|Prescriptive teaching methods that do not allow for teacher creativity in class instruction or materials||Students given access to different types of information from a range of sources for enhanced problem-solving|
|Students limited to school hours when working with other students on collaborative projects||The ability to collaborate remotely in real-time with peers on group projects|
|Standardized teaching resources for all students regardless of learning speeds and abilities||Access to resources and information relevant for different learning speeds|
|High volume of printing for assignments and worksheets, and photocopying from textbooks for take-home resources||Lower printing and copier costs with online resources and file storage|
Other Google Certified Educator Level 1 Question Answers
Mr. Bentley finds it easy to use Google Docs, Sheets and Slides in his classroom as they are very similar to other programs he’s used in the past. He overhears his colleague Ms. Bernard talk about using Google Forms as well, but isn’t sure how it’s relevant in a school environment. Which of the following are relevant uses for Google Forms in education?
Mr. Murakami leaves written notes with motivational quotes for his students by writing them on paper and leaving them in different locations in his classroom. Occasionally his students will claim they didn’t get a note or admit that they lost it. What can he do to overcome the issue and still send these motivational messages?
Mr. Brixham is the principal at a large school and receives an overwhelming volume of emails from teachers, support staff, students, parents, and the school district governors. He often struggles to find important emails quickly. How can he use the search function in Gmail to locate emails more efficiently?