Chrome - Why use Google Chrome? Clearing your browsing data
Google Chrome Apps for Educators
Bloom's Taxonomy Presented Visually
Teacher Academy Resources This site was created to support the Google Teacher Academy (GTA). Anyone may view the site and take advantage of the resources shared here. Only Google Certified Teachers (GCT) are free to edit and add to the site.
Google Earth Earth (Google Tools for Schools)
Google Drive, iCloud, Dropbox and More Compared: What's the Best Cloud Option?
Aviary’s editing tools: now in Google Drive! | Aviary Blog
Google Map tools
Google is making it easier for U.S. artists to sell their music on the Google Play artist hub by offering free sign-up for a limited time. The Google Play artist hub is where musicians can create a Google Play store page, set the price on their music and sell direct to users. Artists get 70% of revenue and Google gets 30%. Google Play and FanBridge Offer Musicians Free Artist Hub Accounts
One of the most valuable #edtech lessons that I ever learned came from Hall Davidson , who suggests that teachers interested in incorporating digital storytelling projects into their classrooms create digital kits that students can use as starting points for their efforts.
Making the most of your sidebar in Google Sites | Docs Blog Cross-posted from the Google Enterprise blog . Editor's note: Hangouts On Air are live video chats, interviews, or performances that are broadcast to Google+.
Tips and Tricks for Google Sites - Annuaire du Vin
Using Google Docs
Using Google Forms to Create a online Quiz
If you’re a student with classes, homework, and projects–not to mention your social life–time is truly at a premium for you, so why not latch onto the wide world that Google has to offer?