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GISA 2011: Flip Teaching
GaETC 2011: DIY-PD
TMGA 2011: FlickrCC
TMGA 2011: Google Smarts
GAETC 2010: iPods
GAETC 2010: Plugging-in
AATE Fall 2009
GAETC 2009: FlickrCC
AATE Meeting Resources
September 29, 2009, Woodward Academy
Highlights from Google Teacher Academy
Google Teacher Academy Resource Page
Google for Educators
Google Similar images -
Similar Images allows you to search for images using pictures rather than words. Click the
link under an image to find other images that look like it."
Search tool that
builds a collection of facts from the web.
Google "Show Options"
- Timeline and Wonder Wheel
Google News Timeline
Web application that organizes information chronologically. Google News Timeline allows users to view news, scanned newspapers and magazines, blog posts, sports scores, and more on a zoomable, graphical timeline."
Latest ideas from the Google team. Include:
- Keep up to date with Google.
Follow Google on Twitter -
"Magically" remove everything except the video from any YouTube page. Share the URL on a web page or via email.
Create an instant "backchannel" or chat room to capture real-time discussions and feedback. Share the URL with users. (Ex:
Cool photo effects, including postage stamp, wanted poster and polaroid effect. (Thanks, Nneka).
Spell with Flickr
Create "ransom note"-style words using Creative Commons-licensed photos from the Flickr One Letter pool.
LIFE Photo Archive
"Search millions of photographs from the LIFE photo archive, stretching from the 1750s to today. Most were never published and are now available for the first time through the joint work of LIFE and Google."
"Many Eyes is a bet on the power of human visual intelligence to find patterns."
Upload a data set (or use and existing one) to create one of 18 types of interactive visualizations. Browse the gallery to explore existing visualizations. Wordle was developed as part of this powerful IBM-hosted project.
What's New with Google Docs? - Nneka Robinson
Nneka will share the "latest and greatest" features of Google Documents, Spreadsheets and Presentations, with a special emphasis on Google Gadgets (flashcards, templates, word study, equations, etc...). Both new experienced users will learn something useful!
Shoestring Technology Solutions
- Andy Morris, Woodward IT Dept
Andy will present affordable and free alternatives for key processes and systems in schools, including FOG imaging, Unreal streaming media server, SSL Explorer remote desktop, Open-Audit inventory management, Scalix and Zimbra mail server/groupware, and virtualization options, such as
VMware ESXi free server, Freenas/Openfiler ISCSI Targets and Virtualbox.
Resources listed here
Web 2.0 Integration at Woodward
Upper School WA teachers will highlight online projects
Scott Freed, US history projects:
Paula Gentry, AP Calculus Review Wiki: ,
Tim Hamling, novel study blog for Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close:
Thanks, I Needed That!" Web 2.0 Tools for Getting Things Done
Shelley will review a collection of free, helpful web-based tools for tasks such as data collection and organization, file conversion, PDF printing, photo editing, online file storage and sharing, collaborative list making, URL shortening, research and more.
Resources listed here
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