Kids Respond To Google Expeditions

A few weeks ago, we launched a Google Expeditions Kit in our district by demonstrating a few lessons with some 2nd Grade and 5th Grade students.  Teachers demonstrated lessons covering US Monuments and Underwater Excursions.  The response from students was so awesome that I had to share it with our Administration.  So I created a... Continue Reading →

Google Sheets – Text Rotation, Border Options & More!

A few weeks ago, Google released some great new features for Google Sheets.  These include some long awaited tools that include: Text Rotation Extra Border Options Accounting Number Format Watch this quick tutorial to see these new features and how to use them.

Google Keep & Docs – Like PB&J!

Recently, Google released an update to Google Keep that links this Note-Taking Tool to Google Docs.  This combo can be a great tool for: Brainstorming Planning Collaboration Working On-the-Go Accessing Docs  Watch this video to see what I mean!

An Interactive Notebook for the Digital Classroom

Google Sites provides a platform allowing students to create an online notebook that can include interactive and video content.

Check Out the New Google Earth!

If you haven’t heard about the changes coming to Google Earth, you’ve got to check it out. You don’t need to install anything!

EasyChalk – IWB for Chromebook Users

As many classrooms are moving away from Interactive Whiteboards toward Chromebooks and LED TVs, there is still sometimes a need for a digital whiteboard.

Google Classroom – Available to All Gmail Users

A few weeks ago on this blog, I wrote that Google Classroom would soon become available for everyone.  Google made an announcement today that all the features of Google Classroom are now working and available to consumer users.  So now if you want to create or join another user's class in Google Classroom, you can!... Continue Reading →

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