New Image Options Very recently, Google made an update to Docs, Slides and Drawings affecting images inserted into documents. Now, when you click Insert>Image, you no longer get the large pop-up window you are used to seeing. Rather, you will see a smaller pop-out menu, from which you can choose your image source. As shown... Continue Reading →
For this week's Tech Time Webinar, we discuss FlipGrid (http://flipgrid.com) . If you haven't used this tool in your classroom, you must check it out. It is great for: Student Collaboration Discussion Debating Topics Brainstorming Showing Student Understanding Sign up, get your own grid, and start posting topics that students can respond to with a... Continue Reading →
This week for our district Tech Time Webinar, we cover Google Forms Tips and Tricks. Tips include: Importing Scores into Google Classroom Password Protecting a Form Creating a Mastery Quiz Shuffling Question Options Image Based Questions and Answers Enjoy!
As promised, I am posting the Tech Time Webinar hosted by our district for this week, ending on Friday, November 3rd. This week's topic was Google Slides: Activities You Can Use Now! Enjoy!
Each week in our district, I host a Google Meet Webinar called Tech Time. This week we focused on a few tips for Google Classroom users. Here is a look. Enjoy.
Google released a note on their blog a few days ago promising a new look to an old, but great tool - Google Calendar. If you are like me, you live and die by your calendar. It keeps me on top of all my events and tasks. And while I loved the classic Google Calendar,... Continue Reading →
If you missed the article, check out my post on importing scores into Google Classroom. Here is the video to explain the process....
Very recently, Google released an update to Classroom allowing users of Google Forms to import grades from assessments. This is a huge time-saver in terms of recording assessment scores when using Google Classroom in conjunction with your SIS or District Gradebook. Very simply put, this means that once your students click submit, not only will... Continue Reading →
Something that many Google Sheets users have been waiting for is the ability to add Custom Headers and Footers to a spreadsheet. In the latest Google Apps Update, you now have this ability. It's easy to access - All you do, is click the Print icon. Then choose the Headers & Footers menu item. Scroll... Continue Reading →