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Assessing With Google
Here you will find resources for creating self-grading assessments using either Flubaroo or Assessment Templates.
 

 

Creating Flow Chart with Google Drive

Click here to go to the YouTube link of the above video. 

Google Tips & Tricks

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Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts

 
 

Ctrl + Shift + L – Lock your Chromebook’s screen.

 

Ctrl + Shift + Q – Log out of your Chromebook. Press the key combination twice to quit.

 

Alt + E – Open the Chrome browser’s menu. This only works if a Chrome browser window is open and focused.

 

Alt + 1-8 – Launch applications located on Chrome OS’s “shelf,” or taskbar. For example, Alt + 1 will launch the first application shortcut from the left.

 

Alt + [ – Dock a window to the left side of your screen.

 

Alt + ]  – Dock a window to the right side of your screen.

 

Ctrl + Switcher/F5 – Take a screenshot and save it to your Downloads folder The Switcher key is located in place of the F5 key on a standard keyboard.

 

Ctrl + Shift + Switcher/F5 – Take a screenshot of part of the screen. Use the cursor to select the part of the screen you want to save.

 

Alt + Search – Toggle Caps Lock. The Search key has a magnifying glass on it and is in place of the Caps Lock key on typical keyboards.

 

Shift + Esc – Launch the Task Manager.

 

Display Settings

 

Ctrl + Shift and + – Increase screen scale, making items appear larger on your screen.

 

Ctrl + Shift and - – Decrease screen scale, making items appear smaller on your screen.

 

Ctrl + Shift and ) – Reset screen scale to the default setting.

 

Ctrl + Shift + Refresh/F3 – Rotate your screen 90 degrees. The Refresh key is located where the F3 key would be located on typical keyboards.

 

Ctrl + Immersive Mode/F4 – Configure display settings when an external monitor is connected. The Immersive Mode key is located where the F4 key would be located on typical keyboards.

 

Ctrl + 1 activates the first tab in the current window

 

Ctrl + 2 activates the second tab. 

 

Ctrl + T will open a new tab

 

Ctrl + W will close the current tab. 

 

Ctrl + L will focus the location bar so you can immediately start typing a new search or website address.

 

Ctrl+Backspace to delete the previous word 

 

Ctrl + Z to undo

 

Ctrl+X - Cut

 

Ctrl+C - Copy

 

Ctrl+V - Paste.

 

Ctrl + Alt + ? (or Ctrl + Alt + / ) to open a keyboard shortcut cheat sheet at any time. This cheat sheet allows you to view all your Chromebook’s keyboard shortcuts.

 

Apple TV

To get rid of the movies at the top when Apple TV is on 

 

menu>settings>general>restrictions>turn on restrictions. Set a four digit passcode. Go to "purchase and rental." Toggle to "hide."

You can also set the tv and music restrictions to G.

Google Classroom

 

Here is an excellent youtube tutorial on Google Classroom

 

Here are the timestamps for different sections/content of the video:

0:00 - Creating a Class

1:13 - Adding Students (Teacher)

1:46 - Joining a Class (Student)

2:25 - Communicating with Students

2:57 - About Section

5:15 - Posting Announcements (Teacher)

7:36 - Responding to Announcements (Student)

8:55 - Creating an Assignment

10:26 - Importance of Creating Templates in Google Drive

11:46 - Viewing Assignments (Student)

14:28 - Turning in an Assignment (Student)

14:43 - Giving Feedback before Student Turn-in

16:43 - Turning in an Assignment pt. 2 (Student)

17:27 - Viewing Turned In Work (Teacher)

18:32 - Resubmitting Work (Student)

19:20 - Giving Feedback to Google

 

 

 

 

 

Here is a link to a Google Slides on Getting a Google Classroom setup

Google Classroom Setup