Google Slides: Is the Future Paperless? Are you unsure how to go paperless? What are the possibilities of a paperless classroom? Come read about how I've created some resources for my third graders to use in our 1:1 Chrome Book classroom. See how I have my students take notes on a template as well as some other ideas for Google Slides and PDFs. Come check it out!
16 Secrets of Google Drive You'll Never Know If You Don't Read This?ref=pinp nn If you’re a Millennial or an avid Gmail user, chances are you’ve heard of Google Drive. If you don’t know what Google Drive is, it is one of the apps that Google provides. Google Drive allows for collaboration with your peers on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. It...
New Ways to Use a GoogleForms with Students, including 1) embedding YouTube videos and images in GoogleForms, 2) creating self-grading quizzes with GoogleForms and Flubaroo, and 3) using GoogleForms as an exit ticket
Wondering how to start using Google in your classroom? Teach your students how to use Google Slides and so much more. Help your students gain the background skills they need to learn and complete online assignments. All you need are free Google accounts for your students. You don't even have to have Google Classroom or know what GAFE is. Great for professional development or for students grades 3 and up.
Google Classrooms for kindergarten Fun new Reading strategy using Google drive. Reading CVC words is a perfect way to assess phonic skills. Are you going 1:1? Digital reading is the perfect way to embrace technology. For use in Google Classroom.
Are you being pushed towards using Google Apps exclusively in your classroom? What? No more Microsoft Office?! This trend is growing in classrooms across the country. Which means you need Google Apps lesson plans. (Need help? Click here to find out How to Resolve 6 Challenges in Your Computer Applications Class!) Using Google Docs in the Classroom
Alright, you’ve decided to give Google Classroom a try…now what? Here is a basic guide to begin using Google Classroom. Step 1: Create a Classroom Page Sign into your google account and go to www.classroom.google.com. Click the plus-sign (+) next to your email address (top right-hand corner). Select “create a class” and title it. You
Yesterday I showed how to create a form for primary students using Google forms. It is so easy to add pictures, video, page breaks, etc. to make quizzes and tests easy to navigate and understand, especially for little ones. But what good is all of this technology if it cant grade the quiz, right? Well there is an easy way to gather all kinds of data to help with assessment needs. The answer is called Flubaroo.
Though the old serif logo had a "scholarly" feel which correlates with the purpose of a search engine. That said, I think the new sans serif logo is much better because it is more modern/forward looking which better encompasses Google's wide breadth (maps, chrome, mail, docs, etc).
Happy #workspacewednesday One of my favourite things on my laptop is this chrome extension that personalises the Google home page for me. Each tab I open has my name my daily focus my daily to do list the local weather the time a new daily photo and an inspirational quote. I it. What's your favourite thing in your workspace today? #techediting #techeditor #selfemployed #ilovemyjob
This ebook includes 8 Google Cheat Sheets for Teachers and Students, including: The NEW Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Forms, Google Slides, Google Sheets, Google Drawings, Google Drive for the iPad, and Google Chrome! Each cheat sheet is filled with tips, tricks, and how-to information to take your Google Apps skills to the next level.
The red fox is a precious species, and they are extremely endangered to become extinct. DO NOT let these beautiful animals lose in this world, take a stand and do some research on what you can do to help save the species!