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1Brandon Decker Cynthia Gobrogge Revere High School, Richfield, OH Catch Up with SketchUpBrandon DeckerCynthia GobroggeRevere High School, Richfield, OH
2Who are we? Brandon Decker—High school science teacher What technology have I used in the classroomHow it was used and how has it helped?Cynthia Gobrogge—Library Media Specialist, former HS English TeacherTeacher/LMS technology collaborations
3Google ResourcesWhat is SketchUp?What are Google Docs (Revere Apps)?
4SketchUp—Getting Started Download programWatch and review tutorialsWork within program to familiarize yourself with basic features
5SketchUp—Download Two Options 1. Download SketchUp (free) RecommendedStudents can also download at home2. Download SketchUp Pro (“extremely affordable” for students and schools)License required after free trial periodRevere received E-tech grant for Pro license
6Google Docs Accounts Tech department set up school domain: Revere Apps Students activate their accountsTeacher/LMS demonstrate Google Docs featuresGoogle Docs issues with uploads—main emphasis is collaborationUse to attachDomain overcomes outside issuesFreatures—collaboration, online chats, tracks changes, domain only
7Forensics Project Steps Downloaded the programSearched internet for videosFollowed along with videos while working in SketchUpUsed one of the videos to demonstrate features of SketchUpStudents worked along with video, pause and monitor students progress along the way (VIDEO)Student created SketchUps and collaboration on google docs.
8Obstacles Encountered Licensing. Couldn’t access SketchUp Pro.Working in 3D space can be challengingSome user issues we couldn’t immediately correct*Be flexible—Let students know you don’t expect their SketchUp designs to be perfect.I would write down issues as students encountered them and try to figure out how to remedy these issues on my own and have an answer by the end of the period or the next class meeting
9Lesson Ideas—SketchUp Language ArtsConstructing the Globe TheatreSet construction of scenes for plays such as Death of a Salesman, The Crucible, etc.Arial views of settings for town in To Kill a Mockingbird (fictional town of Maycomb, Alabama)Social StudiesConstructing digital historical buildings and museumsRecreating any locale from a historical perspective
10Lesson Ideas—SketchUp ScienceCells – Prokaryote and eukaryoteAnatomy – Examine organs in 3dAtoms – Atomic structure of moleculesMathGeometry- Teaching with 3d shapesSurface area volume
11Lesson Ideas—Google Docs All Subject AreasGroup projects—PPTs, papers, online interactionPeer editingStoring in the cloud and gmail—allows students to easily work at school and homeStudents can communicate with teacher via or chat
12Common Core Standards Fulfills several Common Core Standards: College and Career Readiness (CCR) Anchor Standards for Speaking and ListeningComprehension and CollaborationCCR Anchor Standards for LanguageAcademic and Content VocabularyWriting Standards for Literacy in Science
13Common Core Standards Students Who are College and Career Ready... use technology and digital media strategically and capablyare familiar with strengths and limitations of various technological toolscan use [tech. tools] bestsuited to theircommunication goalsStudents Who are College and Career Readyin Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, and LanguageThey use technology and digital media strategically and capably. Students employ technology thoughtfully to enhance their reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language use. They tailor their searches online to acquire useful information efficiently, and they integrate what they learn using technology with what they learn offline. They are familiar with the strengths and limitations of various technological tools and mediums and can select and use those best suited to their communication goals (Intro, pg. 7).
14Common Core Standards: Flexible Communication and Collaboration Students must learn to:work togetherexpress and listen carefully to ideasintegrate info from oral, visual, quantitative, and media sourcesevaluate what they hearuse media and visual displaysstrategically to help achievecommunicative purposesadapt speech to context & taskKey Features of the StandardsSpeaking and Listening: Flexible communication and collaborationIncluding but not limited to skills necessary for formal presentations, the Speaking and Listening standards require students to develop a range ofbroadly useful oral communication and interpersonal skills. Students must learn to work together, express and listen carefully to ideas, integrate informationfrom oral, visual, quantitative, and media sources, evaluate what they hear, use media and visual displays strategically to help achieve communicative purposes, and adapt speech to context and task (Intro, p. 8).
15QuestionsQuestions or Brainstorm for your classroom.
16Consulted Resources Websites and Video Links Google Website for EducatorsVideo Link—Getting Started with Google SketchUpLesson PlansLesson Ideasalso teacher explains why SketchUp is an effective classroom resource