Search, Docs, Sites, and YouTube
Create, collaborate, and publish classroom videos using Google's free tools for the classroom.
Check out Video Editing for Educators
Use things like YouTube to Teach and Inspire....
Using Teaching Video with Youtube
Collaboration During the 4 Stages of Production
Magic Auto Fill in Google Spreadsheets. Share a spreadsheet and brainstorm similar topic words. Use the Magic Autofill function to obtain more great words based on patterns.
PC - Click CTRL key while dragging the fill handle
MAC - Click OPTION key while dragging the fill handle
Script Writing with GOOGLE DOCS
Use the drawing tools available in Presentations.
Use the docs template for storyboarding.
Blogging- Read Them, Write Them
Big Projects - Document the Process
Blogger - students can document their growth with blog entries. You can use it to measure growth for grant reports.
The Ken Burns Effect
Make the video private so that only people you choose can see it. Parents, classmates.
Take advantage of several Youtube partner programs that allow you to create fun videos in just a few clicks.
Instructions on how to use Youtube's Editor
DISTRIBUTION & EVALUATION
Youtube is the place to host your videos. Everybody is doing it!
Use Google Forms for Self Evaluations and Group Evaluations
Narrative Video - Self Evaluation
Narrative Video - Group Evaluation
Embed Google Docs videos into a Google Site
Whole Notha Level
Take your students and their projects to another level by using Google Sites.
Home Run Rescue
Pita Kabob Commercial
Companion Animal Clinic
Google Certified Teacher
Apple Certified Trainer - Final Cut Pro X
Google Search Cheat Sheet and Search Lessons
Google Docs Cheat Sheet
Google Sites Cheat Sheet
Google Student Blog: Using Google Apps to make the most of group work
Create a Clapper Board Graphic
Check out my Google Goodness Pages for links and tutorials.
Mapping Movie Locations Part 1
Mapping Movie Locations Part 2
My Google Map of historic film locations in Los Angeles
(a work in progress)