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30 things to do with Google Search

December 10th, 2014 · No Comments · Google Tools

I got this via email this morning- something to consider for your older students- especially if you are tired of them simply “googling” things!  Paul’s list might help them put some thought into their work. Paul Gaffney:Here are 30 innovative ways to use Google search in the classroom. And rather than gimmicks, or general ways […]

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One thing I missed from Word,

December 5th, 2014 · No Comments · Classroom, Google Tools

  I love using a thesaurus- and while Google Docs has this feature (tools-dictionary- then look for synonyms),  when I pasted my new word in,  the font would not match my existing text.  Today (while reading the Google Gooru), I found the answer to my issue.  The remove formatting key( in the toolbar- click on More […]

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Making comments easier

November 27th, 2014 · No Comments · Google Tools

Do you find yourself writing the same comments on your students assignments?  While there are some subscriptions Add- ons (GradingHelp for example), you can use Clipboard to make the job easier.  After you add it to your Google account, simply type your comments and add them to Clipboard.  You can also type directly into Clipboard. […]

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Google forms to collect evidence

November 15th, 2014 · No Comments · Google Tools

Here is a quick and easy tutorial from Kim Pollishuke that will help you use Google forms to collect anecdotal information for student report cards.    Love her suggestion to bookmark it to your phone- makes collecting data a breeze!  Please click here for the complete post.

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