“Learn with great passion. Learn with great enthusiasm.” – Lailah Gifty Akita
Google apps have so many features to help your students collaborate, brainstorm, research and create effectively with technology. Google also makes collecting and assessing digital activities much easier and quicker for teachers. In this blog and in my new book, Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions, I’ve created several Google Docs, Google Drawings, Google Forms, Google Spreadsheets, and Google Slides templates teachers can copy and edit. Find more Google tips, resources and templates by following the Google gurus listed below and by searching the recommended hashtags on Twitter. I’ve included a general overview of some of Google’s features in my presentation, Ideas for Teaching with Google Apps and Tools, which is free to download as a PDF.
- Recommended hashtags to follow on Twitter for Google tips and resources are #GoogleEDU, #GAFEChat, #GAFE, #GoogleClassroom, #GoogleET, and #GSuiteEdu.
- These are the Google gurus on Twitter I learn from most. I created a Twitter list for you to quickly follow them and check out their blogs! Google gurus- @EricCurts, @Mr_Yoder, @ShakeUpLearning, @MsDrasby, @KylePace, @RKiker, @Jswiatek, @BradJDale, @AliceKeeler, @JMattMiller, and @EeeVeeDee.
cross posted at teacherrebootcamp.com
Shelly Terrell is an education consultant, technology trainer, and author. Read more at teacherrebootcamp.com.