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Mobile Learning with Google - GTT032

By Matt Miller & Kasey Bell

Featured Content Tips for Using Mobile Devices in the Classroom Distractions, off-task, inappropriate uses -- But these are not new problems Can bring too much to the learning experience to band altogether Gives students more ownership of their learning Before you begin: Think about the what you are trying to achieve If BYOD, survey to find out what’s available Allow students to make suggestions Set clear expectations Pros and Cons of Mobile v. Desktop/Laptop/Chromebook Features only available on mobile Google Classroom - Annotate/Draw (Android and iOS) How to use Google Classroom’s secret productivity tool: the mobile app Google Keep - Voice Notes (Android and iOS) Google Translate - Translate with Camera (Android and iOS) Google Calendar - Goal Setting (Android and iOS) Android Apps on Chromebooks 6 Android Apps to Try on a Chromebook Google Apps for iOS (Kasey’s List) Resources Apps only available on mobile YouTube Kids Snapseed (Android and iOS) Cardboard Camera (Android and iOS) Science Journal (Android and iOS) Google Spotlight Stories (Android and iOS) Toontastic 3D (Android and iOS) Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag Baby’s First Video Editor from Joshua Howard: http://www.joshchoward.com/2017/11/babys-first-video-editor-google-slides.html Tama Trotti (Atlanta, Georgia) - "Thank you very much for the information on both the CS First and Made with Code sites." Nathan De Groot (Hanford, California) via SpeakPipe. On The Blogs Matt - Get students talking coding with web developers on Flipgrid Kasey - K is for Keep by @VirtualGiff (Jen Giffen was our guest on Episode 10) [shortcode-variables slug="signature"]

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