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Useful Google in Education posts this week #60

Exploring Graphing with Kindergarten using Google Sheets - Teacher Tech

Use this Google Sheets template for exploring graphing Kindergarten. Students use physical manipulatives to count and then graph on the Sheet.

Working with Images in Google Docs & Slides

Visually engaging documents or presentations require carefully selected, well-placed images.  However, finding the right image can be a time-consuming struggle. Depending on the situation, you may …

Teaching, Tech and Twitter: HyperDocs! Need I say more????

I love HyperDocs. Love, love, love them. I love making them, I love co-creating them with other teachers, and most of all, I LOVE watching and connecting the kids while they work on them. If you aren't familiar with this awesome digital tool keep reading for the 411 on HyperDocs!

Google Keep: Lit Circles - Teacher Tech

Use Google Keep for lit circles. Students can review and comment on each other's ideas. Students love Google Keep for lit circles.

Three Simple and Powerful Ways to Provide Feedback in Google Docs – From Tom

This post first appeared on Daily Genius. Many teachers know that Google Docs serves as a great platform for providing feedback on student writing, but may not have an efficient system that encoura…

Elementary Reflections: Above the Line Lesson Transformation with Google Maps

This year, I wanted to transform this lesson. My technology tool of choice was Google Maps.
I had the students create their own map where they can add pins marking where the important parts of the story took place. This is similar to the original paper / pencil project, but the beauty of using Google Maps is that the students can zoom in and understand the details about the route the ship in the story took. This was especially powerful when the students studied Cape Horn and the Straights of Magellan.

Beginner’s Guide to Google+ for teachers (the crib sheet)

Google Plus is overlooked by many educators when compared to Twitter and other social media, but it’s really worth looking at; particularly (in my opinion) if you are a Google Apps for Educat…

How to Make Comics with Google Apps - The Basics

This is the process I use to create comics from real life photos using Google Slides or Google Drawings. Be sure to check out all my tutorials on my blog at:...

New Google Sites - Deeper Dive

In this video I take a deeper dive into the new sites and discuss more features, including adding pages, embedding items and real-time collaboration. If you'...

9 Google Apps Tips You Don’t Want to Miss

Here are the top 9 nine Google Apps tips according to Ask a Tech Teacher readers: Embed a File from Google Drive Google Apps lesson plan 8 Google Apps Tricks Every Teacher Should Know Google Hangou…