In this section you will find graphic organizers that you can use with most grade levels and departments., note: to type on these documents you will have to "file" "make a copy", which will add it to your google drive..
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Eric has created 30 free google drawings graphic organizers. read his post below:.
"Several years ago when I started making webinars, my first one was on creating Graphic Organizers with Google Drawings . This was before I had started the this blog, so I never really shared all of that information in an official blog post. Until now..."
"Graphic organizers are a great tool to share information, explain a concept, or illustrate a relationship using elements including images, shapes, text, colors, and connecting lines. They can be used in education with any age group or subject area."
"There are many excellent tools for creating graphic organizers. Some are installable programs, while others are online. Some are free, while other cost money. Educators and students should be encouraged to try out many different tools to determine what works best for them and for specific situations."
"However, one great choice for graphic organizers is Google Drawings . See below for directions on how to create graphic organizers with Google Drawings (including a help guide and a recorded webinar ) as well as 30 free sample graphic organizers that you can copy, use, and modify as needed."
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30 free google drawings graphic organizers.
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I have recommended your collection to quite a few people. Wondering why you don't include some of your other creations in this list, such as your Twitter template?
Aaron, you are right, I have a bunch of other templates as well. However, for this post I just decided to focus on graphic organizers (although I guess even that could have a broader definition that what I went with). Thanks for sharing!
Eric, these are awesome! We are 1:1 with iPads, have you had any success with these on that device? Usually we use Macbooks when working with Google Drawings, but I'd love to use in a more broad way. Thanks for sharing!
Love it. Thanks so much for this valuable post.
Another reason to use drawings to create graphic organizers as a prewriting activity is that they embed directly into a Google doc so students can easily refer to them while writing. Students can remove the drawings from the document before turning it in or keep the GO in the doc for teacher reference.
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Posted by Jeff Herb | Oct 15, 2017 | Classroom Tech , Featured , G Suite , Google Apps | 1 |
As more schools continue to adopt 1:1 in their buildings, the desire to reduce paper and enable ease of sharing within a students’ and teachers’ workflow has greatly increased. Awhile ago, we published a post that had several Google Apps templates for things like instagram posts, facebook pages, tweets, and more. That has been a very popular post and many of you have requested additional templates for use with things like graphic organizers and popular educational models (Frayer, for instance).
While I am a huge advocate of not confining ourselves to using one handout or constraining thinking into one format, providing students with an assortment of tools that will allow them to organize their thinking in a way that makes sense allows for student choice, differentiation, and individualization.
Consider providing the tools below as options for kids to help organize their thinking. And, since they live within the Google Apps ecosystem, they are extremely easy to share with groups of students or directly back with the teacher.
Have a template that you’d like to see created? Leave me a note in the comments.
As always, the “Preview” link will show you the template, the “Copy” link will force copy the doc into your Drive, automatically.
Bubble Map: Preview | Copy
Click the image to copy to your Google Drive.
Compare/Contrast Matrix: Preview | Copy
Flowchart: Preview | Copy
Frayer Model: Preview | Copy
Storyboard: Preview | Copy
Timeline: Preview | Copy
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Wheel: Preview | Copy
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A graphic organizer that helps to organize information and ideas in a clear and concise manner. It has eight stages of graphic organizer such as Interactive, Innovative, experimental, Integrative, Inquiry Based, Varied, Constructivist and Collaborative. Has been found to enhance learning and retention, making them an effective tool for students, professionals, and individuals in a variety of settings. The template can be used for virtual or in-person gatherings and can easily be customized to fit the specific needs of your team.
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Most teachers are comfortable establishing relationships and community in a face-to-face environment. After all, this is where they often have the most experience. However, when school takes place in a virtual or hybrid environment, you may need to rethink some of your strategies. If possible, develop strategies and activities that can be modified and adapted to work in a variety of learning environments. Below are some community building examples to try.
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