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21st Century Scholars Program

Introduction to the 21st Century Scholars Program: Intended Audience for Video: Grades 4-5
(overview/refresher that includes information about the program, goals, how to access the portfolio, logging into the portfolio, parent & student responsibilities, checking point progress, basic navigation of the portfolio)




Google Apps for Education (G-Suite)

  • Google Classroom

         1. Joining Google Classroom with a Teacher Provided Class Code

         2. Scheduling Announcements or Assignements to Post at a Future Date/Time & Make a Copy for Each Student

         3. Organzing Google Classroom Classwork by Topic

  • Google Contacts

         1. Google Contacts (accessing through G-Mail or through app launcher, creating a new group, adding contacts to a group, e-mailing a group)

  • Google Docs

         1. Creating a Google Doc (creating a doc, naming the doc, features)

  • Google Drive

         1. Introduction to Google Drive (signing in, navigating to Google Drive, creating folders, moving docs to folders)

         2.  Sharing on Google Drive (share with individuals or group, share options, shared with me folder, making a copy of a view only document, documents shared with you that are view only, editable, or comments)

         3. Collaboration on Google Drive (view who is actively working on a shared document, live collaboration, revision history)

         4. Google Drive Organization (creating folders/sub-folders, color-coding, organizing shared with me folder, track storage)

         5. Uploading Files to Google Drive (uploading Word/Powerpoint files, opening Word/Powerpoint file in Docs/Slides)

  • Google Forms

         1. Creating a Google Form (creating a form, naming the form, question types, required question indicator, adding additional questions, previewing the form, sending the form to othersadding collaborators)

         2. Analyzing Results from a Google Form (accessing responses sheet, creating an answer key, analyzing results, using the Flubaroo add-on to grade a submitted assessment, question analysis based on metrics)

         3. Embedding YouTube Videos into a Google Form, Adding Questions, and Providing Student Choice (via Sections)

  • Google Meet

         1. Google Meet Tutorial (starting a Google Meet via Google Classroom Integration, starting a Google Meet using Google Calendar, Google Meet features, splitting screen prior to Presenting Screen to see participants & materials, Meet Attendance)

         2. Google Meet Workflow for Students (launching Google Meet via Google Classroom integration, turning microphone on/off, turning camera on/off, ending videoconference, changing layout, pinning tile, asking question to teacher via chat/hand-raise, Dualless extension to split screen)

         3. Showing a Video Using the Chrome Tab (logging into Google Meet, presenting a slide deck, presenting a Chrome Tab to play a video, stop presenting tab)

         4. Alternative Method for Showing Videos through Google Meet (Join Google Meet on Google Chromebook, using Google Meet's Present option on classroom PC, turn off Presentation Audio, unmute speakers)

  • Google Slides

         1. Creating a Google Slide (creating a slide deck, selecting a theme, features, creating new slides, layouts, transitions/animations, naming the slide deck)

  • Google Takeout

         1. Google Takeout, Part 1 of 2 (selecting data to archive, choosing export file type, and delivery method)

         2. Google Takeout, Part 2 of 2 (downloading the archive once it has been prepared; view of the completed archive)

  • Google Tasks

        1. Google Tasks Synchronization with Google Calendar (creating to-do/task lists to appear in your Google Calendar)



  • Blooket (logging in with Google credentials, creating a Blooket, adding questions or importing from an existing Quizlet, playing/hosting a Blooket, game options (Cafe, Factory, Battle Royale, Racing, Tower of Doom, Classic), joining as a student)


Doc Hub

  • Doc Hub (uploading PDF to Google Drive, choose PDF and launching Doc Hub in student workflow, add text to PDF, moving text, highlighting text, commenting, student turn-in options via e-mail, shareable link, download, or export to Google Drive/Google Classroom)



  • Edpuzzle Overview (importing classes from Google Classroom, searching EdPuzzle collections, posting EdPuzzle content to Google Classroom, editing videos to add questions)





  • Gimkit (logging in, import content from Quizlet, how to play/facilitate, options including classic vs. team mode, game goals, join with code)


Downloading E-Books



  • Kahoot (logging in, create a Kahoot, search Kahoot community for shared resources, preview questions to see student view, live/synchronous vs. assign/asynchronous, share to Google Classroom, viewing results of a completed Kahoot)

  • Kahoot Premium Plus (upgrading to Kahoot Premium Plus, logging in with Bethpage Eagles credentials, basic navigation, search Kahoot community for Kahoots shared by others, drafts, shared with me, creating a new Kahoot, importing slides, searching question bank, Kahoot options (true/false, short answer, puzzle, poll, slide), saving Google Slide as PDF prior to import into Kahoot, formatting, launching Kahoot as live/teacher paced vs. assignment/student-paced, uploading Kahoot link to Google Classroom, Twitter, or Remind, reports, groups)

  • Kahoot Teacher View (use of slide for instruction with questions to follow, short answer question, poll)

  • Kahoot Student View (logging in with Game PIN, adding nickname, example of short answer question)



  • Mote (commenting in Google Doc, Google Classroom, Google Sheets, Google Slides; adding a comment, previewing audio comment, editing a transcription, providing private Mote comments to students in Google Classroom, inserting Emojis)




Pear Deck

  • Pear Deck with Google Slides (creating an interactive slide, templates (including multiple choice, true/false, feeling emoji, template), starting a lesson (student paced vs. instructor paced), teacher view vs. student view))


PheT Science Simulations

  • PheT Simulations (resources for teachers, saving resources as a Google Doc prior to sharing with students)



  • Quizizz (importing Google Classroom, search Quizizz community for shared resources, live/synchronous vs. assign/asynchronous, editing a Quizizz, using the "teleport" option to add questions)



  • Slido for Google Slides (create Slido session, accessing via Google Slides add-on, add poll, rating (stars), or quiz, teacher view as students interact and answer questions, feedback for quiz responses for teachers)






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Last Updated: November 13, 2020; 9:50 AM