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Updated by Fiona Beal on Feb 25, 2017
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#95 Useful Google in Education posts this week

Free G Suite Training On Demand for Teachers and Students | Shake Up Learning

 Up Your Skills With the G Suite Training Chrome Extension Ready to take your Google skills to the next level? No time for extended workshops and training, but need hands-on guidance? Need an easy way to help students learn and navigate Google Classroom, Gmail, Docs, etc.? This awesome G Suite Training Chrome Extension from Google …

What does the new Google Sites have to offer and how does it compare to the classic version? - Using Technology Better

The new Google Sites frequently asked questions answered as well as a comprehensive comparison of the old Google Sites with the new Google Sites

A Handy Chart Featuring YouTube Guidelines for Teachers

Here is a handy chart we have prepared for teachers using YouTube in their instruction and for anyone else interested in learning more about how to use YouTube effectively. The chart is based on guidelines featured in YouTube Help and all we did is curating and organizing them in easily navigable categories. Clicking on any of the titles below will direct you to a page where you will access more details related to the corresponding feature. You may want to save and bookmark this chart for later reference. We hope you find it helpful.

Google Slides: Can We Now Call It A Video Editor?

Are you looking for a simple video editing tool to use with your students for that once and done classroom project? Google Slides just might be the perfect fit.

10 Tips To Do More With Your PDF Files On Google Drive

From managing your files to collaborating on Docs, Drive is a full-functioning office suite. What many people don't realize is its capability to do far more than only view PDFs.

How Google Apps For Education Can Be Used In Your Classroom

Like Apple and Microsoft, Google also wants a place in your classroom.. Google Apps for Education is a free suite of cloud-based tools created by Google to use in your classroom. You probably knew that part, and likely have a vague awareness of what’s available (Google Drive, Google Form, etc.) But Sylvia Duckworth has gone a step further, giving you an extended metaphor (a train), a graphic (with color), and a brief description of each “stop” of the Google Apps for Education train.

Create a Google Classroom Custom Header with Google Drawings | Shake Up Learning

  Pinterest How to Create a Google Classroom Header Image Google Classroom is a great application for Google using educators and students to manage assignments, communicate and collaborate, and go paperless! Google has made great strides in updating this application based on the feedback submitted by educators like you. Google Classroom is only going to get …

8 Tips for Teachers Using Google Cardboard in School - Class Tech Tips

I wanted to share eight tips for teachers who are using Google Cardboard in school this year - make your own, find free Google Cardboards and more!

How to create Google Slides templates - Using Technology Better

Google Slides has a fantastic feature which allows you to create your own templates that have a mixture of editable and non-editable sections.

50 Creative Writing Prompts for Student Blogging

 If your students are not yet blogging, it’s time to consider bringing this fun new activity into your classroom. Blogging gives students an opportunity to work on a variety of skills: “Not only does blogging encourage students to write, it also motivates them to read and analyze texts, thereby improving their reading […]