Google Classroom is the most popular digital tool in education, due to its cost (free!) and the multitude of easy-to-use apps and resources related to it.
Google Education Tools and Apps
Google Classroom is a suite of online tools that allows teachers to set assignments, have work submitted by students, to mark and return graded papers, and more.
Google Classroom uses the Google ecosystem of tools such as Docs and Slides, for easy materials sharing, and helps simplify student work evaluation.
Google Classroom allows teachers to teach remotely with features such as being able to set assignments, post announcements, share resources, communicate, and grade papers with annotations.
If you’re a new teacher looking to set up a class, a student interested in how the platform works, or a guardian looking to learn more about Google Classroom, this start-up guide will help.
Everything a teacher needs to know about using Google Classroom to its fullest.
Google Forms is a quick and easy way to leverage a form-based system to create online quizzes, make grading faster and simpler.
Here are five tips for designing "cheat proof" Google Forms!
Google Sheets is a cloud-based spreadsheet tool that allows teachers to create useful spreadsheets for planning class, grading, and organizing resources, activity reviews, quizzes, and more.
Google Slides is a free and super simple presentation tool akin to PowerPoint that teachers can use to create presentations and learning resources.
Google Slides is the online presentation tool for teachers to create free resources for students, presentations and more.
Many tools to make animated GIFs are available, but it is always helpful to find one that is free and super easy to use with Google tools.
Four excellent, free options for recording audio right in a web browser, and then how to add that audio to Google Slides.
Google Jamboard is an innovative tool that allows teachers to interact with students with a whiteboard-style experience, without even needing to be in the same room.
Even though Google Jamboard was initially designed with business meetings in mind, it can be a super powerful collaboration tool for schools.
Google Sites is a free, easy-to-use website building and publishing tool that's ideal for use by teachers and students.
Google Meet is a popular free-to-use video conferencing tool that replaces Google Hangouts and can be used to hold group or one-to-one video chats.
A variety of lessons can be presented over video with Google Meet, from teaching the history of the Iroquois Confederation, the parts of speech, or how radioactive decay works. Here’s how to make the most of the platform.
A Google Doc add-on is a software addition that allows educators to expand the capabilities of Google Docs so they can be more creative in helping students learn most effectively.
These templates are great for students who want a quick and easy Doc, Slide, Sheet or Drawing.
Google maps isn't just for driving directions. Learn how to use the free tool to teach geography, history and more.
Google Earth is a powerful and free-to-use online tool that lets anyone travel the world, virtually.
The best Google Earth tips and tricks for teaching can help turn a classroom, or remote learning experience, into a mind-expanding trip limited only by imagination.
Grackle is software designed to help make digital files more accessible. It makes sharing files easier and everyone will be able to open and see anything they're sent.