Google Docs & Forms Module Facilitator’s Guide
Full Day – Six Hours
Changes Highlighted in Red

Overview\Goals:
This session will provide guidance in using revision tools found online with your students and peers. Participants will create online documents and forms and work collaboratively to revise them. Revision is a critical piece of the writing process—and of your classroom curriculum. The sharing features of Google Docs/Forms enable you and your students to decide exactly who can access and edit documents. You’ll find that Google Docs/Forms helps promote group work and peer editing skills, and encourages multiple revisions and peer editing both for your students and when collaborating with your peers.

Equipment and materials needed by Facilitator:
Computer with: Internet access
Connection to projector
· Computer with: Internet access if required
· Connection to projector if required
· Google account
· Google websites to explore to enhance your lesson - http://tieGoogle.wikispaces.com/Web+Sites

Files to be used: (Most can be found on “Teach Collaborative Revision with Google Docs” at http://www.google.com/educators/weeklyreader.html):
· Google Docs & Spreadsheets (cribsheet.docs3)
· Teacher Crib Sheet for Docs (WR_cribsheet)
· Collaborative Revision with Google Docs (WR_revisingguide)
· Writing Buddy (writingbuddy14)
· Top Ten Tips for Revision (top1018)
· Grammar Slammer (grammarslammer)
· Revision Checklist (checklist22)
· You Be the Editor (skills drill | skills drill key)
· Revise This (WR_revisethis)
· Teaching Revision (WR_guide)
· Collaborative Revision Checklist (WR_collaborative_checklist)
· Lesson Plan Template

Equipment and materials needed by participant:
Computer with: Internet access
· Agenda Computer with: Internet access
· Agenda
· Printer
· Gmail account or other webmail you can check during the workshop
Handouts:: (from http://www.google.com/educators/weeklyreader.html)
· Google Docs & Spreadsheets (cribsheet.docs3)
· Teacher Crib Sheet for Docs (WR_cribsheet)
· Collaborative Revision with Google Docs (WR_revisingguide)
· Writing Buddy (writingbuddy14)
· Top Ten Tips for Revision (top1018)
· Grammar Slammer (grammarslammer)
· Revision Checklist (checklist22)
· You Be the Editor (skills drill | skills drill key)
· Revise This (WR_revisethis)
· Teaching Revision (WR_guide)
· Collaborative Revision Checklist (WR_collaborative_checklist)
· Lesson Plan Template

Expectations
No partial credit for participation in the session.
Use positive cooperative learning skills during the session.
Expect to share and learn from others.
Ask for group expectations (trainer discretion), i.e. parking lot/question board.

Objectives: Upon completion of the session participants will:
1. Participants will understand benefits of collaborative revision to student learning.
2. Participants will use Google Docs to create online editable documents.
3. Participants will learn to use revision guides to teach students online revision.
4. Participants will demonstrate through discussion and the creation of a lesson plan the successful integration of document revision into their curricular instruction.
5. Participants will use GoogleForms to create forms to enhance their data collection strategies.
6. Participants will use Google Forms to create online quizzes.
7. Participants will embed forms and/or docs into websites.

Procedure: Pre-instructional Preparation [15 min] 7:45 – 8:00
· Set up laptop/presentation computer with projector.
· On the projection computer open and minimize your agenda
· Log into Google Docs.
· On the projection computer open and minimize the resource websites found at:
docs.google.com
http://www.google.com/educators/weeklyreader.html

Welcome and introductions [15 min] – 8:00 – 8:15
Discuss goals and objectives for session.

Illustration of Google Docs and Literacy Discussion: Whole Group [30 min] - 8:15 – 8:45
· Distribute and review handouts: (Consider sharing these documents as part of your google account in a file folder – demonstrates right off how to share documents and file folders)
§ Agenda
§ Google Docs & Spreadsheets
§ Teacher Crib Sheet for Docs
§ Collaborative Revision with Google Docs
§ Writing Buddy
§ Top Ten
§ Grammar Slammer
§ Revision Checklist
§ Skills Drill and Keys
§ Revise This
§ Educators’ Guide
§ Revision Checklist for Google Docs
§ Lesson Plan
· Instructor should have several docs ready in Google Docs to show features of word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation capabilities.

Google Docs' Revision Tools: Guided Practice and/or Independent Work [60 min] 8:45 – 9:45
· Using Teacher Crib Sheet for Docs, go through steps for creating account in Google Docs (Participants will need an email address for this part.).
· Follow Teacher Crib Sheet for Docs to learn procedures for creating, saving, printing (steps 3-6).
· Still following Teacher Crib Sheet for Docs, learn procedures for inserting comments and making revisions.
· Show step-by-step instructions of how to create a GoogleDoc.

BREAK – 9:45 - 10:00

Sharing Google Docs: Guided Practice [30 min] 10:00 – 10:30
· Using Collaborative Revision with Google Docs, practice sharing docs and using revising tools
Collaborative Revision: Guided Practice [30 min] 10:30 – 11:00
· Use the following handouts to review writing tips:
· Writing Buddy
· Top 10
· WR_Collaborative Checklist
· Checklist22

Independent & Cooperative Groups: Learning the Process of Creating Google Forms & Explore other web sites [1 hour] – 11:00 – 12:00

· Create a google form for others to enter data.
· Embed the form into the tiegoogle website and/or email the form to participants.
· Enter data into others created forms.
· Cooperative learning activity – break up into groups of 3 or 4 – assign groups and explore other websites that relate to googledocs and forms on the tiegoogle website.

Lunch – 12:00 – 12:30

Google Docs Practice: Cooperative Work [60 min]
Collaborative Practice & Revision: Cooperative Work [60 min 75 min] 12:30 – 1:45
· Everyone should create at least one word processing file, one spreadsheet, and one presentation and one form for practice. (Use the Revise This sentences for grammar practice.)
· Share your word processing file and other files and forms either collaboratively through googledocs or by embedding or adding links to the tiegoogle web page.
· Make revisions in at least two other people's files.
· Participants will create docs (using Google Docs) for use in classroom setting. They should collaborate online to have completed documents to take with them for use in the classroom.

Break – 1:45 – 2:00

Lesson plan overview: Whole group [15 min]
Create the lesson plan: Independent Work [30 min]
Independent and/or Collaborative Work: Create lesson plans: Guided work & independent work [1 hour] – 2:00 – 3:00

Collaborative Revision: Cooperative Work [60 min]
· Maximize the Lesson Plan template on the projector. Switch between outline and diagram view so that participants can see difference. They will prepare a lesson plan for using collaborative revision and/or forms in their classrooms.
· Have all open the template. Share the template using the collaborative features of GoogleDocs. Have them copy the document to their resources. They need to add a section for frameworks. Since participants should have curriculum resources and a full day to work, their lesson plans will be thorough and they should include the frameworks addressed (http://arkansased.org/teachers/frameworks.html) or http://arkansased.org Curriculum (on left) > Frameworks.
· Participants will create docs and forms (using Google Docs) for use in classroom setting. They should collaborate online to have completed documents to take with them for use in the classroom.
· Participants will use the Lesson Plan Template and Lesson Plan Rubric and will create and develop GoogleDocs and/or GoogleForms for classroom use. Participants should develop their lesson plan(s). They should create any student worksheets, instructional materials, templates, etc. with the lesson plan. The saved document will be emailed to their preferred account or saved on a travel drive if available. Encourage them to prepare more than one lesson and/or work with teachers of other disciplines to include interdisciplinary activities for students.
· Participants will upload and/or embed and/or share GoogleDocs and/or GoogleForms and/or lesson plans to the tiegoogle wiki to share with other educators across the state. – http://tiegoogle.wikispaces.com
· Participants will complete the reflection form to report out on the entire googledocs and googleforms module.

Cooperative Groups &/or Post session assessment: Further discussions [15 minutes] – 3:00 – 3:15

Participants will share products they have developed with the group.
Discussion Questions: Guide participants in discussion of goals of the session. Explore how these goals will impact instruction and student learning. Adapt discussion goals as necessary to correlate with session objectives.
  • Discuss and brainstorm further applications of GoogleDocs & GoogleForms.
  • Discuss and share how GoogleDocs & GoogleForms can be added to web pages
  • Discuss other websites and information explored and discovered during the day.

Discussion and Closing [15 minutes] – 3:15 – 3:30
  • Evaluations
  • Clean up room.
  • Participants should take home all created documents or creations
· All documents should be saved and located on their googledocs created account.