Google for Education Certified
Google Certiﬁed Educator Level 1– Practice Exam (Question 19)
Mr. Perry has bookmarked a large number of webpages in Chrome while researching class topics.
Unfortunately, he’s bookmarked so many that he’s struggling to find relevant content Quickly.
What can he do within the Bookmark manager of Chrome to simplify and organize his list of bookmarks?
- A. Delete bookmarks that are not urgently required and search for them again when they are needed.
- B. Use the search function in the Chrome Bookmark Manager.
- C. Rename and organize bookmarks into themed folders so they are labeled clearly.
- D. Create a Doc that lists all favorite websites with links.
Answer: B, C
Mr. Swanson’s politics students had to create a blog about their policies if they were elected to be on the school’s student council.
One student received a nasty response from an online user she doesn’t know.
What advice should Mr. Swanson give her to overcome this type of response?
- A. Check and change privacy settings on her blog to see if she had shared it with just members of her school or with the public.
- B. Document the user’s details.
- C. Block the person from accessing the blog.
- D. Report the incident to a member of staff if it happens again.
- E. Respond directly to the person and challenge their comments.
- F Search for the user through other online networks and retaliate there.
Answer: A, B, C, D
Ms. Garcia has divided her class into groups to work on different geography projects.
Each group will present their project to the class using Google Slides.
What are some benefits of using Slides in group projects?
- A. Students can browse and copy slides created by any student at any other school.
- B. Students can edit speaker notes to help improve each other’s presentation delivery.
- C. Students can comment on slides to provide feedback for their group members.
- D. Students can collaborate on the slide desk at the same time.
- E. Students can import videos from YouTube or a Drive folder they’ve shared with each other without additional software.