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Teacher Tech Tips (2021 Version)

Teacher Tech Tips (2021 Version)

This presentation was given at the start of the 2021 Spring Teacher Training program at Jeonju University. With this presentation, I coupled together (and updated) a few of my most well-used presentations for the program, including a PPT on Internet Security, the previous Teacher Tech Tips, and an overview of some of the technology options we had for things to study in the course.

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Aaron Snowberger

March 09, 2021
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  1. Teacher Tech Tips 2021 Aaron Snowberger • Google Certified Trainer

    • Adobe Creative Educator
  2. Menu Productivity Security 2 Technology

  3. 1. Security 🏠 On / Offline

  4. 1. Phishing 4 👈

  5. All about Phishing Do you know someone who has been

    scammed? What happened? What is the purpose of a scam? What are some tricks people use? What kinds of personal information might someone try to get? How do they get it? 5 • Need to verify account information • Sense of urgency • Spelling errors • Alert that your account is in trouble • Link in email or attachment • Too good to be true • Generic greeting
  6. Features of a phishing email 6 • Need to verify

    account information • Sense of urgency • Spelling errors • Alert that your account is in trouble • Link in email or attachment • Too good to be true • Generic greeting
  7. Features of a phishing email 7 • Need to verify

    account information • Sense of urgency • Spelling errors • Alert that your account is in trouble • Link in email or attachment • Too good to be true • Generic greeting
  8. Features of a phishing email 8 • Need to verify

    account information • Sense of urgency • Spelling errors • Alert that your account is in trouble • Link in email or attachment • Too good to be true • Generic greeting 👈
  9. 2. Hacking 9 👈

  10. Password Security 10 “Keep calm and speak Leet”

  11. Password Tips NO • Dictionary / common words • Short

    • Easy to guess info 11 YES • $ymbol$, etc • Long • Patterns • Passphrase
  12. Bad passwords 12 123456, password, qwerty, baseball, dragon, football, monkey,

    letmein, abc123, 111111, mustang, access, shadow, master, michael, superman, 696969, 123123, batman, trustno1
  13. Good passwords 13 Quit@smoking4ever Save4trip@thailand MovE@2newPlac3

  14. 14

  15. 15

  16. SSO vs. Traditional Login ➡ 16 🔑

  17. How does SSO work? 17 Site = Okta Browser =

    User Agent Facebook = Social ID Provider
  18. How does SSO work? 18 Site = Okta Browser =

    User Agent Facebook = Social ID Provider
  19. How does SSO work? 19 Site = Okta Browser =

    User Agent Facebook = Social ID Provider
  20. How does SSO work? 20 🔑 Site = Okta Browser

    = User Agent Facebook = Social ID Provider
  21. How does SSO work? 21 🔑 Site = Okta Browser

    = User Agent Facebook = Social ID Provider
  22. How does SSO work? 22 Site = Okta Browser =

    User Agent Facebook = Social ID Provider 🚪
  23. How does email login work? ➡ 23 This is what

    Facebook is doing for you, behind the scenes.
  24. Pros & Cons ➡ PROS • Easy / streamlined •

    No password (PW fatigue) • Verified profile • Accurate, updated info • Linked accounts • Reduced overhead from failed logins • Less abandonment • Greater adoption CONS • Security ◦ Data breaches (hacking) ◦ Bad password practices • Privacy ◦ Targeted ads ◦ Accessible social data (“open”) 24
  25. 25 👈

  26. 3. Social Engineering 26 👈

  27. YOU are always the weakest link Methods ▪ Pretexting ▪

    Diversion theft ▪ Phishing ▪ Baiting ▪ Quid pro quo ▪ Tailgating ▪ Other types Tactics I ▪ Target & attack ▪ By phone ▪ Dumpster diving ▪ Online social engineering ▪ Persuasion Tactics II ▪ Familiarity exploit ▪ Creating a hostile situation ▪ Gathering and using information ▪ Get a job there ▪ Reading body language 27
  28. Security: Protect yourself 1. Be skeptical (trust no one) 2.

    Don’t open suspicious emails 3. Mark as “Spam” or “Junk” 4. Don’t click links (hover / copy-paste) 5. Check URLs (https) 6. Don’t enter personal info 7. Call customer service 8. Create strong passwords 9. Install security patches / updates 28 🏠
  29. 2. Productivity 🏠 Work harder not smarter

  30. 1. Useful Tricks Browser Tricks 1. CTRL + SHIFT +

    N 2. CTRL + SHIFT + T 3. Gmail: C 4. Gmail: SHIFT + ? 5. ALT + SHIFT + 5 (Google) 6. Multiple Users Windows 1. CTRL + ALT + DELETE 2. CTRL + SHIFT + ESC 3. Win + ← 4. Win + → 5. Win + L 6. Win + P 7. PrtSc (Lightshot app) Text Editing 1. CTRL + V 2. CTRL + SHIFT + V 3. CTRL + K 4. CTRL + Z 5. CTRL + SHIFT + Z
  31. 1. Useful Tricks CTRL + SHIFT + N

  32. 1. Useful Tricks { CTRL + SHIFT + T (reopen

    closed tab)
  33. 1. Useful Tricks Compose: Windows 1. CTRL + ALT +

    DELETE 2. CTRL + SHIFT + ESC 3. Win + ← 4. Win + → Gmail: C (Turn on Keyboard Shortcuts) Compose:
  34. 1. Useful Tricks Browser Tricks 1. CTRL + SHIFT +

    N 2. CTRL + SHIFT + T 3. Gmail: C 1. Text Editing 1. CTRL + V 2. CTRL + SHIFT + V 3. CTRL + K Compose: Gmail: SHIFT + ? (View Keyboard Shortcuts)
  35. 1. Useful Tricks Compose:

  36. 1. Useful Tricks Browser Tricks 1. CTRL + SHIFT +

    N 2. CTRL + SHIFT + T 3. Gmail: C 4. Gmail: SHIFT + ? 5. ALT + SHIFT + 5 (Google) 6. Multiple Users Windows 1. CTRL + ALT + DELETE 2. CTRL + SHIFT + ESC 3. Win + ← 4. Win + → 5. Win + L 6. Win + P 7. PrtSc (Lightshot app) Text Editing 1. CTRL + V 2. CTRL + SHIFT + V 3. CTRL + K 4. CTRL + Z 5. CTRL + SHIFT + Z
  37. 1. Useful Tricks CTRL + ALT + DELETE

  38. 1. Useful Tricks 1. CTRL + SHIFT + ESC

  39. 1. Useful Tricks Browser Tricks 1. CTRL + SHIFT +

    N 2. CTRL + SHIFT + T 3. Gmail: C 1. Text Editing 1. CTRL + V 2. CTRL + SHIFT + V 3. CTRL + K CTRL + SHIFT + N
  40. 1. Useful Tricks

  41. 1. Useful Tricks

  42. 1. Useful Tricks Projector

  43. 1. Useful Tricks

  44. 1. Useful Tricks

  45. 1. Useful Tricks Browser Tricks 1. CTRL + SHIFT +

    N 2. CTRL + SHIFT + T 3. Gmail: C 4. Gmail: SHIFT + ? 5. ALT + SHIFT + 5 (Google) 6. Multiple Users Windows 1. CTRL + ALT + DELETE 2. CTRL + SHIFT + ESC 3. Win + ← 4. Win + → 5. Win + L 6. Win + P 7. PrtSc (Lightshot app) Text Editing 1. CTRL + V 2. CTRL + SHIFT + V 3. CTRL + K 4. CTRL + Z 5. CTRL + SHIFT + Z
  46. 1. Useful Tricks Browser Tricks 1. CTRL + SHIFT +

    N 2. CTRL + SHIFT + T 3. Gmail: C Windows 1. CTRL + ALT + DELETE 2. CTRL + SHIFT + ESC 3. Win + ← 4. Win + → Text Editing 1. CTRL + V 2. CTRL + SHIFT + V 3. CTRL + K CTRL + SHIFT + N CTRL + V
  47. 1. Useful Tricks Browser Tricks 1. CTRL + SHIFT +

    N 2. CTRL + SHIFT + T 3. Gmail: C Windows 1. CTRL + ALT + DELETE 2. CTRL + SHIFT + ESC 3. Win + ← 4. Win + → Text Editing 1. CTRL + V 2. CTRL + SHIFT + V 3. CTRL + K CTRL + SHIFT + N CTRL + SHIFT + V
  48. 1. Useful Tricks Browser Tricks 1. CTRL + SHIFT +

    N 2. CTRL + SHIFT + T 3. Gmail: C Windows 1. CTRL + ALT + DELETE 2. CTRL + SHIFT + ESC 3. Win + ← 4. Win + → Text Editing 1. CTRL + V 2. CTRL + SHIFT + V 3. CTRL + K CTRL + SHIFT + N CTRL + K (HyperlinK)
  49. 1. Useful Tricks Browser Tricks 1. CTRL + SHIFT +

    N 2. CTRL + SHIFT + T 3. Gmail: C Windows 1. CTRL + ALT + DELETE 2. CTRL + SHIFT + ESC 3. Win + ← 4. Win + → Text Editing 1. CTRL + V 2. CTRL + SHIFT + V 3. CTRL + K CTRL + SHIFT + N CTRL + Z (Undo)
  50. 1. Useful Tricks Browser Tricks 1. CTRL + SHIFT +

    N 2. CTRL + SHIFT + T 3. Gmail: C Windows 1. CTRL + ALT + DELETE 2. CTRL + SHIFT + ESC 3. Win + ← 4. Win + → Text Editing 1. CTRL + V 2. CTRL + SHIFT + V 3. CTRL + K CTRL + SHIFT + N CTRL + SHIFT + Z (Redo)
  51. 2. Acceptable Use Policies (Guidelines) 1. Keep it professional 2.

    Your school / company owns it (email, hardware, etc) 3. Scheduling / socializing with students outside school hours (messaging, etc) 4. Keep door codes / computer passwords safe (avoid shoulder surfing) 5. Zero-tolerance policy for … bullying, …? 51 🏠
  52. 3. Technology 🏠 Your new app library

  53. Your New App Library 53

  54. Classroom ➡ • Google Classroom is an online platform for

    distributing and collecting student work through the Google ecosystem. 54 • Publish
  55. Docs ➡ • Google Docs allows multiple students to easily

    edit, comment on, and view a single document in real time. 55 • Collaborate • Publish • Create Books / Journals
  56. Sheets ➡ • Google Sheets is an online spreadsheet tool

    that is useful for making schedules, calendars, lists, graphs, charts, and gradebooks. 56 • Collaborate • Publish
  57. Slides ➡ • Google Slides is an online collaborative and

    visual space that allows students to create and share. 57 • Collaborate • Publish • Image Editing • Create Books / Journals • Create Presentations
  58. Drawings ➡ • Google Drawings is a free online graphic

    design tool that allows you to quickly create graphics, charts, and logos. 58 • Collaborate • Publish • Create Images
  59. Forms ➡ • Google Forms is a G Suite app

    through which you collect student responses and then display them as graphs and a spreadsheet, creating a quick and easy way to view data. 59 • Show what you know / Formative Assessment
  60. Sites ➡ • Google Sites is a collaborative web page

    creation platform in the G Suite of products. 60 • Collaborate • Publish • Digital Portfolios
  61. YouTube ➡ • YouTube is a video-hosting website that allows

    users to upload, view, share, edit, and comment on videos. It is also a powerful search engine and lets students subscribe to your channels. 61 • Create Videos • Publish
  62. Audacity ➡ • Audacity is an easy-to-use, multi-track audio editor

    and recorder for Windows, macOS, GNU/Linux and other operating systems. Developed by a group of volunteers as open source. 62 • Create Audio Files
  63. Blogger ➡ • Blogger is a Google-owned bogging platform that

    you and your students can use to regularly update a learning log, class journal, or website. 63 • Publish • Show What you know / Formative Assessment
  64. Book Creator ➡ • Book Creator is a website and

    iOS app that allows students to create books, comics, journals, and authentic learning artifacts, which they can then publish online for others to view and read. 64 • Collaborate • Publish • Create Books / Journals • Digital Portfolios • Create Audio Files • Show What you know / Formative Assessment
  65. Book Widgets ➡ • Create interactive exercises and automatically graded

    test, assign them to your students, and give constructive feedback. (GC integration). 65 • Publish • Show What you know / Formative Assessment
  66. Canva ➡ • Canva is a free online graphic design

    platform that allows you to quickly create professional, customized graphics. In the company’s own words, it’s “an amazingly simple graphic design tool.” 66 • Image Editing • Create Presentations
  67. Code.org ➡ • Every student in every school should have

    the opportunity to learn computer science. 40%. of U.S. students have accounts on Code.org 67 • Collaborate • Solve Problems • Create Presentations • Create Videos • Create Games
  68. Explain Everything ➡ • Explain Everything is a whiteboard app

    that lets you draw, create content, import most file formats, record and narrate everything happening on your screen, and export the captured response or video to anywhere. 68 • Collaborate • Publish • Image Editing • Create Books / Journals • Create Presentations • Create Audio Files • Screencast
  69. Flipgrid ➡ • Flipgrid is a video-response platform using grids

    where students go to view posted topics, record their responses, and reply to their classmates. 69 • Create Videos • Publish • Create Audio Files • Show what you know / Formative Assessment
  70. Formative ➡ • Formative is a powerful web-based tool that’s

    perfect for gathering information about student learning. It offers students multiple ways to respond, including the ability to write on their screens. This then allows them to see the process they went through to solve a problem, such as a math equation. 70 • Show what you know / Formative Assessment
  71. Kahoot ➡ • KAHOOT! is a game-based learning platform that

    brings engagement and fun to 1+ billion players every year at school, at work, and at home. Create your own quizzes (kahoots) in seconds, play anywhere, anytime, on your own or with friends, have fun and LEARN! 71 • Show What you know / Formative Assessment
  72. Metaverse ➡ • Create Magic In Your Classroom. Thousands of

    teachers and students are creating AR (Augmented Reality) in their classrooms. It is so easy to create that grade school kids can do it. 72 • Show What you know / Formative Assessment
  73. OBS ➡ • Free and open source software for video

    recording and live streaming. Download and start streaming quickly and easily on Windows, Mac or Linux. 73 • Create Videos • Create Presentations
  74. Padlet ➡ • Padlet is both a website and a

    Chrome extension that lets you create a blank digital wall where you can gather student work, answers, or any other type of information that will help inform your teaching and serve as a baseline for upcoming instruction. 74 • Collaborate • Publish
  75. Plickers ➡ • Plickers lets you poll your class for

    free, without the need for student devices. Just give each student a card (a “paper clicker”), and use your Android smartphone or tablet to scan them to do instant checks-for-understanding, exit tickets, and impromptu polls. 75 • Show What you know / Formative Assessment
  76. Quizizz ➡ • QUIZIZZ: Free gamified quizzes for every subject

    to play in class and at home. Pick an existing quiz or create your own for review, formative assessment, and more. 76 • Show What you know / Formative Assessment
  77. Quizlet ➡ • Quizlet makes simple learning tools that let

    you study anything. Start learning today with flashcards, games and learning tools — all for free. 77 • Show What you know / Formative Assessment
  78. ReCap App ➡ • Recap is an app that encourages

    students to verbalize their thoughts and more deeply reflect on their learning by regularly creating video reflections using provided questions as prompts. 78 • Create Videos • Publish • Create Audio Files • Show what you know / Formative Assessment
  79. Screencastify ➡ • Screencastify is a Chrome extension that captures

    and records all of the screen activity that takes place within a tab, including the audio. 79 • Create Videos • Show what you know / Formative Assessment • Screencast
  80. Seesaw ➡ • Seesaw is a comprehensive, easy to use

    digital portfolio app and website. 80 • Create Videos • Publish • Digital Portfolios • Create Audio Files • Show what you know / Formative Assessment • Screencast
  81. Socrative ➡ • Socrative is a website and app that

    allows you to quickly gather information about your students’ learning in the form of closed- and open-ended questions. 81 • Show what you know / Formative Assessment
  82. Soundtrap ➡ • Soundtrap is a collaborative digital audio workstation

    that allows you and your students to create sound recordings. 82 • Collaborate • Publish • Create Audio Files • Show what you know / Formative Assessment
  83. WeVideo ➡ • WeVideo is a web-based video creation platform.

    83 • Collaborate • Create Videos • Publish • Show what you know / Formative Assessment
  84. Talk and Comment ➡ • Talk and Comment is a

    Chrome extension that (once installed) lives on the right or middle side of every website, including Google Docs and Slides. It gives students the ability to leave voice notes in any page with a web address. 84 • Create Audio Files
  85. Zoom ➡ • Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise

    video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, chat, and webinars. 85 • Create Videos • Create Audio Files • Create Presentations 🏠
  86. 86 Thanks! Any questions? You can find me at: ▪

    aaron.kr 🏠