8 Essential Google Drive Elements to Create Hyperdocs • Talk Tech With Me
To create an appealing Hyperdoc, you'll need to know how to do more than hyperlink text and insert images. Below are 8 elements that you will want to
How to Create Powerful Student ePortfolios with Google Sites
Let's Talk About How to Create Powerful Student ePortfolios with Google Sites! Online student portfolios are a great way to showcase student work and show growth over time. Google Sites is the perfect tools for you and your students to create ePortfolios. Google Sites is a natural go-to for publishing student work for a global audience, something I think is a critical experience of preparing students for the future. Learn more ways to give students an audience for their work in this post…
Creating a Digital Rubric with Google Forms and autoCrat — Hello, Teacher Lady
Providing valuable feedback to students in a timely manner can be a challenge. The more time that passes between an assignment's submission and the teacher's feedback, the less meaningful that feedback becomes.
10 Things Teachers Should Know To Do With Google Docs
Google Docs is a powerful word processing tool many schools have adopted. As it’s similar to Microsoft Word and others, its features are intuitive to use.
Introducing Chromebooks to Littles
Teachers know the first day of school is about making those initial connections with students and explaining classroom procedures, routines, and expectations. An introduction to technology should …
Favorite Chrome Extensions — Learning in Hand with Tony Vincent
Extensions for Chrome are little programs that add functionality to Google's web browser. I've made graphics for my favorite ones.
Addressing student cheating in Google Apps
Modern technology provides schools with amazing options for the "4 C's" - Creativity, Communication, Collaboration, and Critical thinking. Unfortunately it also provides new opportunities for a fifth "C" - Cheating. 21st century technology gives students new ways to plagiarize or share work. As more and more schools embrace technology, Google Apps, Chromebooks, and more, what are we to do to address the issues of academic integrity? I recently recorded a one-hour webinar on this topic. In…
Turn a Google Form Response into a Google Calendar Event — Jesse Spevack
This post documents how to create a script that takes submissions from a Google Form and turns it into a calendar event.
Napkin PD: G Suite-Powered Learning Activities • TechNotes Blog
Explore three activities for creating engaging professional development for teachers who use Google Suites for Education. Check out our napkin PD ideas.