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Google Docs has a lot of features that new users often don’t notice. Some of these features will save you time, some will give you more formatting flexibility, and others will improve the way that you share your documents.
This post was originally published on the Ditch That Textbook blog.
Giving our students voice and choice is essential in a student-driven classroom. Here are 10 steps to making it work in your class.
Help Students Get Organized, Track Progress, Take Notes, and more with Google Keep! [infographic] | Shake Up Learning
Shake Up Learning. In this post, I will show you 25 Things You Didn’t Know Google Slides Could Do.
As adults we (hopefully) know that not everything online is true. For our students though, this is a concept they need to learn. Stude…
Watch Common Sense Media’s 5 Ways to Spot Fake News advice video to help you make informed decisions. Lesson plan
Create a project charter document, track project details in a spreadsheet, estimate and manage expenses in a spreadsheet, and build a slides presentation to update project progress.
Listen and learn authentic English conversation online with our free podcasts and transcripts. Archive of all previous Better at English podcast episodes.
Designing a great Breakout EDU game doesn’t have to be a puzzle. This tutorial reveals the keys to creating a catchy story, setting up a smooth game flow, and crafting clever clues so that you can…
Simply take any photo, draw a line to make a mouth, and record your voice. Then share your Pix with friends and family as silly greetings, playful messages, creative cards, or even fancy book. Instructions:iPhone AndroidPrivacy
The core of each podcast is an acted out dialogue between two characters. The rest of the episode then concentrates on keywords and their uses and meanings. The English is spoken at about half normal speed and is, therefore, quite easy to follow. Each podcast is accompanied by a learning guide.
New and improved digital citizenship lesson plans from Common Sense Education. Engage students with learning games and navigate tough topics, including cyberbullying, online safety, privacy, and media literacy.
Learn about Digital Citizenship with this Story Unit by Sutori. Sutori is a collaborative presentation tool for the classroom for all age groups and content areas. Sutori Privacy
Play online, learn online and feed the hungry. For every correct answer you choose, 10 grains of rice are raised to help end world hunger through the World Food Programme.
When students are shown how to use Google Books it can become a valuable search tool for them.
Using the simple search filters you’ll find easy, step-by-step guides and tutorials on Google’s Geo Tools, inspirational stories, plus lesson plans, product information, and much more. Ten Ways to Use Google EarthPrivacy
This video is a basic G-Suite Tutorial on how to create a basic Google Site. Leave a comment if you have any questions. Enjoy!
This video is a G Suite Tutorial on creating more complex layouts and design features in Google Sites.
Digital highlighting tools go beyond simply bringing attention to important text. With highlighting extensions students can use mult…
Creating green screen videos used to be difficult. Today, just about anyone can do it on any modern computer.
If you need online forms for generating leads, distributing surveys, collecting payments and more, JotForm is for you. Learn more about how we can help at JotForm.com.How to Use JotForm to Create Online Forms & Fillable PDFs Privacy Notice
Teach listening as a key part of your literacy instruction to unlock learning potential. Free Teacher access to listening library. Privacy
Google Classroom + Meaningful Feedback = Winning Combination! In this post, we will explore ways to give meaningful feedback in Google Classroom.
This video is an edited version of a music video that illustrator and animator Steve Cutts made for Moby and the Void Pacific Choir’s song “Are You Lost in the World Like Me?” in 2016. (UpWorthy.com)
Poll Everywhere is the easiest way to gather live responses in any venue… conferences, concerts, classrooms, and company off-sites — anywhere with internet. Privacy
How to Create a Dynamic Reading Experience with Read&Write for Google Chrome.
Resoomer is a software and online tool for text summary: it allows you to summarize and analyze your articles by taking up the important concepts Privacy
Get your class on the same (web)page, instantly. Chrome Extension.
Google Tools for Struggling Students by Eric Curts – @ericcurts ControlAltAchieve.com/sped
Google Forms is much more than a survey tool–it’s magic! In this episode, Matt and Kasey discuss the magic of Google Forms and some fantastic ways to use it in the classroom.
For too long, passwords were the only thing standing between criminals and valuable information you keep online. Now, websites and apps are adding a second layer of security called Two Factor Authentication and this video explains why it matters, and how it works.
I recommend in my presentations to stop using Google Docs. Here are 5 reasons to use Google Slides for things you might normally choose Google Docs for.
A great idea for a new year! Student-Created Vision Boards with Google Slides! A student-created vision board is a great way to help students set goals and visualize reaching them!
#GDPR just turned one and it could help avoid potentially embarrassing situations. To know what life would have been like without GDPR, have a look at this video.
A New York exhibit chronicles prominent cases of images altered by journalists and asks: If seeing is believing, how often are you, the viewer or reader, being misled?
‘ Your Data Matters’ aims to highlight how people have new control and rights over how their personal data is used answering the question “What is Data?”
Whether you send students to your own videos or someone else’s, I think you’ll find many of the pointers on this page particularly handy.