Tuesday, October 18, 2016

One File in Multiple Folders, Shuffle Answers & Questions in Google Forms, Put Lessons in Google Tour Builder, Google Tools for Special Needs, 12 Election Resources to Use with Students, Unplug Every Saturday, Time for Meaningful Work

Did you know?
You can now put things in more than one folder at a time in Google Drive. Here’s how:
In your Drive, click on the file you want to copy to another folder (don’t double click, you just want the file to be highlighted). +Google for Education 

 Then, hold down the Shift key, while also hitting Z. This window should open up for you to choose where to copy the file to:

What if?
Shuffle Answer Choices and Question Order in Google Forms/Quiz

To shuffle the question order:
Choose Settings, then Presentation, then check the box and click Save
Quiz_shuffle question order.png

To shuffle the answer choices within a multiple choice question:
Enter the question, the answer choices, then click the 3 dots in the lower right corner
of that question window, then choose Shuffle option order
Quiz_shuffle answer choices.png

Special Note:
If using images and the shuffle option, you might want to view this post to make sure the images don't get shuffled separately:

Something to think about…
Make An Engaging Lesson That Can Take Place When a Sub is in Your Class - Google Tour Builder is an easy tool that allows you to put pins on a map, then add video, images and text to go with each location. User-friendly and quick to figure out, this tool is great for students! But, may be even better for teachers! One of our HS History teachers, Sharon Romero, used it to create a lesson for a day she would be out of class. She set up 6 stops on the map with each having text and a video. While the sub is there, the students will go into her Google Tour, watch each of the location’s videos, take notes and study for a quiz the next day. Genius! +Google for Education 
For a how-to video for teachers or students, go to https://youtu.be/aU-QeAKdSYcx

21 Chrome Extensions for Special Needs and Struggling Students from +Eric Curts  includes SpeakIt!, Announcify, OpenDyslexic and Readline, just to name a few! +Google for Education http://www.controlaltachieve.com/2016/10/special-needs-extensions.html

12 Ways To Pull The Elections Into Your Class Now, from +Matt Miller … his list also includes the Win the White House game from iCivics.org http://ditchthattextbook.com/2016/10/10/12-u-s-election-resources-to-use-with-students-now/

In Addition…
This Woman (and her family) Unplugs Every Saturday (and Will Convince You to Do the Same) - Such a great idea! Click and read about how this works, would it work for you? http://greatist.com/connect/tiffany-shlain-technology-shabbat?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_content=story9_cta&utm_campaign=daily_newsletter_2016-10-06_testA_20160817


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