2018 February Tech Integration-Original

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=XbBwM1c-6xM&app=desktop

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Google My Maps will allow students to create their own maps with save points including text and images.

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If you are not a G Suite school, your teachers and students can still use this as an option by following the highlighted areas above.

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Start by going to drive.google.com and choosing More > then Google My Maps.

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Click on Untitled map to give the map a name so you can easily find it in Google Drive.

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In the pop up you can also type a description.

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You can choose who to share it with just like any Google app. A teacher can make maps to be shared by smaller groups either inside or outside of Google Classroom.

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This map will show the History of Jesus. Type Jerusalem in the search box and add a map point for Jerusalem Israel.

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Add it to the map and click the pencil icon to add text.

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Students can type information. Here I am starting with John the Baptist. Click the camera icon to add an image.

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You can use the Google Image search.

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Google states that you are responsible to choose images that are licensed for use by you.

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If you click on an image, it will show you where it is found.

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To determine it’s using rights, you can trip the image down to the top level of the website and see if you can find terms and conditions. These images are not free to use.

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A better choice might be Pics4Learning. You have to me more generic in what you search for. You will have to type just the word angel instead of Angel Gabriel.

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This might be a good choice. Pics4Learning has a citation that can be copied and pasted into the text box for the Google Map.

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Photos for Class has more images. They mostly come from Flickr. If you click View on Flickr it will take you out of Photos for Class to Flickr.

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You have to interpret usage rights. This photos is free to use as long as you don’t charge money for the work you create with the image.

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A site like Easybib will allow you to create an image citation. You must first choose All 59 options.

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Next choose Digital Image

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Copy and paste the title of the work, in this case St Gabriel, the Contributor’s name, Flickr for the website, the URL of the image.

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Down download it, click the down arrow then choose the size you want…in this case medium.

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In Google My Maps, choose Upload and then upload the file from your Downloads folder.

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Copy and paste the citation whether it is from Pics4Learning or Easybib.

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You can add a map as an assignment and choose Student can edit file.

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The student will go to Google Classroom and choose the Open button on the assignment.

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Add another point for Nazareth.

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How could you get from Jerusalem to Nazareth?

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How could you get from Jerusalem to Nazareth?

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What is the difference between car and train?

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How long would it take to walk?

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How long would it take on a donkey?

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Is a camel faster? How long would that take?

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Review Triple E Framework

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Review of LittleBits, group play in three groups, these can be loaned out.

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2017 Digital Geography and Primary Source Documents Please sign on to Google Classroom (classroom.google.com) wi-fi is Rcan_Guest (no password) Creative Commons-Attribution, Non-Commercial Ann Oro 2018

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Gathering prayer Note: Unless otherwise stated images are from pixabay.com (Creative Commons Public Domain - no need to cite - NOT for students)

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Good News/Questions/Sharing

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Mapping and Geography Tools

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Google My Maps Maps.google.com 61% of schools are Google Suite schools 20% of schools use Chromebooks This will also work with a Gmail ID

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Using a non-Google Suite account

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Google My Maps drive.google.com

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Google Maps www.google.com/maps

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www.google.com/maps

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www.google.com/maps

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www.google.com/maps

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www.google.com/maps

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www.google.com/maps

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www.akg-images.co.uk/archive/The-Archangel-Gabriel-announces-the-birth-of-John-the-Bapti-2UMDHURAAAAA.html

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www.akg-images.co.uk/archive/The-Archangel-Gabriel-announces-the-birth-of-John-the-Bapti-2UMDHURAAAAA.html Trim the URL

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www.pics4learning.com

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Hebert, Ginny. bonaventurecemeteryangelinsunsavannah126sz.jpg. April 2008. Pics4Learning. 7 Dec 2017

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www.photosforclass.com Photos for Class

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www.photosforclass.com Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical https://www.flickr.com/photos/35409814@N00/2438692603

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www.easybib.com Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical

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www.easybib.com EasyBib

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Lew, Fr Lawrence. “St Gabriel.” Flickr, 21 Apr. 2008, www.flickr.com/photos/35409814@N00/2438692603/.

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www.easybib.com

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What Questions Can You Begin to Ask?

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What Questions Can You Begin to Ask?

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What Questions Can You Begin to Ask?

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What Questions Can You Begin to Ask?

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What Questions Can You Begin to Ask? 838 miles 149 kilometers

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What Questions Can You Begin to Ask? 838 miles 149 kilometers

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What Questions Can You Begin to Ask? 838 miles 149 kilometers

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Triple E Framework

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Experience with the Triple E Framework Engagement in the learning goals Enhancement of the learning goals Extending the learning goals

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Triple E Framework Form www.tinyurl.com/rcantripleeform

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www.gelessons.com/lessons/newlessonfiles/whereareyoufrom.html

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www.gelessons.com/lessons/newlessonfiles/whereareyoufrom.html

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Document Cameras 55% of our schools have at least 1 14% of our schools don’t know if they have one Average of 3 document cameras per school

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https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1z5F16mwAbBXtft0HyV4GPrD6jk8_CGZ0DQYxz4RkIzY/edit Attribution NonCommercial-ShareAlike Alice Keeler Modification and redefinition based on an idea by Pete Dirindin, Black Forest Hills Elementary and Center for 21st Century Classrooms, 2013. http://www.d11.org/NextGen/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspx SAMR template map.docx

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www.emergingedtech.com/2015/04/examples-of-transforming-lessons-through-samr

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LittleBits https://littlebits.cc

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innovate NJ DOE Website innovateexchange.org

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Seesaw app.seesaw.me Creative Commons-Attribution, Non-Commercial Ann Oro 2018 How have you purposely used digital mapping tools with students? What will be useful to share with your teachers and students?

Summary: Workshop 4 - Google My Maps, Images and image citation, Triple E Framework, Document Camera for still and video images, Little Bits

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