35 Awesome Apps that Integrate with Google Classroom. Save Pinterest Google Classroom Apps! Did you know that Google Classroom plays well with others? Yep! Google is known for making their applications open to working with third-party applications, and Google Classroom is no exception. Are you using Google Classroom? Ready to find apps that make Google Classroom even better? How to Use These Applications with Google Classroom Most of the applications below connect to Google Classroom through a “share button.” To use the application with Google Classroom, Create an account within the application or website.Locate or create the activity or resources within the application or website.Use the “Share to Classroom” option within the chosen application. Note: This list is not exhaustive, nor does it include applications that sync with Google Classroom in other ways.
Credit: Google for Education Blog 35 Awesome Applications that Integrate with Google Classroom 1. (programs and educational resources) 2. cK-12 3. (learning management system) 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. New ways to comment on Microsoft files (and more) in Google Drive. With commenting in Drive preview, you won’t need to open up other tools to complete tasks. Instead, open Microsoft Office files, like Word, Excel and PowerPoint, in Drive preview and give feedback in comments then get back to work. AODocs, a company that helps enterprises replace their legacy document management applications and automate business processes integrated with Drive, has been testing the new Drive commenting feature for the past few months. As AODocs helps companies transition from legacy systems, they often collaborate across various licensed software. “We frequently use the comments feature in Google Docs and Slides when preparing specification documents, reviewing project proposals and creating marketing materials,” says Stéphane Donzé, chief executive officer and founder of AODocs.
“With commenting in Drive Preview feature, we can now extend the same collaboration, review and validation processes to Microsoft Office Applications, images and PDFs.” Get started with Drive. It can be difficult to browse through hundreds of files just to find the one you need. So, try searching Drive instead. In Drive’s search box, enter a word or phrase. To help you search faster, Drive suggests search terms as you enter text. Click one of the suggestions to open it, or click Search search to see a list of results. Search for files or folders in Drive: Advanced search options: In the search box, click the Down arrow arrow_drop_down to see the search options. Search a folder in Drive: You can only search folders that are in My Drive or Team Drives. In the search box, click the Down arrow arrow_drop_down and in the Advanced search window, go to the Location field.
Kortkommandon i Chrome | Alla kortkommandon / snabbkommando på ett ställe! 2/6 Expeditions - Google Slides. 2/6 Forms - Google Slides. How to use Google Sheets: The Complete Beginner's Guide. How to use Google Sheets: A Beginner’s Guide This tutorial will help take you from an absolute beginner, or basic user, of Google Sheets through to a confident, competent, intermediate-level user. Google Sheets is a hugely powerful tool, for everything from digital marketing to finance modeling, from project management to statistical analysis, in fact, just about any activity involving the recording and analysis of data. And if you’re (relatively) new, it really pays dividends to learn how to use Google Sheets correctly. This tutorial will help you transition from newbie to ninja in short order!
If you’re new to Google Sheets, then I recommend you start from the beginning of this article. However, if you’ve used Sheets before, feel free to skip sections 1 and 2, and begin with the Data and basic formulas section. A template is available for copying to your Drive, to accompany this tutorial. In addition, various advanced resources are listed for you to take things a step further. 1. Help! 2. Blended Learning with G Suite - GTT040. Blended learning is an education program (formal or non-formal) that combines online digital media with traditional classroom methods. Matt and Kasey explore how G Suite and Google are changing the game. Google News and Updates Featured Content InsertLearning is a Chrome extension that lets you turn websites into interactive lessons. Pear Deck is a formative assessment tool that allows you to add interactive questions, warmups, exit tickets, and even drawings to your Google Slides.
The sidebar now gives you access to a library of templates created by educators to support learning objectives typically found at the beginning, middle and end of a class. Beginning: Bell Ringer Example Middle: Labeling Diagrams Example End: Explain the Lesson Example 5 Interactive Question Types in Pear Deck You have 5 options for how students can respond to your question. A Draggable(TM)A drawingTextA numberMultiple Choice StackUp (stackup.net) — Gather data on what you read.
Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag. Create a Google Drive Folder for Each Student. A teacher was having her students work on an ongoing project where the students would save multiple documents to a folder in Google Drive. To make this process easier, I wrote a Google Apps Script file to automatically create and share the folders with the students. alicekeeler.com/makefolders The template above will prompt you to make a copy of a spreadsheet.
Rename the spreadsheet to something meaningful. Paste your class roster into column A and the student email addresses into column B. Use the Add-On menu to locate “Folder Maker.” Press the button in the sidebar menu to generate a folder for each student in your Google Drive. In the spreadsheet the link to each folder is created. Since each folder is only shared with the teacher and the single student, sharing the list of links with the class does not jeopardize student privacy. Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2015. Shut the Front Door (Again)! Updated Differentiation With Google Forms. Tips och idéer för Chrome OS och Google Dokument - SPSM Webbutiken. En fråga blev ett inlägg - skapa egna kartor i Google Maps.
Att skapa egna kartor i Google Maps är superenkelt om man bara vet hur man ska göra. Nedan följer en kort instruktion. 1. Gå till Google Maps. 2. Logga in med ditt google-konto. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Nu har du skapat dig en egen karta och den kan du dela med andra genom att välja "Dela" som finns direkt under namnet på din karta eller de tre prickarna till höger om namnet på din karta. Lycka till med kartskapandet! 11 Ways to Teach Math with Google Drawings. Google Drawings is one of my favorite parts of the Google Drive suite, even though it seems to often get overlooked. Perhaps that is because Google itself hides the Drawings link under the “More” menu in Drive rather than letting it sit at the grown up table with Docs, Sheets, and Slides. However, I think Drawings deserves much more attention especially in the classroom where it has so many educational uses. These include: Graphic organizers - see hereDesktop publishing - see here Interactive multimedia posters (Googlinks) - see here In addition to those ideas, one of my favorite uses for Google Drawings is teaching math.
Drawings lends itself very well to mathematics with its shapes, rotations, tables, lines, and much more. See below for 11 ideas for how to use Google Drawings to teach and learn math. In each case I have included a brief explanation of the idea, a Google Drawing template or example, and Common Core math standards addressed. 1) Lines of Symmetry 2) Partitioning Shapes.
Our Favorite Google Docs Tips & Tricks - GTT017. Matt and Kasey share some of their favorite Google Docs tips and tricks! Learn from us and share your own too. Google News and Updates (6:07) Featured Content (13:08) Matt’s favorite Docs tips and tricks: Automatic substitutionThree finger drag with ChromebooksClear formattingInsert > Image > Search (labeled for commercial reuse with modification)Email collaborators Kasey’s favorite Docs tips and tricks: Insert GIFForce a CopyVoice TypingTagging in CommentsPaste & Match Style Resources Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag (29:20) Paula FrankArlee Hall On The Blogs (34:00) Become a Google Trainer VIP Ready for some summer PD?
This is the e-course you have been waiting for–the course to help you on your journey to becoming a Google for Education Certified Trainer! Becoming a Google Certified Trainer was one of the best decisions I ever made, and it transformed my learning and my career! Watch the videos on this page to learn more about the process and this course. BecomeAGoogleTrainer.com. Problem loading page. 1/16 Forms - Google Slides. Gorgeous Google Drive with Jen Giffen - GTT010. Organizing Google Drive with Jen Giffen. Google News and Updates Free Technology Curriculum from GoogleVideo-based G Suite Lessons for Grades 7-12Streamline Hangouts and GmailSMS Moving Out of Hangouts on Android Featured Content Jen Giffen currently works as a Digital Literacy Resource Teacher with the York Region District School Board in Ontario, Canada. She has an M.Ed in Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning and a specialist in English. She is a level 2 Google Certified Educator and Google for Education Certified Trainer.
She spends her free time playing with her three little boys and coaching and participating in competitive cheerleading. Resources: Jen’s Lesson: Mystery Hangouts (grades 3-12 AND adults) Connect with Jen: Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag Keith George (Educational Technology Specialist from Alabama):Creating Google Forms with file upload: How do you let people submit the form when they’re not on the domain the form was created in?
On The Blogs Ask questions or share your feedback. Alice's Quick Way to Make a Google Form. I am a ninja with keyboard shortcuts and using the Tab key. I try to avoid touching the mouse whenever possible. I am getting pretty good with the keyboard shortcuts to create a Google Form with the new Google Forms, but it’s still too slow for me. I created an Add-on to create a Google Form from a spreadsheet, because… the answer is always a spreadsheet. Keyboard Shortcuts Here are a few tricks when creating a Google Form that I highly encourage you to get used to doing. It’s only slow at first… when you get used to it, it’s awesome.
Control Shift Enter: Insert a new question.I almost never touch that floating toolbar. Google Forms Script Add-on alicekeeler.com/form I use hint text on almost every question. Automatically creates the spreadsheet. Add-On Menu After creating a copy of the template above, use the Add-ons menu to choose “Make a Form.” Setup the Spreadsheet Before you can create the Form you need to set it up first. Title your Form. Create Form Spreadsheet of Responses Teaching Idea. New Google Calendar: Appointment Slots. I’m really digging the new layout for Google Calendar. It’s mostly just a new look not a loss of features. So good news, appointment slots are still there for G Suite for Education users. Appointment slots allow you to create available slots of people to sign up. In other words, instead of YOU manually adding each appointment to the calendar, people do it themselves. I used Google Calendar Appointment slots to meet with students to review their student portfolios.
View Matters If you are not finding appointment slots in the new Google Calendar it is because you’re on the wrong view… or you are in your Gmail. NOT Month View If you are in Month view (Press M) you will NOT be able to create Appointment slots. Red Add Events Button It might seem like you could create Appointment slots by clicking the red plus button. Create Appointment Slots You must click on the actual calendar itself and be in Day, Week, or 4 day view. More Options Click on the “More options” text to further edit. Be Internet Awesome - About. FREE FOR THE SUMMER: Fluency Tutor for Google. I have been impressed with the company Texthelp and their products to help students with reading You may be familiar with their Chrome extension Read&Write for Google Chrome. Read&Write helps students to read and write.
This extension is free for teachers (teachers need to sign up for the free premium version). Texthelp’s other product, Fluency Tutor, records student reading and even connects with Google Classroom. Free for the Summer For those that aren’t familiar, Fluency Tutor® for Google™ is a Google Chrome app that helps make reading aloud less stressful and more fun for students who need some extra support. It’s a big time saver for teachers, and great for struggling readers and English Language Learners. How do you take advantage of this offer? It’s simple, just install Fluency Tutor from the Chrome Web Store. That’s it! If you already use Fluency Tutor, but do not have premium access, you can still enter the code above to receive free access over the summer. Getting started. Faster Feedback: Create Editing Shortcuts in Google Docs.
Since I published “Stop Taking Grading Home,” I’ve had a ton of teachers ask me how I am able to give feedback on Google Docs so quickly. I give real-time feedback to ~8 students in a 25-minute station. It definitely helps that I am a skilled typist. I also keep the scope of my feedback narrow, so I am not trying to correct everything in one real-time editing station. In a single real-time editing session I might focus on their thesis statements, topic sentences, analysis, or citations.
The real secret to my success is in creating shortcuts right in my Google Documents. I hope this tip helps other teachers provide feedback on student writing more efficiently! If you have a strategy you use to provide feedback or assess student work, please share it! Google Forms Basics in 7 Steps [infographic] Here is how to quickly make a basic Google Form in 7 steps. Link to Infographic forms.google.comStart by going to forms.google.com and choose to “Start a new form.”
The Form is created in Google Drive. Google Forms can also be created in Google Drive. Click on the NEW button in Google Drive and choosing Forms from the “More” menu expander.Title the FormBy default, the form says “Untitled form.” Rename the title and then click in the upper left-hand corner to change the Form name to match. Create QuestionsThere is a floating toolbar to the right of where you build questions that allows you to add additional questions.
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