My workshop for #MMVC19 is ready for delivery at 1400 UTC today. I have written it out what I intend to do at this Google Doc, https://docs.google.com/document/d/11GHi_E7u1yfcgsOW7DapcjLr9O9OCWKID3eQm3K9ljA/edit?usp=sharing.
You can access the slides here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1DU67TWYqF2MxW0h36Js23upkTZKlw7oLsmVoi5nEUH8/edit?usp=sharing.
If planning to attend, please help me simulate a class for the workshop by doing this:
- Create a document in Google Docs
- Title it MMVC19 and your name
- Briefly, in just two or three sentences, introduce yourself, tell me why you are here, and what you hope to learn in this workshop
- Share your document, for editing, with vancestev which is my Google account.
Thank you, and hope to see you there.
I´ve sent you my Google Doc. Hope you have received it.
See you very shortly.
Thanks for your amazing presentation and workshop. The point about using voice-to-text feature is really useful for classrooms. Google Docs has great features.
Thank you, both, and glad you found the presentation useful.
Now you can see the complete show notes: write-up, link to the slides, read the chat logs, and at some point replay the video, from where I blogged the event as Learning2gether episode 417
Hope to see you again here soon in the not too distant future,