GAFE MTL Summit 2013
Treasure hunting and Geocaching finds its way into our curriculum.
The Earth is our extended playground for learning. A single coordinate on a map can act as a catalyst to awesome discussions. In this session I will demonstrate how we are using Fusion Tables to engage students at the Arundel Nature & Science Centre.
JOIN ME & LEARN HOW TO BUILD YOUR OWN KNOWLEDGE MAP.
Educational & Assistive Technology Consultant for the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board.
Google Apps for Education Admin & Trainer.
Let's visit the
This session is about ...
«CREATION» -The Build !
PHASE 1: Map Creation in a Fusion Table
1-Google Spreadsheet (Input data) --Google Form is optional
2-Create a Fusion Table by importing the Spreadsheet (step 1)
3-Modify the Fusion Table to Produce a Map with Coordinate info
4-Publish (Embed) the Map in a Google Site
PHASE 2: Create a Form to Collect Student Responses
5-Create an online Questionnaire (Google Form)
6-Link the Form to another Google Spreadsheet
7-Insert the Form (or link) into a Google Site Page
8-Insert a Google Script to «Auto Grade» the Questionnaire (Form Responses)
Previous GAFE Links
Finding the story in data
Learn How to Publish HTML to Google Sites
Embed Public Data or Fusion Table Visuals
Create Cool Visuals with these Data Sets
Model after this
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Map Markers/Icons sets
Some Junk I use to Brainstorm !
Classroom- Fusion Tables
Classroom full of student collect data into one spreadsheet and then immediately create a map, chart or graph that represents the data.
Students could then make conclusions and predictions based on the visualization.
The Oscars just announced the 2012 Nicholl fellowships in Screenwriting competition, and are mapping the countries sending in applications
Script It! with Fusion Tables -Streamed live on Apr 4, 2013