Mountain View High School’s math department has harnessed the power of students recording on the iPad using Explain Everything and then sharing their recordings in Google Classroom. As part of a review for a quiz or test, students are required Continue reading Students Create Video Recordings of Their Work
This weekend I just read about a new Google shortcut that is pretty slick that I think many of you will find handy. You can now create a new Google Doc by simply typing in doc.new for the URL and Continue reading New Google Shortcut
For those of you new to Google Classroom, you can get some great tips on the Google for Education Site on their Welcome to Your First Day of Classroom. It has video tutorials on each aspect of Google Classroom. This may Continue reading Getting Started with Google Classroom
I recently saw this post from Kasey Bell on her Shake Up Learning Blog and wanted to share with all of you because I was able to pick up a couple of great tips and I’m sure you will, too. Sharing Continue reading Google Tips for Teachers
As a student or a staff member, you’ve created documents, lessons, videos and more. If you store these files in your district Google Drive account, don’t forget to take them with you when and if you leave the district. This Continue reading Don’t Leave Without Your Data
For those of you that are using the New Google Sites with your students and your students are using iPad 4’s or haven’t updated to the latest iOS, then you might find that your students cannot navigate within your site Continue reading Are Your Students Having Trouble Navigating in the New Google Sites?
For those of you that are using Google Classroom, you realize that Google Classroom is organized in a stream by the date and time they are posted. However, sometimes there are posts that you want students to see at the Continue reading Google Classroom Tip – Move to the Top
Many of you have downloaded the Google Drive app to your laptop and have seen the icon at the top of your screen: It comes in handy for a couple of reasons. Not only is it backing up what you Continue reading Google Drive and Backup & Sync