Sites to help use and learn all things Google for the classroom. http://list.ly/34R
Google Forms just got a nice little refresh and now allows you to build questionnaires and collect the data in a Google Drive spreadsheet a bit easier. The new version of Forms now allows you to collaborate with others while building your questionnaires and surveys, a feature that has long been st..
Google Form templates for teachers. Spelling test, reading records, get to know your class and many more.
Chrome Multitask Mode lets you browse the web with multiple mice at the same time, so you can get more done, clickety-split.
Create a custom search engine for your kids to use.
Zygote is devoted to showing the world the beauty and miracle of human life through its 3D anatomy products. Formerly Google Body. Best viewed on Google Chrome.
This site is for users interested in learning more about Google tools in education. There's more to Google than just Google search and Google Apps EDU. In fact, there is a Google tool for every letter in the alphabet. Explore my favorites listed below with a brief description, link and video tutorial. Sift down towards the bottom of the page to view the extensive list of Google tools
Back to School With Google Docs gives a few ideas about how to use Google Docs at the beginning of the year
Perhaps you've noticed - Google Forms has been updated! There are some interesting new features, although - to the dismay of many - they still haven't made it possible to embed media into your form. Hopefully the next update?
Google Spreadsheets and Forms, beyond the basics from Tammy Worcester
Collaboration has gone Google. Create a story and then share your video.
This site is for proving information about the TCEA 2012 Google Academy.
Doodle 4 Google is a contest where we invite young artists in grades K-12 to stretch their imaginations using our logo as their canvas.
Google Summer of Code is a 3-month program for university students that gives them a chance to work as part of an open source project, getting real-world development experience and honing their engineering skills.
Google's Computer Science Summer Institute
Google's Android Camp offering interactive and collaborative curriculum that is a practical intro to developing applications for Android.
Lots of curriculum ideas here including how to build a robot.
The founders of GLIDE are women from all over Japan who work in computer science and have a deep passion for promoting female leadership in engineering
CS4HS is an initiative sponsored by Google to promote Computer Science and computational thinking in secondary school curriculum.
Collaboration has gone Google. Create a story and then share your video, add music too!
Google Docs for visual people.
From the archaeological areas of Pompeii to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, Google's World Wonders Project aims to bring to life the wonders of the modern and ancient world.
Connecting Beyond the Classroom using Google Hangouts in the classroom to connect with other classrooms and educators. Recently, I have been asked several times why do you use Google Hangout. My first response has been well you can get more than one classroom in a Hangout at a time.
Last night was a virtual reunion of sorts dating back to the anniversary of our first congregation - the Mobile Learning 2012 conference. Alison Anderson (@tedrosececi), Jon Samuelson (@ipadsammy), Eric Marcos (@mathtrain), and myself joined up to be part of Techlandia's Sweet 16th episode. Techlandia... you say?
Last week my class had a fun experience. We used Google docs to play a live tic-tac-toe game with our twitter friends in Montana ( class) We had already played a few games with the class over an extended period of time, each taking turns and tweeting once we had played but never at the same time.
This Chrome App reads Google docs out loud, highlights the words and includes both a dictionary and a picture dictionary.