Restrict messages to authorized addresses or domains - G Suite Administrator Help You can allow email messages to be sent to and received from specific addresses or domains that you authorize. By default, users with Gmail accounts at your domain can exchange messages with any other email address. However, in some cases, you might want to restrict the addresses your users can exchange messages with. For example, a school might want to allow its students to exchange messages with the faculty and other students, but not with people outside of the school. While users receive only authenticated messages from listed domains, users who attempt to send messages to a domain not listed will see a message that specifies a policy prohibiting messages to that address, confirming that the message is unsent. Messages sent from unlisted domains—or messages from listed domains that can't be verified using DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) or Sender Policy Framework (SPF) records—are returned to the sender with a message about the policy.
4 new tools to help teachers do what they do best Posted by Jonathan Rochelle, Director of Product Management, Google for Education and Cyrus Mistry, Lead Product Manager, Devices and Content, Google for Education Editor's note: This week our Google for Education team will be joining thousands of educators at the annual ISTE conference. Follow along here and on Twitter for the latest news and updates. Teachers are great communicators, collaborators, creators and critical thinkers. It takes a teacher to empower students with these skills and create the leaders of our future.
Google Apps and sites Sites and Apps for Education Mappe Concettuali, Aggregatori di lezioni, Repository Thinglink Mindomo Blendspace Nineteen Ways for Students to Prepare for Flipped Classrooms – Flipped Learning Simplified In a flipped classroom, students typically interact with a short micro-video (flipped video) before class and then class time is transformed into an active place of engagement and learning. Some teachers think that students take to flipped learning quickly. However, since many students have been trained in how to learn passively, they need to have explicit instructions on how to learn differently in a flipped classroom. Below is a series of suggestions teachers may find helpful to hand out to students to prepare them for a flipped classroom. Use Images as Answer Choices with Google Forms! James Frye serves as Blended English Teacher, Instructional Technology Facilitator and Public Information Officer for Newton-Conover City Schools. Formerly, he was an English and Journalism Teacher at Newton-Conover High School in Newton, NC, where he still continues to teach as a Blended English Teacher. He is a North Carolina Teaching Fellow and has spent time studying education at the Hochschule Magdeburg-Stendal in Germany. James graduated from Michigan State University, where he earned an M.A. in Curriculum, Instruction, and Educational Technology.
Google says its G Suite for Education now has 70M users Google announced that its G Suite for Education, which was previously known as Google Apps for Education, now has 70 million users worldwide. That’s up from 60 million a year ago and 50 million in October 2015. That’s a pretty steady growth rate for Google’s student/teacher-centric productivity suite. 38 Ideas to Use Google Drive in Class August 11, 2014 This is the third post in a series of posts aimed at helping teachers and educators make the best out of Google Drive in classrooms. This series comes in a time when teachers are getting ready to start a new school year and hopefully will provide them with the necessary know-how to help them better integrate Google Drive in their teaching pedagogy. The two previous posts featured in this series were entitled consecutively "New Google Drive Cheat Sheet" and "Teachers Visual Guide to Google Drive Sharing". Today's post covers some interesting ideas and tips on how to go about using Google Drive in your classroom.
Blendspace - Create lessons with digital content in 5 minutes Make mobile learning awesome! Student creation Share materials Free! Get our new app! Save time by using free lessons & activities created by educators worldwide! 5 Uses for Google Forms in Schools Over the last year, Google has showered Forms with a lot of attention and, as a result, has enjoyed numerous, productive updates for educators. I use Google Forms regularly in my school and now more than ever, it’s become instrumental for both my academic as well as administrative duties. Here are five ways that you can use Google Forms in your school. Bell Ringer/Exit Ticket I’m a fan of bell ringers and exit tickets. Bell ringers are a great tool to check for understanding and to get my students in the mind-set of the class.
10 Ways to Use Google Sites with Your Students April 18, 2014 Google Sites is one of the best website creation software I have been recommending for teachers. There are a wide variety of reasons why Google Sites is an ideal platform to host your class website and here are some of them: Google Sites is easy to use and has a student friendly interface.You can set up your website within minutes without the need for any HMTL or CSS knowledge.It provides highly customizable themes that you can easily apply to your site.It is integrated with some other Google serves like Google Calendar.Google Sites has a wonderful web-based editor that allows you to easily create, edit and share you content.It provides a set of collaborative features including multiple editors and commenting.Inserting images, videos, and other multimedia materials is ridiculously easy.It provides a modest cloud storage capacity for you to upload documents, files, attachments, and PDFs.And it is FREE.
Google Forms Refresh - Very Refresh! We believe that Google’s mission statement somehow involves making us at Dotto Tech happy. Well, maybe not quite but they do strive to provide their users with robust tools for our endeavors. Save