Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

This website has a list of tutorials on how to use Google docs. It includes how to create a document, PowerPoint, Spreed-sheet, and how to utilize Google docs offline. The website also suggests how to utilize Google docs in the classroom. Some ideas include having the students collaborate on a project, keeping attendance, and creating quizzes.

from Edgalaxy: Cool Stuff for Nerdy teachers

20 Google Docs Secrets for busy teachers and students.

from Cult of Pedagogy

16 Ideas for Student Projects using Google Docs, Slides, and Forms

Your students probably already use these tools to write papers or create presentations, but they could be doing other projects you may not have thought of. Continue Reading →

from Bloglovin’

5 Five Google Forms Add-ons I Frequently Recommend (Free Technology for Teachers)

5 Five Google Forms Add-ons I Frequently Recommend | Free Technology for Teachers | Bloglovin


Create the Ultimate Content Upgrade: Lead Magnet Ideas and Templates

We hear you! For months you've been asking "how do I create editable worksheets?", well we now have your answer. Click on this post to watch 3 video tutorials showing you how to create worksheets/freebies and other lead magnets with Google Docs, Pages & InDesign. You then can use these resources to grow your audience or online business. Not to mention we have 3 free templates for you to grab too! Check it out now.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Google Drive Education Templates Guide

• Google has developed a series of Education Templates to use with Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms • Teachers and Students can use these layouts to help them quickly create beautiful educational documents • This guide shows what the templates look like and where and how to access them in each program

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Digital literature circles for google drive

This multi-faceted paperless resource will bring your literature circles into the digital age. All of the handouts, assignments, projects, etc. are all shared and completed online in preparation for the in-class literature circle meetings! All of the work is created with Google Slides and Google Docs and can easily be shared with Drive or Google Classroom.