The Flipped Learning model allows student access to concepts at any time of the day.

(A) True (B) False   A flipped classroom is a form of blended learning that aims to improve student interaction and learning by making students complete readings at home and focus on live problem-solving during class time. It brings tasks into the classroom, including those that were previously considered homework. Students in a flipped classroom […]

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Which of the following activities can be used to personalize learning in the classroom? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Student created websites to demonstrate understanding (B) Guest expert lecturers invited to speak to the whole class (C) Group-created slideshows to teach a concept (D) Google Forms to assess and inform formative learning   The following exercises can be used in the classroom to personalise learning: Students can understand concepts on their own with […]

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What are some examples of visual products students could create using Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals tools?

(A) Infographics (B) Flowcharts (C) Printed Media (Ex: Brochures) (D) Essay   Infographics, Flowcharts, and Printed Media such as Brochures, Prospectuses, and other visual products that students may build using Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals resources are some examples of visual products that students could create.

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Which app is like an online whiteboard that allows students to include various multimedia sources, items (some) from Drive, and annotate them?

(A) Google Slides (B) Google Jamboard (C) Google Forms (D) Google Drive   The Google Jamboard software is similar to an online whiteboard in that it allows students to annotate and include different multimedia sources as well as objects (some) from Google Drive.

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Making appointment slots is only available to users that are on a Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals and Work domains, but registering for someone else’s appointment slot is available to users with any Google account.

(A) True (B) False   This claim is accurate. Users on a Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals and Work domains can only create appointment slots; however, anybody with a Google account can register for anyone else’s appointment slot.

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In order to allow parents to see the new calendar, Mr. Jones must make it:

(A) Private (B) Local (C) Social (D) Public   Mr. Jones must make the latest calendar public in order for parents to see it. One of Google Calendar’s features is the ability to make all of its calendars available, allowing everyone to see activities regardless of whether or not they have a Google account.

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Guardian email summaries from Google Classroom are … (Select all that apply)

(A) on by default. (B) sent to guardians regularly (based on preferences). (C) limited to one guardian per learner. (D) available for setup to Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals teacher accounts.   Guardian email summaries from Google Classroom are sent to guardians on a daily basis depending on their preferences. When guardians enter Classroom, they […]

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By default, every user on Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals receives a personal calendar as well as a classroom calendar.

(A) True (B) False   This is a false assertion. By contrast, no one in Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals receives a personal calendar in addition to a classroom calendar. On Google Workspace for Education Basics, users just get a default Classroom calendar.

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