Looking for an interesting way to display student work? Use the camera on your phone to upload to Google Drive- and presto- you are there. Here is step by step directions from John Taylor.
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May 21st, 2014 · No Comments · Google Tools
Google Cultural Institute is an online collection of museums and artifacts (it is divided into Art Projects, Historical Moments, and World Wonders). While this was mentioned in the recent Google class I attended, I was reminded again by Karen Larson in her post here. How could you use this in your class?
May 20th, 2014 · No Comments · Content - Math, Google Tools
Do you need to write these types of expressions/equations in your Google Doc? Then you will love the new add in g(Math). Even though we are not using add ins yet for students, teachers can access them from the Add In menu. Click here from the blog post from Philip Vinogradov. Here is the link […]
May 20th, 2014 · No Comments · Classroom, Google Tools
And by I mean editing -writing in the text (and not using the comment feature)- then you might want to consider making text shortcuts for the phrases you use all the time. Please read this post from Darren Schuettpelz for direction on changing your preferences. This will not work in the comment bar- but I […]