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An Easy and Quick Way to Grade Quizzes on Google Drive Using Super Quiz Tool

An Easy and Quick Way to Grade Quizzes on Google Drive Using Super Quiz Tool
February 22, 2015 Super Quiz is an excellent Google Sheets add-on that allows teachers to add some amazing functionalities to the quizzes they create through Google Forms. For instance, when you create a quiz, you only need to complete it once with an answer key and all future submissions will be automatically graded according to the answers you provided. Another important feature of Super Quiz is that it enables you to get a break down of class understanding and a list of incorrect students' answers for each question in case you want to stage an intervention. Also, “By filling out a few cells of information, you can also generate personalized differentiated written feedback emailed to students as soon as they submit a response. No need to monitor and ‘re-grade’ - just set-up and go!You can split your quiz in up to 4 different topics, and provide specific feedback on each. Watch the video below to learn more about Super Quiz

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4 Must Have YouTube Chrome Apps for Teachers April 28, 2016 YouTube is absolutely an excellent resource of educational video content to use with students in class (if it’s not blocked in your school). However, YouTube ’s experience can sometimes be student-unfriendly. YouTube videos are usually embedded within a distractive environment that disperses the viewers focus and divides their attention. Annoying ads, recommended videos, suggested playlists are three examples of distractive elements you would normally find on a typical YouTube page. Also, the comment section under videos can sometimes include obscene, hateful and inappropriate language that we don’t want our students to see. To this end, and to help you make the best of YouTube in your instruction, we are sharing with you four awesome Chrome extensions to use in class.

10 of The Best Chrome Apps for Math Teachers February 23, 2015 Here is what we have been working on over the last weekend. This is a list that comprises some of the best math apps and extensions in Chrome store. We have literally gone through hundreds of apps to finally decide on the apps that would make the cut.These extensions are meant to help kids develop math skills through a wide variety of exercises, activities, games, interactive simulations and many more. How to add music to your Google Slides presentation Music is a great way to liven up your presentations and keep your audience engaged. Unlike Microsoft PowerPoint, however, Google Sheets doesn’t include support for audio files. But with the following workarounds, you can add a soundtrack to any slide for a more dramatic deck. Add a link to an online music file The easiest way to add music to your Google Slides presentation is to link to a track from an online music service like Spotify, Soundcloud, or Grooveshark. 1.

What can you do on a Chromebook? Pretty much everything. Chromebooks are getting more and more popular in education, the workplace and at home. They are very useful and capable, but I still hear "but they are only a web browser" "they can't do much" etc. when in reality, they can do pretty much everything. UPDATE: They also work offline, contrary to popular belief: Tips and Resources for Using Chromebooks offline

3 Powerful QR Code Generator Apps for Chrome Users April 15, 2015 Looking for some powerful QR Code generators to use on your Chrome? The list below has you covered. These are basically some of the most popular QR Code generator apps out there. 50 Of The Best Google Chrome Extensions For Teachers 50 Of The Best Google Chrome Extensions For Teachers by TeachThought Staff Google Chrome is, increasingly, where it’s at. As of April 2014, Google Chrome become the de facto internet browser, passing Internet Explorer for the first time after a five-year free-fall from Microsoft’s out-of-favor software. Fast forward to today, and StatCounter paints an even bleaker picture for Google Chrome competition, with Safari, Firefox, and IE combined still below Chrome’s nearly-50% market share. While the real story is more complicated, with Microsoft bundling IE with windows giving it a huge built-in user-base, the rise of Google Chromebooks, Apple’s elegant-but-iOS-only Safari, and overall a subtle shift in mobile away from browsers to apps muddling the picture even further, what’s truly “the best” or “most popular” browser isn’t cut-and-dry.

3 Powerful Map Extensions to Use with Students in Class March , 2016 Below are three very good map tools you can use with students in class. These are Chrome extensions that empower you with a bunch of excellent features to create, edit and customize your maps the way you want. Some of these features include: create stylized Google Maps to share with your students in image, GPZ or PDF format, measure the distances between areas in a map using Free Maps Ruler, create mapped routes with permalinks to track on your mobile device using GPS. Google Tutorials Upload Twitter Richard Byrne Loading... Working... ► Play all Pecha Kucha presentations with Google Apps: Fast and to the Point The Pecha Kucha presentation format can be a great way to provide an overview of a topic. Pecha Kucha presentations consist of 20 slides shown for 20 seconds each. This tends to produce a high-energy, fast-paced presentation.

7 Must Watch Videos on The Use of Chromebooks in Class October 13, 2015 Google for Education channel in YouTube has this wonderful series of hangouts highlighting the use of Chromebooks in classrooms. Each hangout features a number of teachers discussing the different ways they use Chromebooks with their students. More specifically, the hangouts will provide you with innovative ideas and tips on how to better integrate Chromebook in your classroom instruction.

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