Google Certified Educator Level 2 Advanced Training Answers 2020

This exam is also known as Google for Education Advanced Training and Teacher Center Advanced Training. Before you get to the answers below here are some facts about the exam.

Exam Name – Google Certified Educator Level 2 Advanced Training.

Total Questions and Passing Score – 72 Questions and Passing Score is 80%

Exam URL https://skillshop.exceedlms.com/student/path/30510-advanced-training

Unit 1 Review Answers

Q.1 – Your principal has asked you to share tips to improve collaboration with students and teachers at the next faculty meeting. You could share: (Select all that apply.)

(A) How to use specific naming conventions with Google Docs

(B) How to create a newsletter using Blogger

(C) A YouTube playlist of video tutorials for creating Google Sites

(D) How to search for advanced lessons using Google.com

Q.2 – Teachers in your school have complained about a one-size-fits-all model of training that has been used in your district for years. They would like to personalize the professional learning that goes on in school. Which of the following models provides the most relevant and timely support to teachers on an individual basis when they need it:

(A) Instructional coaches

(B) School site mentors

(C) Workshops for staff development

(D) Student-led support

Q.3 – Finding and sharing online resources is an ongoing effort to keep curriculum fresh and interesting. YouTube is a great option for finding new content, but some educators worry about searching for videos during class because it wastes time and inappropriate content might show up. Select the benefits of using a YouTube channel and playlists to address these concerns: (Select all that apply.)

(A) Playlists allow you to organize pre-selected videos so you don’t waste class time searching for them

(B) YouTube channels are automatically shared with your class so you never have to worry about your students having access

(C) Admins have to pre-approve all YouTube content that educators use so you never have to worry about inappropriate videos being played in class

(D) YouTube channels allow you to organize and share your playlists with students, parents, and other teachers

Q.4 – The primary reason it is a good idea to use YouTube Live vs. Google Chat for professional development sessions is:

(A) More people can be invited with YouTube Live.

(B) Google Chat are limited in time, whereas YouTube Live is not.

(C) YouTube Live is recorded and can be shared on YouTube.

(D) The design interface is more functional with YouTube Live.

Unit 2 Review Answers

Q.1 – Project-Based Learning or PBL involves which major concepts? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Group collaboration

(B) Individual Performance

(C) Real World problems and solutions

(D) Asking Questions and Finding Answers

Q.2 – What are some benefits of having students watch specific instructional video before arriving in class? (Select all that apply.)

(A) There will be an archive of videos for students to watch later if needed.

(B) Students will not have to come to class as they have already learned the material.

(C) Students can come to class with questions ready to ask.

(D) Teachers can do a quick formative assessment on the previous night’s content to determine what needs to be further explained.

Q.3 – Which of the following could students do at home for a Flipped Classroom model that doesn’t involve video? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Read an Online Article

(B) Contribute to a Class Slide Show

(C) Analyze a photo

(D) Listen to a historical speech

Q.4 – A great way to showcase student work is to create a Google Site for students to link their projects and information to, but Google Sites is much more than just a content repository. What other mediums does Google Sites support? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Embedding a Google Calendar to keep track of important dates

(B) Uploading recordings to cater to audio learners

(C) Adding images directly to the pages for visual (and educational!) appeal

(D) Linking downloadable PDFs and other digital documents

Q.5 – Mr. Jones has been talking with you about personalizing his classroom more using a blended model. He is arguing that creating a HyperDoc on a Google Doc is a better way to do this than a Google Site. Why would he say this? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Google Docs can be distributed in Google Classroom for ease of organization.

(B) Google Docs can be shared and edited by students more easily than a page on Google Sites.

(C) A teacher would have to create a Google Site for every student and then create pages for each HyperDoc on those sites for every student

(D) Docs are easier and more efficient to grade for this type of assignment.

Unit 3 Review Answers

Q.1 – To enable people to make appointments when you use appointments slots you have to share the URL of your appointment page. How does your appointments page view differ from a normal public view of a Google Calendar?

(A) There are buttons to book an appointment slot

(B) You must have a Google Account to view a public calendar

(C) Appointment pages are always private

(D) Appointment pages default to a month view

Q.2 – Which of the following can be used to customize your Google Calendar?

(A) Density and color

(B) Google Calendar gadget

(C) Preview Pane

(D) Smart Labels

Q.3 – A colleague has included you on an email that is irrelevant to you, but it continues to come to your inbox because people are using the Reply All button when responding. You want some peace and quiet. What can you do to quiet message notifications coming in? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Select the message and use the m keyboard shortcut

(B) Delete the email

(C) Report the email as spam

(D) Select the message and use the q keyboard shortcut

Q.4 – Mr. Menon answers the same questions via email over and over from parents at the beginning over every school year. How might Mr. Menon become more efficient in his communications within Gmail?

(A) Collect emails on a Google Form

(B) Invite all parents to a Google Classroom

(C) Create a template

(D) Filter emails into labels

Q.5 – Add the Save to Google Drive extension to your Chrome browser. After installing it, check out the options for it. Which of the following file types could you save a website as? (Select all that apply.)

(A) JPG

(B) PNG

(C) Google Doc

(D) HTML

Q.6 – Which of the following Chrome apps will run offline and also works with Google Drive?

(A) Kami

(B) PowToon

(C) Planetarium

(D) Google Drawings

Q.7 – How could you help students find apps and extensions for Chrome?

(A) Share links to apps and extensions via email

(B) Tell them to search for them

(C) Recommend to your domain administrator to push apps and extensions to student devices

(D) Help students find apps and extensions on the Chrome Web Store

Q.8 – What can you use add-ons for Forms, Sheets and Docs to do? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Grade quizzes

(B) Create a table of contents

(C) Mail merge

(D) Change the response choices on a multiple choice form question

Unit 4 Review Answers

Q.1 – Where would you go to view responses to your Google Form?

(A) Google Forms

(B) Google Classroom

(C) Guardian Summaries

(D) Google Meet

Q.2 – Which is an appropriate use case for Google Classroom’s Guardian Summaries?

(A) Send ongoing year-long information, such as the syllabus and birthday treat policies

(B) Invite guardians to sign up for Calendar appointment slots

(C) Inform guardians about their student’s overdue assignments

(D) Send link for parents to join a Google Meet

Q.3 – How can you join a Google Meet? (Select all that apply)

(A) Web browser

(B) Telephone

(C) In person

(D) Text message

Q.4 – Which is true about creating a Google Group with the setting “Only invited users?”

(A) You can invite guardians to join by sending an email with the Google Group URL

(B) You must submit specific email addresses for those guardians to join the Group

(C) Anyone can request to join; only you will be able to approve their membership

(D) Only users on your school domain (“@yourschool.org”) will be able to join

Q.5 – Which is required for families to receive Guardian Summaries related to your class? (Select all that apply)

(A) The educator must turn on Guardian summaries for each class

(B) The guardian needs a web-connected device with a mic and camera

(C) The guardian must sign up to receive email updates

(D) The educator must click “send” each day they wish for Guardian Summaries to be sent

Q.6 – Which outreach methods can be used to provide class guardians with information? (Select all that apply)

(A) Google Groups

(B) Google Meet

(C) Guardian Summaries

(D) Google Sites

Q.7 – When using the appointment slot feature in Google Calendar, multiple people can select the same appointment slot.

(A) True

(B) False

Q.8 – Which is a benefit of using Google Groups to email your class guardians? (Select all that apply)

(A) You can bypass Gmail’s daily sending limit of one hundred emails

(B) You can send personalized updates to guardians about their child’s work

(C) You can send an email to just one email address to reach all guardians

(D) Guardians can find and search previous class emails in one place at groups.google.com

Unit 5 Answers

Q.1 – With conditional formatting, teachers can alter the cell color based on the value for: (Select all that apply)

(A) Text

(B) Images

(C) Dates

(D) Numbers

Q.2 – Which advanced Google Sheets function gives you a list that removes all duplicate values?

(A) Filter

(B) Average

(C) Data Validation

(D) Unique

Q.3 – Which criteria could a pivot table be applied to: (Select all that apply.)

(A) Student Names

(B) Assignment Dates

(C) Assignment Scores

(D) Shared Collaborators

Q.4 – What is one (efficient) way to format data on a sheet using color?

(A) Use the bucket to manually change each cell

(B) Use the =colorif formula

(C) Print the sheet and use a highlighter

(D) Use conditional formatting

Q.5 – The 25 students in your class have used a Google Form to give peer feedback on presentations that they are doing. The questions are based on a rubric that you created.The first question asks, “Who is presenting?” and there is a dropdown list of all students in the class. The other questions are based on the rubric.After the class you want to see all the feedback that was given for Jimmy Wong. The responses for “Who is presenting?” are listed in column C on the Form Responses sheet. Columns D, E, and F have the peer feedback.Select the formula that could be used to show only the peer feedback from columns D, E, and F for Jimmy Wong.

(A) =filter(D:F,C:C=”Jimmy Wong”)

(B) =sum(D:E,D:F)

(C) =sum(D:F,C:C=”Jimmy Wong”)

(D) =filter(D:E,D:F)

Unit 6 Review Answers

Q.1 – You can embed a Google Map into your Google Site.

(A) True

(B) False

Q.2 – Why would you use URL shortener with a Google Sites URL?

(A) It makes your Google Site look nicer

(B) It creates a short URL that is easy for students to type into the address bar

(C) It allows you to give edit access to your Google Site to many different people

(D) It allows you to purchase a domain name and create a custom domain for your Google Site

Q.3 – What age are students able to create blog posts to share their learning?

(A) 7 year olds

(B) 12 year olds

(C) 18 year olds

(D) All of these

Q.4 – Which of the following is a way to set up Blogger in your classroom? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Teacher is the sole author. Students can leave comments

(B) Teacher and students can all be authors

(C) Students are authors each with his or her own blog

(D) A team of teachers that are all authors on one shared blog

Q.5 – Which of the following is true about using a Google Doc as a class syllabus? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Once you send it to your students, you can’t make any changes

(B) You can only share it by attaching the file to an email

(C) You can collaborate with a teaching partner to create a shared syllabus

(D) You can share your syllabus with the world

Q.6 – What are some ways to make a Google Doc more engaging?

(A) Use a table of contents

(B) Use different fonts for each paragraph

(C) Use images with purpose

(D) Alert collaborators using “+” in comments

Q.7 – Student work can take many forms. When students include documents, videos, and other media on a Google Sites portfolio, best practice indicates they should store that media where? (Select all that apply.)

(A) In the Google Site

(B) In Google Drive

(C) On YouTube

(D) In Google Photos

Q.8 – Why have students create a digital portfolio? (Select all that apply.)

(A) To reflect on their learning

(B) To collect evidence of learning

(C) To use in a college application

(D) To share with family

Unit 7 Review Answers

Q.1 – Mr. James is frustrated with his curriculum. He feels as if most activities have the students as passive listeners that don’t have much choice or self-direction. Mr. James has set himself a goal to use Google tools in more interactive and engaging ways.

1. What lesson characteristics will increase student engagement? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Interaction

(B) Self-direction

(C) Combining multiple apps (if helpful)

(D) Access to outside resources through links

Q.2 – Mr. James could create a HyperDoc that guides students through an activity, linking students to additional resources and activities as needed. What makes a Doc a HyperDoc? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Links to other apps

(B) Graphic organizers to organize thinking

(C) The ability to only work within Google Docs

(D) Images and linked videos

Q.3 – Using Google Forms as ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ activities can be a little complicated the first time you do it. Your form has to have which of the following settings for this type of activity? (Select all that apply.)

(A) At least one multiple choice or list question type

(B) Sections

(C) Video

(D) A customized theme

Q.4 – What makes interactive videos more powerful and engaging than static videos? (Select all that apply)

(A) The ability for students to interact with the content

(B) Students can further learning by accessing the linked content

(C) Teachers can track which students watched the video using the YouTube Editor

(D) Students have choice in the learning process

Q.5 – When utilizing interactive slides in the classroom, it is important to shift students from consumers of information to ____________.

(A) Consumers of knowledge

(B) Creators of content

(C) Content experts

(D) Supportive peers

Q.6 – When looking for content to send to students, Mr. James can use Chrome Web Store to personalize student learning by: (Select all that apply)

(A) Finding apps that facilitate learning the curriculum

(B) Direct his students to use previously recommended apps to learn at their pace

(C) Find Chrome themes to share with colleagues

(D) Review apps and provide ratings to help other educators

Q.7 – Why would Mr. James benefit from finding other, high-quality sources to use in his classroom? (Select all that apply.)

(A) His students could access information from around the world

(B) He might find content from an expert in an area that’s unfamiliar to him

(C) His students are tired of listening to him all day, every day

(D) His number of resources increase dramatically, so he can choose the best possible lessons for his students

Unit 8 Review Answers

Q.1 – YouTube live events are _________ recordings that can be saved to your YouTube channel for later viewing.

(A) public

(B) local

(C) 15 minute

(D) archived

Q.2 – Which of the following describe how you could use Street View in a classroom? (Select all that apply.)

(A) While studying the Great Barrier Reef, students go underwater and explore different sections of the reef.

(B) As a writing prompt, the teacher zooms in on a certain area of the map and pulls up a picture. Students must describe the scene and tell a story of what happened.

(C) Students look at a map to locate their city during a lesson about community

(D) Students track the distance between places when talking about the Underground Railroad

Q.3 – KMZ files are used in which tool?

(A) Google Earth

(B) Google Maps

(C) Google Art Project

(D) YouTube Live

Q.4 – Which map creation tool provides the flexibility to create, share, and collaborate within Google Drive?

(A) Google Earth

(B) Google Tour Builder

(C) Google My Maps

(D) Google Maps

Q.5 – Google Earth can be used in literary lessons to: (Select all that apply.)

(A) Follow the journey of a character

(B) Explore places described in literature

(C) Provide text to speech to accommodate all readers

(D) Watch videos created by other students about a book

Q.6 – Which of the following are examples of how you could use Google Meet or YouTube Live? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Interviewing the town Mayor about city government live from her office and posting the recording for other classes to view

(B) Sending a chat message to another teacher

(C) Connecting several classrooms virtually for a book study

(D) Taking a field trip with Google Earth

Unit 9 Review Answers

Q.1 – How can you implement an inquiry approach in your classroom? (Select all that apply)

(A) Allow students to choose what they want to learn

(B) Teach students how to search effectively

(C) Provide structure to lessons and units of study

(D) Collaborate with other teachers to ensure all students are learning the same things

Q.2 – Google Trends would help student learn…

(A) topics other people are searching for around the world.

(B) current news stories from news outlets.

(C) which books have been published based on the search terms.

(D) current economic trends in the stock market.

Q.3 – You’re building a resource toolkit for your students to find the best published research on scientific topics. What two tools would you recommend for the academic term paper they have to do this semester? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Google Trends

(B) Google News

(C) Google Scholar

(D) The Explore Tool

Q.4 – Google Scholar catalogs research by: (Select all that apply)

(A) Full text

(B) Date published

(C) Citation

(D) Citations within other research

Q.5 – Using Google Trends, you search for the term “Nexus” and view the associated graph. You notice peaks on the graph. What could have happened to cause the peaks in the graph? (Select all that apply.)

(A) A new Nexus device was released.

(B) More people wanted to know about “Nexus”

(C) There was an increase in interest about Nexus devices

(D) Something with the term Nexus in it was making news.

Q.6 – What is one of the biggest shifts that must occur in the classroom in order to develop independent learners?

(A) The teacher must maintain full control

(B) The curriculum must be strictly adhered to

(C) The teacher must not be the first place a student looks to for answers

(D) The curriculum should be articulated.

Q.7 – Google Translate is: (Select all that apply)

(A) An extension that can translate webpages & text across the internet

(B) Will translate an entire Google Slide in a few clicks

(C) Will translate an entire Google Doc in a few clicks

(D) Can only provide translations for Spanish, English and French

Q.8 – Translate is available as a mobile app capable of translating languages using your phone’s camera in real time.

(A) True

(B) False

Unit 10 Review Answers

Q.1 – You know that having students discuss the materials they are learning is one of the best ways to have them contextualize, understand, and apply what they know. You’re ready to take it to the next level by driving the discussion online, and Google Groups seems to be a good choice. The department chair asks you why you’re using Groups. Which of the following are reasons to use Google Groups rather than Google Classroom? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Groups are not time bound so you can use the same Group for future classes. Classrooms will likely change with each class

(B) You can include video in a Groups discussion, but you can’t in Classroom

(C) You can have posts sent directly to your email with Groups and you can reply via email as well

(D) Discussions in Groups are moderated by default, but aren’t in Classroom

Q.2 – Getting feedback and input from the public is important in giving students a voice. Some tools are much better to use in this case than others. Which of the following can be used for audience participation? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Google Sites

(B) YouTube

(C) YouTube Live

(D) Blogger

Q.3 – To create promotional videos for your community event, you could consider using which of the following tools: (Select all that apply.)

(A) YouTube Live

(B) Google Drawings

(C) YouTube Editor

(D) YouTube Playlists

Q.4 – Using the “comments” feature in Blogger can be a powerful tool for students to give and receive constructive feedback. To make sure all feedback is appropriate and not spam, what are your options to moderate comments? (Select all that apply.)

(A) Opt-in to approve each comment before it’s posted by receiving an email notification

(B) Only members of the blog can comment so this is not an issue

(C) Require “word verification” before a comment can be posted

(D) Enable Google’s built-in moderator system to scan for inappropriate blog comments

Q.5 – Google Meet is a great option for holding synchronous discussions, but there are other tools, too. Consider Google Classroom, Chat, and Google Groups. Place them in order from most to least effective when trying to hold synchronous discussions.

(A) Chat, Groups, Classroom

(B) Groups, Classroom, Chat

(C) Classroom, Groups, Chat

(D) Chat, Classroom, Groups

Unit 11 Review Answers

Q.1 – Where can students go for high quality research? (Select all that apply)

(A) Public library

(B) School librarian

(C) Google Scholar

(D) Online database

Q.2 – How might a student prepare for presentation? (Select all that apply)

(A) Identify presenter angst

(B) Recognize practice will reduce angst & build confidence

(C) Record presentation & review critically

(D) Invite others to watch and provide feedback

Q.3 – What is one key question for students to reflect upon after building visual aids?

(A) Is my presentation colorful enough?

(B) Are there enough animations in the presentation?

(C) Is there enough to look at on the slides?

(D) Does the presentation convey my message?

Q.4 – What are some helpful ways to introduce 20% projects in your classroom? (Select all that apply)

(A) Start with solo projects

(B) Schedule work time for students in class/school

(C) Start with collaborative projects

(D) Set clear expectations and parameters

Q.5 – What are some key steps to track in a student’s 20% project? (Select all that apply)

(A) Project Selection

(B) Research

(C) Learning Summary and/or Presentation

(D) Grading

Q.6 – Student selected projects provide autonomy and agency over their learning.

(A) True

(B) False

Q.7 – What is one way a group leader can foster collaboration?

(A) Acknowledge contributions

(B) Schedule individual conversations with the teacher

(C) Use collaborative tools

(D) Suggest they grade their peers

Q.8 – What is one way a group can be sure to cover many perspectives when developing a solution during a project?

(A) Use a variety of collaboration products

(B) Publicly present solutions

(C) Include a diverse set of group members in all aspects of the project

(D) Track group progress using a project management too

What is Google Certified Educator Level 2 Advanced Training (Google for Education Advanced Training)

This training is conducted by Google via Skillshop which tests the understanding and workings of advanced and cutting edge strategies for the integration of Google in your classroom. It contains 11 units and there are 11 unit reviews which means one assessment for each course unit. This course is a prerequisite for the main Google Certified Educator Level 2 Certification exam.

There are several units that teach you how to promote and model the effective use of Digital tools, leveraging models to personalize learning, optimizing workflow using advanced features, connecting with Guardians, analyzing and interpreting student data, organizing classes effectively, harnessing the power of Google for research, designing much more interactive curricula and giving students a voice.

This exam consists of a total of 72 questions and you have unlimited time to complete the exam. Once, you select and save an answer, you cannot go back and edit your answer. The certificate is valid for a period of 12 months and if you fail in your first try then you can retake the exam after 24 hours.

Exam Requirements

There are three main requirements for applying to this exam:

(1) You should own a Smartphone or Computer.

(2) You should have an active Internet Connection.

(3) You should have a free Google Account.

Course Modules of the Exam

There are a total of 3 modules with a total of 11 course units.

(1) Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership

(2) Increase Efficiency and Save Time.

(3) Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity.

Key Features Of This Exam

The main features of this course are:

(1) It is designed by Google itself so the information provided is of high quality.

(2) It provides a Certificate which has recognition in the job industry.

(3) A user has unlimited access to the exam and it’s totally free.

Conclusion

This article provides all the answers with detailed explanation so that you don’t just get the correct answers but you actually understand the reason behind the answers. You can check the answers to all other Google for Education exams in our Google Certified Educator Level 1 Fundamentals Training Answers page, Chromebook Training Review Answers page, The Coach Skills Assessment Answers page, Digital Citizenship and Safety Course Answers page, Support English Language Learners Course Review Answers page, Distance Learning For Educators Unit Review Answers page, Inspire Creativity through Learner Engagement Answers page, Google Certified Educator Level 1 Certification Exam Answers page, and Google Certified Educator Level 2 Certification Exam Answers page.

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