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10 Things Every Teacher Should Know How To Do With Google Docs

10 Things Every Teacher Should Know How To Do With Google Docs
Google Docs is a powerful word processing tool that many schools have adopted. As it’s similar to Microsoft Word and other word processing tools, most of its features are intuitive to use. However, in addition to completing many of the functions of a traditional word processor, Google Docs provides even more capabilities that can be invaluable to educators. Here are ten tricks that can make your life easier with Google Docs: Share & Collaborate with Google Docs One of the most powerful features of Google Docs is that you can share and collaborate on documents with others. Sharing with individuals is relatively easy. Comments And Suggested Edits Sometimes, you don’t want to make changes on a document. Others can reply to your comments when they make changes or ask for clarification. Revision History One of my favorite tools in Google Docs is “Revision History.” Add-Ons Recently, Google released a suite of “Add-ons.” Leave Voice Comments Sometimes written comments are not enough. Image Editing

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10 Google Docs Hacks Every Teacher Should Know Google Docs is a popular word processing tool because it allows ready access to your documents and files from any internet connected device. It permits users to readily share documents and easily collaborate on materials. If you are already familiar with Google Docs, try out these 10 hacks to up your Google game! Convert a Word Doc to Google Docs Microsoft Word is still the most popular word processor in the business, educational, and private world. Even if you have fully jumped on the Google Docs bandwagon, undoubtedly you encounter a Word document on a regular basis or perhaps you have a repository of older Word Docs.

10 Comics That Shut Down Terrible Internet Arguments #2 is actually terrible. It asserts that 1) the gull is laughing at the problem of the other gulls picking on the ... rabbit? rat? 2) collective guilt is therefore acceptable. This is the sort of awful nonsense we saw when the #YesAllWomen/#NotAllMen hashtag wars polluted Twitter, with feminists demanding the right to tar all men as atavist sexists. Tips for Using Google Apps for Education to Create Digital Portfolios Google Apps for Education is a wonderful, collaborative program that allows students to create, collect, and curate artifacts of learning. While there is a wide variety of programs that can be used to create digital portfolios, here are four ways that the GAFE suite of programs can facilitate digital portfolio creation. What is A Digital Portfolio? A digital portfolio is a collection of artifacts of learning that demonstrate growth, acquisition of skills or knowledge, and student creativity over time.

7 Tools to keep your Mac Healthy For the four years I’ve been using a Mac, I haven’t used a maintenance tool. All I’ve ever done was verify disk permissions, and maybe use Drive Genius to perform some optimisation. But even that was just something ‘extra’ and not necessary according to me. The real question is, can maintenance tools really help in getting your system speedy, healthy, and less prone to crashes? The answer is a subjective yes. 5 Gmail Hacks Every Teacher Should Know Share Tweet Email Tons of schools (and thereby teachers, administrators, and students are using some form of Gmail as their email service these days. Along with the whole suite of Google Apps for Education, Gmail helps keeps teachers, students, and parents connected. Email is email, right?

Kalkylblad i Google Drive Upload Bloggen "Att bli lärare" Subscription preferences Loading... Working... Johan Falk Adding an Embed Code to a Google Site If you use Web 2.0 tools there is a possibility that what you create can be embedded in a Google Site. Step 1: In your Web 2.0 tool find where you can publish and obtain the embed code. This procedure will vary from tool to tool. Copy the embed code (control C) Step 2:

How to easily record video of your classes online (step-by-step) Using Google Hangouts on Air can enable teachers to create an online repository of videos of their classes. Students can watch them as needed. The walls that kept classes from learning together are slowly starting to topple. In the past, students were often confined to the classes they could take on campus. Teachers were often confined to teaching students face-to-face. Now, with video options like Google Hangouts and Skype, teachers and students can meet with each other — or practically anyone else — around the globe that has the basic technology needs.

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