Google slides is a great presentation tools, but it’s also very useful for student work and gives you a versatile canvas to do a lot of graphic things. To even further it’s capabilities, there are add-ons that you can use to expand what you’re able to do.
Google Chrome is a web browser that allows a user to do more than just browse websites. Today I’m giving you three tips and tricks for utilizing Google Chrome to the best of its capabilities and keep things organized.
If you’re like me, you are constantly bombarded with emails daily, and often those small things you need to do get lost in the slush. So we’re going to take a look at a few features that you can use Gmail for to help you keep up with everything you need to do.
ogle Keep has quickly become one of my favorite tools in the Google toolbox. The app has expanded its capabilities and now has a lot of great things that it can do. Here are some of the best features about Google Keep that will help you stay organized with information.
Google Forms is a versatile tool that can do a lot of things. One of the most helpful things it can do is help differentiate student learning through something called branching.
I can’t express in words how happy I am that it’s finally here. Google has added rubrics to Classroom assignments, and I couldn’t be happier.
Google Chrome is a wonderful web browser that does a lot. While it is easy to use, Chrome’s power really lies in the extensions you can add to the browser.
Setting up customized paragraph styles in Google Docs is a simple process.
Google Forms is a great app that you can use to gather information from students, parents, and colleagues. Forms has several different types of questions that are useful in many ways. Here are a few ways you can use each type of question in Forms.
Here’s a nifty little thing in Google Calendar that many people may not know about. They’re called appointment slots, and they can be incredibly useful and simple to set up.