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20 Google Docs Secrets for busy teachers and students.

20 Google Docs Secrets for busy teachers and students

This tutorial is just over an hour long and focuses on all the fundamentals of how to use Google Drive for creating, sharing, and storing documents using Google’s free, full-fledged office suite. In this 1 hour+ windshield tour of Goole Drive, you’ll learn how to create text documents, spreadsheets, presentations, drawings, and even forms and surveys! (The forms and surveys are REALLY cool!)

Lifehackerfrom Lifehacker

The Best Google Docs Features You're Probably Not Using

The Best Google Docs Features You're Probably Not Using in your classroom: including Mapping Sheets, Mind Meister, Uber Conference, Tracking Changes, and

Creating Comics in Class using Google Presentation - think a variation of this could be achieved with Keynote

Do you know how to make a Google Form? This blog post will help you create one and save you tons of time during Reading Conferences!

Shake Up Learningfrom Shake Up Learning

Google Tricks and Tips: Image Search Tricks Every Teacher Must Know!

Betcha didn't know you can search for great images without ever leaving your Google Doc! Finding great images for your Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms and Drawings is even easier than you might...

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35 Interesting Ways to use Google Docs in the Classroom

If you don't use Google Docs in your classroom yet, you're crazy. Amazing the collaboration it creates with peers and teacher and how much students truly grow visually seeing you work with them on their writing.

Love & Logic: Change the wording of what you ask the kids to do and become more effective. This is true of working with adults as well.. It's all perspective. Change accusatory you statements, into action-packed I-statements and foster results

10 Great Google Search Tips - perfect for teaching appropriate research skills on any device: http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/12/10-great-google-search-tips-for.html?m=1

Internet Research: Searching, Selecting, and Citing Credible Sources. A Mini-unit for Grades 7-10, perfect to accompany your Expository Writing or Research Project. Technology Education, Information, 21st Century Skills.

In For Goodfrom In For Good

Great TED Talks for English Teachers

Great TED Talks for English Teachers https://inforgood.wordpress.com/2010/08/25/great-ted-talks-for-english-teachers/