March 16, 2021

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Transcript
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hello
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i'm mr g the g is not for google but it
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fits
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and thank you for joining me on a
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journey
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where we learn from different edtech
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leaders
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[Music]
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welcome to aced tech
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hello welcome everybody thank you so
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much for being here i know it has been a
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while since i've been here before
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and i have a very special guest today
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and this is gonna be awesome i was in
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her show but i'll let her
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tell you more about it thank you so much
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for joining me dr karen
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dr karen has a doctorate in education a
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master's in education
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she's a google for education certified
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educator level 1
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2 trainer and innovator and speaking of
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your show can you tell me more about
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your show
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sure hi carlos it's so great to be here
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i
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i appreciate and i'll help you on
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your show today um
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one of my latest projects is i'm working
01:41
with
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sandy bassall and we have a podcast
01:44
called chat with
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and uh the podcast is
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basically a laid back discussion about
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education today and it started
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um batman sandy was teaching in
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italy and then she moved to sweden
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and we talked about the changes in
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education
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and the things that were going on and uh
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what was happening in the classroom both
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on both sides of the pond as we like to
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say
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and basically it's just we make a plan
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and we talk about on and we talk about
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just being
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working parents and mothers and
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empowering women so we
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we've tried to talk about all kinds of
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stuff but it's uh
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we wanted to be the the setting to be
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like if you we went to
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a pub or something and just talk and you
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know how the conversation kind of
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uh here and so that's that's
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it so um but it usually lasts for about
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30 minutes 45 minutes we cover all kinds
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of topics and
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uh we're hoping to grow it and hoping
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that people
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will be guests like you were a guest
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and uh talk about their products and
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what they're working on
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and uh we just want to move the
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conversation forward
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and that's that's basically what the
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podcast is all about
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and again thank you so much for being
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here that's awesome
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and i noticed uh i'm
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recording from home but see that you're
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recording from the back seat of your car
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studios
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[Laughter]
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mobile studios yes mobile studios
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we're working out it's it's coming
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across all right
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that's awesome all right well
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so it's time to start talking about
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today's uh main event so
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[Music]
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we're gonna talk about the updates that
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google has so
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we're gonna start first with
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something very important uh recently
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chrome
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was under attack so
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there's an important you know when uh
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browser
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is popular there tends to be this
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uh or just about anything an operating
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system
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there tends to be this attack uh hackers
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trying to get your information
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or whatnot but in either case chrome
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already
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patched the problem and they
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they sent an update so if you haven't
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updated
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your google chrome browser or computer
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make sure you have the latest check for
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the latest software make sure that it is
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installed
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on your as your browser or your
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chromebook
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speaking of chromebook yes
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i just wanted to say uh updating chrome
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is one of the easier
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um it's an easy browser
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because as you log in again it loads the
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newest version correct
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yes yeah so um
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that you know that's that's just another
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reason to love it is
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that uh getting updates on the most safe
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updates
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you just log out log in uh that's that's
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the beauty of chrome i think
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yes and i actually just um
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updated my chrome
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so it's uh telling me
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that uh they're celebrating 10 years
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and uh that's the other one as you're
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gonna see here that uh
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google for education said that there's a
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ten years
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so what's new with this 10 year update
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other than the security patches right
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so there's the
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your android phone can directly control
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uh direct you can control directly your
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android phone through your chromebook
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um i want to try this one i just updated
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it right now right before this show
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started so i want to see how
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that works um faster synchronizing of
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wi-fi
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powerful screen capturing tools okay so
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this includes
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uh recording video from the chromebook
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directly
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there's um i'm a fan
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of screencastify but i'm going to start
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trying to see what
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chromebook screen capture does
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um i don't know if it's going to have
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some editing software or not but
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let's see what that one does yeah
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did you know i'm a wee video girl
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oh yes we i'm for video editing there's
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no
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there's no chromebook comparison so far
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yeah it's a good one it's a good one to
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try
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um you can now
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copy and paste using
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um you can copy several things at once
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and paste what you want to paste
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specifically so copy several
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then paste several
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uh now
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right now uh i'm using multiple desktops
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i'm not sure if you've known this but
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chromebooks have desktops as well or
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desks whatever you want to call it
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and um just about
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anything already has like several desks
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you can
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switch between several uh
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desks uh using the on chromebook as the
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key right above the number six that's
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how i remember it
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yeah you can personalize your lock
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screen
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you have easy access to media controls
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which i'm looking forward to seeing
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at a later time
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okay so those are the updates uh for
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chrome
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now there's there's this one
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the professional certificate training
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program
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the one that is grow with google do you
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know about this one
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uh um i've been investigating a little
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bit
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i like how um maybe i just see uh
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micro where you get
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um different topics where you can
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certificate
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for chrome for for
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the app
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yes and recently
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i tried doing one of them it's called
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the i.t support and i got the
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fundamental certificate it is not
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the complete course it is just the
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first module of the course so
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at the very least getting something like
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that is
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a good step forward it is
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some of the classes are through the
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website coursera
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which uh does cost money but
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it's a lot cheaper than let's say going
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through college getting a bachelor's
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degree
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in it support where
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google provides you the training
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essentially for free
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you just have to pay for access through
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coursera
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and it has several
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yeah it's it has several options it's
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not
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just like let me click on on the link
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that you provided
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it's not just it support there's
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data analytics project management
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ux design and android
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development these things are things that
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you would
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have to go to college for pay a lot of
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money to train
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and uh your google is providing it
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essentially for free
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and and the cost
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is minimal because you're just paying
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for access to it
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right so and you always have access too
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that's one thing yeah yes
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and it's awesome
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yeah and think about how the benefit
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that is
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for people just getting into the tech
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field or
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who maybe they're starting out at a
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lower level but
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they want to build their skills i think
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this is
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a great way to start
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yeah and just looking at the
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statistics here no experience necessary
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learn at your own pace
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and some of these can earn
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an average starting salary of 63 000
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which i'm not making that much
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as a teacher so
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hmm i wonder
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yeah well maybe in california yeah
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true i just i guess it depends where
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you're in demand
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and somewhere in california would be
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very expensive
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to live but maybe through remote
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i.t support could be done remotely so
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that's something okay so next up
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uh if you own a google pixel
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now you have this recorder and
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i haven't recorded anything here but uh
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essentially you can if you had the
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recorder
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on your google pixel it now saves
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to the cloud so you can actually save
12:34
that recording to the cloud
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so that's awesome
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okay so now we're starting with
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google for education and there's this
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thing called the rebrand toolkit
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because there's just a workspace for
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education excuse me
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it used to be called g suite and now
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they changed it to workspace
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so here's the rebrand toolkit they're
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going to talk a lot about
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how to use it and i provided that
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uh in the wakelet which i'm gonna
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provide that in the show notes
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and uh by the way the show notes will be
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available
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on aced dot tx 37 as soon as it goes
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live as a podcast episode
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um so from g suite for education to
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google workspace for education
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a lot of the icons i'm sure you've seen
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changes of the icons
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so and some of them are new like
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jamboard
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i mean fairly new right but yeah
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there's different tiers as far as how
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much
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a an educational institution is going to
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pay i'll talk about that later
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let's see here some of the highlights
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and it gives you here guides as to how
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you can display
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google for education and what to avoid
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in this example
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so all those avoid those avoid those
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more information yes versus
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no
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always very interesting because some
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people
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try to get a little creative and they
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go a little crazy
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yes so here's one um
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i'm sure gmail versus google smell
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that sounds funny but um
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that is not what they want right google
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smell
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uh then google meat they don't want the
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word
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meat unless it's several plural right
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then you would have
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several there so
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it's google meet singular
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the only time i guess this would apply
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as if it's plural
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otherwise it's incorrect but uh
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yesterday
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but either way so here's more
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information as to the proper ways of
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yes no and other
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rebranding toolkit essentials
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and other questions
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okay
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grasshopper if you have never used
15:38
grasshoppers on
15:40
for somebody that is beginning to learn
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to code a
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great way to use an app on the phone
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or even a website to start learning to
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code
15:51
and it's now available in spanish so if
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you have never used google's
15:56
grasshopper or google grasshopper
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and it's now available in spanish and
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this is
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important for my end
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my population is english and spanish
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speaking population so this helps
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okay so let's get more into the google
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workspace for education
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there are three essential tiers
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with an upgrade available
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and the fundamental is the one that you
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have seen before
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i'm sure you've seen this there's the
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basic tools that you have used
16:41
it's free there is one
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problem it is no longer unlimited
16:49
storage this is something that is
16:53
new no longer unlimited storage you will
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have 100 terabytes
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of storage which is a lot
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but it is not unlimited
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um from there
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you can upgrade
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and this is per teacher license
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or you can upgrade to the standard so
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fundamentals the next one is standard
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and the last one is
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plus so let's look at the standard
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standard is per student
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so you're only going to pay three
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dollars per student per year
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and this is just security
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audits rules
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a lot of it has to do on the end of um
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for security purposes or audit purposes
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anything that has to do with the
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administrative side
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that's the standard and then the
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standard you can upgrade some teachers
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to the teach and learn licenses
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okay before i talk about the plus
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so from fundamentals to standard to plus
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because fundamentals and standards you
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can upgrade some teachers to the
18:17
teaching
18:18
and learning upgrade let me talk real
18:20
quick about the
18:21
those upgrades the upgrades that you can
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give to specific teachers is going to be
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four dollars per license per year so
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it doesn't have to be teachers right it
18:30
could be administrators or anybody
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and then we have google meet which
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if it got brought down to a hundred
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no excuse me yeah a hundred participants
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it's not going to be available to
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250 participants for those that have
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this license
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and it will have the
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10 000 viewers q a
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polls and by 10 000 viewers i mean
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i'm not sure if you ever use the
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streaming service that
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google meet had but you were able to
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stream
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no well
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my school didn't okay well
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it's the streaming what happened is
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if you reach your 250 participants in
19:26
google meet
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you could stream within your school
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and streaming within your school would
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be about a hundred thousand participant
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and they would just be passive
19:38
participants so they wouldn't be able to
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talk
19:42
chat or in any way interact only the
19:45
first 250 that
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join in would be able to do so anybody
19:49
else would have to join in through the
19:51
stream
19:53
classroom upgrades there are some
19:56
add-ons coming soon
19:58
originality report will be available
20:01
and student work repository will be
20:04
available
20:05
storage can be upgraded using this
20:08
teach and learn upgrade but the last
20:12
time i
20:12
checked there was no information on this
20:20
okay so what is plus
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plus is a combination of standard
20:28
plus the upgrade with a few enhancements
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like the hundred thousand viewers
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instead of
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ten thousand
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all right so there's this thing called
20:46
cloud solutions
20:48
and basically is using a chromebook
20:53
to access a virtual desktop
20:57
and you could run things like photoshop
20:59
autocad
21:00
and other things that would be virtually
21:03
impossible to run on a chromebook
21:05
because they need to be installed
21:08
so some one of some of those things are
21:12
the things that might not be possible
21:14
although if you do
21:16
have linux capabilities on your
21:18
chromebook
21:19
then you can install the linux version
21:21
of some of these softwares
21:22
and depending on how powerful your
21:24
computer is
21:25
you could install some really good linux
21:27
versions of some of this
21:29
programs yeah
21:33
we usually use that in uh the i.t world
21:37
uh to impersonate to go into someone's
21:40
computer to repair
21:42
if we had to actually access
21:45
their desktop we used to use that
21:49
that must have been what morphed into
21:52
the cloud solution
21:54
so it's in the management
21:59
foreign
22:02
yes and um that that's exactly
22:05
what i was going to say that it does
22:06
have a way to provide support
22:08
answers questions through a virtual
22:10
agent and on top of that
22:12
you could use a remote desktop to access
22:16
a live person helping somebody else
22:20
so yeah that's great
22:25
and what's coming soon for google
22:27
classroom there's a lot of things that
22:29
are coming
22:30
soon and upgrades um
22:33
some of these may be available like
22:36
right about now all of them or others
22:39
are going to come
22:40
in a bit later
22:44
but i'm sure you know that one of the
22:45
big ones that teachers ask for
22:47
is rtf
22:52
rich text formatting
22:56
yes and this is something that they've
22:59
been wanting for google classrooms for a
23:01
long time and it's been very difficult
23:04
to format this right they had to go to a
23:06
different website
23:08
to create some kind of unicode uh
23:11
text to bring it back it was very
23:14
difficult to do so hopefully
23:17
this comes soon original reports will be
23:20
available in new languages
23:24
which if you're teaching
23:27
language arts in different languages
23:31
like in my school we have our regular
23:34
english language arts but we also
23:36
have foreign language arts like spanish
23:42
come to think of it in my school we only
23:43
have spanish as a foreign language
23:45
arts but i'm sure that there's
23:49
other schools that have french or german
23:52
here in texas at least
23:57
classroom on android will be
24:01
available able to work offline
24:05
which means that once you have internet
24:07
access they will be able to synchronize
24:15
yes and this is something that our
24:18
students
24:18
really needed because some of my
24:20
students have internet access but not
24:22
all of them
24:23
and it was difficult for those that have
24:25
limited
24:26
or no internet access to be able to do
24:28
the work
24:29
they would have to go somewhere to do
24:32
the work
24:34
at least this way they would be able to
24:37
go to somewhere have their phone
24:40
synchronized or their android
24:42
tablet synchronized or chromebook for
24:44
that matter
24:46
and uh once they come back
24:50
they'll have access to all that
24:51
information submit
24:53
everything it's the teacher of course is
24:56
not going to get it right but
24:58
once they submit it uh they'll
25:01
go to somewhere where there's internet
25:03
access and then it gets
25:05
submitted and then after that the
25:07
teacher will get it it's not like it's
25:09
gonna magically appear out of nowhere
25:11
right
25:11
but it does have to be synchronized
25:13
through the internet at one point or
25:14
another
25:17
and track student engagement
25:23
all right so the next one
25:27
google cs first
25:31
if you have never heard of google cs
25:33
first
25:34
it's a really fun way of learning how to
25:37
code
25:38
using this program called scratch
25:41
scratch is web-based so there is
25:44
it's awesome for car for chromebooks
25:49
but now google cs first integrates
25:52
scratch seamlessly without having
25:56
to leave the website and go into a
25:59
different tab
26:00
or create another account with your
26:03
school account that's all you need and
26:05
everything is there
26:07
which was very difficult if you used
26:09
google cs first in the past
26:11
now that is easy easy to access i've
26:14
tried it with my class
26:16
it's just a breeze compared to what i
26:19
had to do in the past it was so
26:20
difficult before
26:24
beautiful you know uh some of our
26:26
teachers
26:27
monitor they use monitoring software so
26:30
they can
26:31
um help keep the students on
26:35
and uh keeping them in the same tab is
26:38
so helpful for
26:39
educators when they're especially when
26:41
you're doing something like coding
26:43
when you need this environment where
26:45
students can click on
26:47
this and make their mistakes and and
26:51
keep trying and and uh teachers can
26:54
monitor that
26:55
and it's so much easier to keep it all
26:57
in the same
26:59
thing it's great i think that's a great
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yeah yes that's awesome
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okay so next up
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is uh google me there's some updates
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coming up
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some of them are actually already
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available but
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these are this is what's coming soon if
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it's not available already
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now i've seen some of those already
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available but uh
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let me go through them ending the
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meeting for all
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now this already available
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and but one of the updates that is
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coming is including
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breakout rooms which breakout rooms is
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one of the paid
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tiers so if you don't have breakout
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rooms right now
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it's not going to matter much but at
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least the ending the meeting for all is
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available
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yeah more control
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on mobile devices so before
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well right now still there's uh you you
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still don't have enough control as to
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what you can do on a mobile device
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whenever you have a meeting
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it is very limited so hopefully more
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control
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controls will be available soon for
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mobile devices
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we have the ability to mute all
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or prevent unmuting which was a real
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problem i mute everybody
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and then somebody mutes themselves
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and they forget to mute themselves and
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it's just
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raise your hand you've seen that before
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the hand emoji
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but now excuse me yes the hand emoji but
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now it has
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other emojis available
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which is awesome it has uh this is
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fairly new
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and um i just saw this not so long ago
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i think there is um
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like a like a heart i don't remember
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exactly what they are
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at the moment i just saw it a few days
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ago i tried it out and i don't remember
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all of them but
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it's awesome and it's more than just
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yeah yeah indicating whether you
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understand nothing or you have a
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question uh it's more specific than the
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raise your hand
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yes oh the applause that's the one that
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i wanted to say
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there's the applause um
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emoji that's the one that i wanted to to
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remember but i couldn't remember so
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that's the one that i wanted to talk
29:46
about
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it has several including applause so you
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can instead of raise your hand
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applaud somebody
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okay now you can create breakout rooms
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from google calendar so ahead of time
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you can move people in google calendar
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set up a meeting
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and put those breakout rooms and again
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the breakout rooms are the paid version
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so
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if you have that you will be able to
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if you don't already use it from google
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calendar
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yeah that's going to save time
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especially when uh
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it's a large meeting and you want to
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make sure that people are with specific
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people if you're differentiating
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instruction then that's something that
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you really want to do
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make sure that it is properly mixed
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not just at random
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um
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yes especially if it's uh
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some of the groups as you mentioned that
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they choose their own partners
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then allowing for that to happen
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live captions in a new languages
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i think i tried it in spanish and it was
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working in spanish fairly well
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and soon to come attendance reports
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on better attendance reports
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on google meet
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okay so chrome gets an educational
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refresh
31:33
and it says available soon but i just
31:35
got the update which was a built-in
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screen recording app or tool
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so that's the one that i just talked
31:45
about at the very beginning
31:47
that i got that update and i can't wait
31:50
to try it out
31:51
to see how it works building screen
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recording
31:57
the other one that is uh very important
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is called uh
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pre-provision tokens for zero touch
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enrollment
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that's a mouthful but what that means is
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um
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normally the chromebooks would come to
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school
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then or to your school district then the
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technology department would have to
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enroll those chromebooks
32:22
to the the admin panel
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with pre-provision tokens you can create
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a pre-provision token on the admin panel
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give that token to your supplier your
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supplier will pre-enroll
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your chromebooks that way when they
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arrive they're already set up and ready
32:42
to go
32:44
yay that
32:47
is really good i remember
32:50
spending many hours with a scanner
32:53
scanning
32:54
the number of the book assigning it to
32:58
us
33:00
uh just doing all kinds of home stuff it
33:03
was a
33:04
sweet kind of we just uh
33:07
converged all new
33:18
yes that's something that is going to
33:20
save a lot of time especially in these
33:23
days that it was so
33:24
difficult to provide chromebooks for
33:26
everybody
33:29
something like this would have helped
33:30
right yeah
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okay so we had um
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we had this really nice vr experience
33:43
in the past and it's pretty much all
33:46
going out but i think it's integrating
33:50
with google arts and culture
33:53
so now there's a lot of educational
33:57
resources that you can find with google
34:00
arts and culture and
34:02
you can explore space physics
34:06
arts not just arts
34:09
and culture there's just a lot of
34:12
information there
34:13
vr ar that is going to help you
34:22
and um
34:25
all together yes
34:28
yeah pretty much uh integrating
34:30
everything that was uh
34:32
everything into google arts and culture
34:34
but making it more educational friendly
34:39
yeah so
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and one of the last things that i want
34:44
to talk about is
34:45
uh jamboard and and
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jamboard is soon going to have
34:53
uh history version history
34:58
the one thing that i understood from
35:00
this version history
35:02
is that it's not going to have the name
35:05
of the person
35:06
that made the change
35:11
i'm not sure why that is but virgin
35:14
history i know it was something that we
35:16
really needed and and many times
35:19
somebody made a mistake and it was just
35:21
nearly impossible to get back uh now it
35:24
has
35:24
version history but it still doesn't say
35:27
who
35:28
did the mistake and uh
35:31
if you work in middle school you know
35:33
why this is very important
35:36
yeah when when uh cards on jamboard
35:40
disappear
35:41
yeah that's uh or or you get 15 add on
35:44
to the end
35:51
now this is all i was able to find have
35:53
you seen anything recently
35:55
that in uh
35:59
google for google updates
36:06
uh nothing more just uh mainly the the
36:08
last one i saw was
36:10
about jam that was that was the big the
36:13
big one
36:14
and um people are putting out some
36:17
vertical templates
36:21
that i've noted well
36:24
maybe we could link some of those in the
36:27
the show notes
36:27
i can send you some just some written
36:30
splits for jamboard
36:32
that's awesome thank you i would really
36:34
appreciate that i know that jamboard
36:36
something
36:37
that is very recent that
36:40
if you didn't know jamboard now has the
36:42
ability to add backgrounds
36:46
so that is going to be a game changer
36:53
it's a great tool
36:55
it's a great tool yes all right
36:58
well uh let's move on to the last part
37:02
of this show
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okay so to end this i just want to say
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thank you so much for being here
37:23
um tell us again um where they can find
37:27
your show or a website you would like to
37:29
promote
37:33
okay sure
37:36
is chat with sandy and karen and it's
37:39
found
37:40
on all great podcast sources
37:43
and we also have a youtube channel of
37:45
the same name
37:48
you can find us on social media at
37:51
chat w s k once and uh that's that's
37:55
just kind of the current thing
37:57
and uh i just really appreciate you post
38:00
and uh i enjoyed having you we enjoyed
38:04
having you on uh
38:05
on our chat and uh you're welcome back
38:07
anytime
38:09
that's awesome definitely thank you so
38:12
much
38:12
and um thank you everybody for joining
38:16
i will see you on episode 38.
38:20
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38:23
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