Tour Creator is a website by Google that allows teachers and students to create tours for VR (virtual reality) or in a web browser.
This year’s conference highlighted so many ways to use Google apps and tools to engage learners and make grading, assessment, feedback, pbl, gamification, student engagement, collaboration, student choice, and student voice easy to do!
Tenae Alfaro, Slate Creek principal, is planning a summer trip and so she asked fourth grade kids to do some in-depth research and plan a trip for her.
“Becoming a Google for Education Premier Partner will help us amplify our message about student safety,” said Gaggle CEO Jeff Patterson.
Even something as useful as Google Classroom can become cluttered and less efficient if we fail to manage it well.
In this post, I'll describe seven types of search engines all students and teachers should be aware of.
Catch up on everything new in G Suite for Education from March 2019, and see great ideas and resources!
Google Forms is a tremendous tool for organizing and automating digital quizzes. Here are five tips for designing "cheat proof" Google Forms!
Google Forms is a marvelous tool in the classroom. Get even more value out of form by applying these five tips that go beyond the basics.
Catch up on everything new in G Suite for Education from January 2019, and see great ideas and resources!
To help educators who want to move beyond the capabilities of Google Classroom, itslearning has created an easier workflow between G Suite and the itslearning learning management system.
Over the years I have come across and/or created a wide range of fun and creative ways to use Google tools with primary aged students.
There are several tools that can be used for this sort of self-assessment. One great option is to use Google Sheets with conditional formatting.