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#110 Useful Google in Education posts this week

Posts about using Google in the classroom

Impact Learning with Google Classroom - Teacher Tech

Get started with Google Classroom by posting assignments and talking less. Use Private Comments and ask questions. INTERACT

How-to: Google Cast for Education - Jeremy McBrayer

How to use the Google Cast for Education Chrome app in your classroom for displaying student computers on your screen.

Using Google Drawing across the curriculum

I have long been a fan and user of Google Drive and all the apps have to offer.  It wasn't until recently, however, that I showed any favor to Google Drawing.  In my recent round of technology integration coaching with some teachers in Texas, I had two request mind maps as a component to the…

An introduction to YouTube's new design

To learn more, please visit the YouTube Help Center: https://www.youtube.com/help

Schedule time with your students using Google Calendar Appointment Slots - Using Technology Better

The appointment slots feature in Google Calendar can deliver both of these things.

How To take Notes Using Google Chrome Extensions

How To take Notes Using Google Chrome Extensions-: In this post  we are going to explain about Taking Notes Using Google chrome Extensions since Web is so vast and people are in very much need of some note taking apps or note taking Google chrome extensions to note down their observations and day to day chores. So here are top 10 note taking Google chrome extensions to boost your productivity and to note down your observations. So here goes the list.

Get a single view of a student's work

Want to assess a student’s overall performance in your class? You can see a list of an individual student’s assignments, grades, and missing work all in one place. If you want, you can also filter

How to Use Virtual Reality and Google Expeditions in the Classroom | Shake Up Learning

Virtual Reality has the power to transform the future of learning. By giving students an interactive, three-dimensional learning environment, we have the potential to reach learners in ways previously never conceived. For a closer look at the future of virtual reality in education, dive into this article from the Samsung Insights blog: Immersive Virtual Reality: The Next Frontier in Education. The article explores the growth of virtual reality and the implications in both K-12 and higher education.

How Team Drives solve one of G Suite's biggest problems - Using Technology Better

The schools, universities and businesses we work with love how G Suite makes sharing and collaboration easy.

Google Keep - Narrative Feedback for Students

Google Keep is a great way to give students long-form narrative feedback for what they write in Google Docs. Use Keep to give long-form typed feedback, organ...