Watch this replay of our CTS Jeopardy Live Twitter Game Show. The purpose of this show was to help educate students on the use and care of their chromebooks. We are working on the restricted mode issue so for now students might have to watch from home or another account.
Congrats to Parker on winning our first CTS Jeopardy Game.
Make sure you follow us on Twitter @CaneTechSquad to join us LIVE next time.
Teachers – Would you like CTS members to host a Live Jeopardy event with your class? Maybe you can challenge another class in your content area? Let us know!
Sharing Google files with other students and teachers has made collaboration here at WHS the norm. Now Google allows us to assign Action Items to collaborators in the comments section of Google files. Give it a try and let us know if you find this tool useful.
Open a Google file.
Highlight the text, images, cells, or slides you want to comment on.
To add a comment, go to the format toolbar and click Comment .
Type your comment.
Somewhere in your comment, add the email address, with @ or + in front of it, of the person you want to assign it to.
Click the box next to “Assign to [name].”
Click Assign. The person you assigned the action item to will get an email.
Now that we are using Google Drive and Classroom more and more here at the high school it is important for you to come up with a way that helps you keep your Google Drive organized.
Remember, you can SEARCH your drive by typing in key words in the search box at the top. Keep this in mind when naming your files.
Here are some tips to help you stay organized:
– Name everything Make sure there is nothing named untitled in your drive. If there is, right click on it and choose rename. The first action you should take when creating a document is to name it.
– Naming Convention Use a naming convention when naming a file. A naming convention is a system that will help you organize and retrieve files. A suggestion might be to use the date and teacher name in front of the file name. For example 101215_reed_research. This will help you locate the file later when you search by either file name, date, or teacher.
– Folders and Colors Use folders and colors to keep your file organized. Create a folder or color system for each class. Experiment with the different ways you can change the layout of your files in Google Drive by clicking the List View and Sort Options buttons. Keep a Junk Drawer or Miscellaneous folder to keep files that are temporary or just need a place to live.