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Tips/Tricks for Taking the Educator Level 1 Certification Exam




Agenda

  1. Introductions
    1. Key Areas for each area
    2. Scenarios
    3. Sign up for exam
    Key Areas for Google Educator Level 1 Certification
      1. Google Drive
        1. Define Drive and identify various uses for it in a school setting.
        2. Access Drive from the App Launch icon
        3. Search for files in Drive
        4. Open Files in Drive
        5. Copy/share links of PDFs shared via Drive
      2. Docs
        1. Define Docs and identify various uses.
        2. Access Docs from the App Launch icon
        3. Share Docs with others giving different permissions
        4. Add comments
        5. Reference someone in a comment so they get an email notice of the comment.
      3. Sheets
        1. Define Sheets and identify a variety of uses for it in the school setting.
        2. Access Sheets from the App Launch icon
        3. Share Sheets with Others giving different permissions.
        4. Use basic functions to a pre-filled sheet (sum, average, etc.)
        5. Sort a sheet by a specific column
        6. Create a variety of charts/graphs to communicate relevant information.
      4. Slides
        1. Define Slides and identify a variety of uses for it in the school setting. (e.g. Animated Book Covers)
        2. Access Slides from the App Launch icon.
      5. Forms
        1. Define Forms and identify a variety of uses for it in a school setting.
        2. Create a new form.
        3. Add a variety of questions to a form using different question types.
        4. Send form to specific people.
      6. Gmail
        1. Define Gmail and identify various uses
        2. Access Gmail from App Launch icon
        3. Search for specific emails using the search terms and labels.
        4. Create and add labels to an email.
      7. YouTube
        1. Define YouTube and identify a variety of uses for it.
        2. Find educational channels with relevant videos for students
        3. Subscribe to relevant channels.
        4. Create a playlist (with description) to curate relevant videos for students.
        5. Add videos to a playlist for students to watch.
        6. Share a playlist with specific students or a group.
        7. Change the Playlist privacy settings.
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