In this episode of Flipped Teacher Professional Learning, I show a very easy to use but useful function for Google Drive that I call Multi Visibility (If it has an actual name, please let me know) that allows you to have a single copy of a document visible in multiple folders. The reason this is so useful as a function is that changes you make to the file are reflected across all versions.
In this FTPL episode, I show you how to utilise a new feature in GAFE – the Quiz function in GForms. For more FTPL videos, visit c21teaching.com.au
In this FTPL video, I show you how to access the responses from your GForms.
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In this flipped teacher professional learning video, I take a look at the basics of how to set up a new GForm.
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This flipped teacher professional learning video introduces Google Forms and looks at each of the question type options as well as some of the data validation features.
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In this episode of Flipped Teacher Professional Learning, I show you two ways to upload files to your GDrive account from your device.
In this episode of Flipped Teacher Professional Learning, I show you how to use QR Codes to share web links (and some other resources) with others via a QR Code.
This episode of FTPL demonstrates how to utilise URL shorteners, specifically Tinyurl.com, to help make sharing URLs with students easier.
In this episode of Flipped Teacher Professional Learning, I go through eight ways in which to use Twitter as a tool for Teaching and Learning. Some of these may not be appropriate to use in your specific context, but the majority would be achievable in most classrooms. I do think we underestimate our students sometimes.
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This week’s Flipped Teacher Professional Learning video focuses on the use of a tool called Tweetdeck to make using Twitter for professional learning easier and more streamlined, particular in the fast-paced EduChats that occur, or during conferences.