Publishing online is so easy, you can jot your thoughts down and share them with the world in minutes. Constantly publishing a well-written and widely-read blog, however, takes far more work—much. Here are some tips about how to open PDF in Google Docs. To use Markdown: Go to your editor preferences (via the user menu) and select 'Plain text area' Click the 'Save changes' button; Select 'Markdown format' from the dropdown menu below any text entry area. Emphasising Text. You can add three levels of emphasis with Markdown, italic text, bold text, or bold and italic text.
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- If you look at the file details for the blue-icon Markdown files and the non-blue-icon files, they probably have different file types. Below are two.md files; the first was saved in Windows Notepad and uploaded, and the second was created in Google Docs.
- Docs to Markdown (GD2md-html) converts Google Docs to simple, readable Markdown or HTML. Now open-source! This add-on allows you to create documents using the excellent editing and collaborative.
Docs Templates for Students and Teachers
Don't miss the fantastic templates provided by Todd Roth.
What is Google Docs?
Google Docs Homepage
Google Docs for Educators
Interactive Overview (with Links to Help Pages):
Spreadsheets(A few volunteers can join me in a new spreadsheet.)
Forms(Everyone can complete a demo form - see below...)
NEW:Drawingsare also included in Google Docs (but we won't cover these).
Google Docs Help Center(For getting started on your own...)
Here's the Core 'Magic' (or what makes Google Docs better than a desktop office suite):
- Web-Based (In The Cloud)
- Sharing(and Sharing Folders)
- Using a document for shared notes, meeting minutes, resources, or lesson plans.
- Using a presentation for shared materials - or presenting data.
- Using a spreadsheet for sharing and analyzing data.
Publish the file and add the lead learner as a collaborator. Links to the files will be added below. One member of each small group will present the file to the large group.
Demonstration: Self Grading Quiz (Your answer to the last question on the survey will be graded!)
Markdown Sync Google Docs
- A Teacher (or Student) Observation Form
- A WASC Data Collection Form
- An Awards Nomination Form
- A Professional Development Evaluation
- A Staff or Community Survey
- A PLC Team Meeting Form
- Team Smart Goal
- Strategies and Action Steps
- Evidence of Effectiveness
- Advanced: A Self-Grading Quiz
Send the 'live form' link to colleagues so they can fill out your form.
Share the results with colleagues or publish them as a web page.
Optional: Create (and publish) charts of the results.
One member of each small group will present the form to the large group.
Activity 4: Create a self-grading quiz! (Time permitting)
Solicit sample answers from other participants.
Create an IF formula for each question to 'grade' the question. (Each IF formula needs to be in a new column.)
Fill Down so that the IF formulas you've written can 'grade' all the responses at once!
Advanced: Create a SUM formula to total up the total score for each person that took the quiz. Then create another formula to calculate the percentage. Finally, create a nested IF formula to convert the percentages to letter grades!
Time Permitting: Share your quiz with the lead learner. Links to the quizes will be added below.
BONUS: Using Google Docs and Forms on a Mobile Device
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Accessing your Google Docs on a Mobile Device