ITS. New Classroom treats for much-appreciated teachers. Posted by Andrew Cunningham, Software Engineer(Cross-posted on the Google for Work Blog.)
It’s teacher appreciation week here in the U.S., and for me, that means celebrating the teacher who has had absolutely the most impact on my life: Mike Zamansky. Mr Z, as he is affectionately known, has been making Computer Science cool at Stuyvesant High School for more than 20 years, and what I learned in his classes has put me on the path I’m still on today. So from me and everyone at Classroom to Mr. Z and every other teacher who inspires their students: Thank you for doing just that. A year ago, we marked Teacher Appreciation Week in the U.S. by telling you that Google Classroom was on its way. Grade assignments from your phone or tablet, and add private feedback to give students guidance, encouragement, constructive criticism or personalized feedback. You can create and edit assignments on the go, including the ability to make a copy for every student. Street View Treks: – About – Google Maps.
Kyle Pace sur Twitter : "Google Drive changed Incoming back to Shared with Me...#googleedu #gafesummit #googlect... New treats for teachers and students. Posted by Vance Vagell, User Experience Prototyper In every classroom around the world, teachers spend time decorating their rooms by tacking up fun decorations and outstanding student work.
Starting today, teachers can bring those same personal touches to Classroom by uploading their own images to use as themes. That’s just one of the little surprises we’ve sprinkled throughout Classroom to brighten your winter (or sweeten your summer, for our Southern Hemisphere friends). If you have an image you’d like to use as your theme, Classroom will help you crop it to the perfect dimensions, and automatically pick a matching class color. And in case you don’t have a great photo to use, we’re adding 18 new images and 30 pattern themes to our gallery, so teachers have lots of options to make their classes look great. Mrs. Harrel's Class sur Twitter : "Look at these awesome kids! They inserted pictures and typed a story! Amazing! #FirstGrade #GoogleClassroom #r7proud. Lori Burbee sur Twitter : "First day on Google Classroom! They are rockstars! #greathappenshere #r7proud... LSR7 ITS sur Twitter : "Did you know you can go straight to editing in Docs from a Word doc sent in Gmail? #itsthelittlethings #googleedu.
Google Santa Tracker is back with an educational twist. Google and Santa have a lot in common.
Produced by CUE, each Academy is an intensive, two-day event during which participants get hands-on experience with Google tools, learn about innovative instructional strategies, receive resources to share with colleagues, and immerse themselves in a supportive community of educators making impact. Applicants Approximately 50 innovative educators from around the world are selected to attend each GTA based on the merits of their online application. Google Earth Lessons. Lesson Organization: Google Earth How To's - Learn how to do the basics so you are comfortable teaching with Google Earth Student Controlled - Where the student controls Google Earth.
Suitable for labs, mini-labs, home school, etc. Teacher Controlled - Suitable for Lectures, Presentations, whole class discussions, etc. Mini-Lessons - Lesson starters for looking at various topics Icon Legend. Earth (Google Tools for Schools) Google Earth Google Earth combines the power of Google Search with satellite imagery, maps, terrain and 3D buildings to put the world's geographic information at your fingertips.
(Note: while Google Earth is a free program, the application must be downloaded to your computer.)Fly to your house. Just type in an address, press Search, and you’ll zoom right in.Search for schools, parks, restaurants, and hotels. Get driving directions.Tilt and rotate the view to see 3D terrain and buildings, or look up to explore the skySave and share your searches and favorites.Google Earth Users GuideGoogle Earth Learn - Video Tutorials Explore the world in 3D from anywhere.
Google Drive, iCloud, Dropbox and More Compared: What's the Best Cloud Option? Aviary’s editing tools: now in Google Drive! Goofram - Search Google and Wolfram Alpha at the same time! Google Map tools. Google Play and FanBridge Offer Musicians Free Artist Hub Accounts.
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 charges $25 for artists to sign-up for the artist hub but thanks to the fan management platform FanBridge, the sign-up fee will be waived for one week. Existing FanBridge customers will also be able to easily create and manage their own presence on Google Play. The free offer is only available to artist’s in the United States and will run from March 27 – April 3. This is the first concentrated effort that Google has taken to drive artist adoption of its media platform. Despite a lot of early hype — and positive user reviews — the service has failed to gain a lot of traction.
Street View - Gallery – Google Maps Street View – Google. Collaborate at work with Google Apps Team Edition - Google Apps for business. Making the most of your sidebar in Google Sites. 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+. We’ll host these broadcasts from time to time on the Google Enterprise Google+ page to give you the inside scoop on our business and products. Last week, we hosted our first Hangout On Air from the Google Enterprise Google+ page with Jonathan Rochelle, Director of Product Management, Jeff Harris, Google Docs Product Manager, Teresa Wu, Google Docs Community Manager, and Eric Brunnett, Director of IT at Trump Hotel Collection. During the conversation, Jonathan Rochelle told us the story of how Google Docs, Google Drive and cloud collaboration came to be.
What was once an experiment to bring desktop software to the web is now a collaboration and productivity platform used by millions of people in their personal lives and at businesses, universities, non-profits and government agencies around the world. Tips and Tricks for Google Sites - Annuaire du Vin. Art Project, powered by Google. Using Google Docs. Using Google Forms to Create a online Quiz.