the Google Sheet that holds the responses from a Google Form, especially one with long answers.

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10 EdTech Resources for College Students and Professors

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  • Technology is a great way to engage students not only in the curricular content of a class, but also in the world around them.
  • Alternatively, professors can create courses for the students they teach, using iTunes U as a repository for their class materials, a way to disseminate and collect assignments, or a place for extra practice and digital tutoring.
  • iTunes University is the perfect way for teachers and students in a college setting to collaborate.
  • Dragon Dictation is a great app for students who have to do a lot or too much!
  • College students face a hefty challenge: they are one their own, often for the first time, forging their way through four tumultuous years in an effort to become the adults they want to be with the lives they want to leave.

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Mobile Technology in K-12 Classrooms: More Than a Question of Cost

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  • Tablets have become a learning fixture in many K-12 classrooms.
  • The quick access to information and capability to provide personalized learning are just a few of the reasons why teachers, administrators and parents have been behind the push for one-to-one tablet programs in classrooms throughout the country.
  • While few schools have met the one-to-one goal yet, nearly 60 percent of administrators say they have implemented some form of mobile technology in classrooms.
  • Children have access to tablets and smartphones outside school grounds, making the technology in the classroom an easy adaptation.
  • If money were no issue, though, it seems that most school districts would adapt this cultural push toward tablets as student rights.

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In the Future, Artificial Intelligence and Education Will Go Hand in Hand

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  • As our lives become more intertwined with technology and AI, it will also follow students into the classroom.
  • For example, a Georgia Institute of Technology professor used an AI chatbot to communicate with students throughout a college semester.
  • Rather than having to wait for the results of exams to see how students are doing, AI will allow teachers to see how students are learning throughout the lessons.
  • Also, AI will recognize when a lesson needs to be retaught, such as when a majority of students do not master a certain skill or miss a type of question.
  • Artificial intelligence and education will go hand-in-hand in the future, and it will create more opportunities for success for both teachers and students.

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Brian