Thinking Ahead to 2021-2022 Thinking Ahead to 2021-2022

Thinking Ahead to 2021-2022

This past year has certainly been full of challenges. Teachers, students and families were pushed and pulled in many directions. However, in all of these hardships were opportunities for growth. It is often in the most difficult of times that we dig deep to find our creativity, resilience and strength to move things forward. It […]

Edit and version history in Google Docs and Sheets

New Features for Edit and Version History In Google Docs & Sheets

In the past, you have been able to use the File menu to see the version history in Google Docs and Google Sheets. This would allow you to see all of the versions by date, time and the name of the person who edited the file. Although this has been extremely helpful, Google is now […]

Introducing Wakelet Student Accounts

Introducing Student Wakelet Accounts

What?!? Student Accounts in Wakelet? Wakelet is one of our favorite multipurpose instructional tools. Until now, students under 13 could add to a teacher’s collection of resources and create content in Spaces. But now, thanks to listening to the voices of teachers, Wakelet has added the ability to create secure student accounts simply by using […]

What is Cloud Search?

Cloud Search Makes Finding Things Even Easier

Have you ever needed to find something in your Google life only to not remember if it was a calendar event, email, or document? Of course there is search within Calendar to look for events, search in Email to find emails, and search in Drive to find particular files. But did you know you can […]

Google Workspace Updates

Google Workspace Updates

There are several new features coming your way within Google Workspace!  Check out these useful updates! Google Classroom: Rich Text Formatting Now you can create assignments and posts with rich text formatting. This includes bulleted lists, bold, italics and underlining. Now you can bring emphasis and organization to your Google Classroom! Google Slides: New Presentation […]

It's Time for some Spring Cleaning!

It’s Time for Some Spring Cleaning!

It’s that time of year again… time for a little spring cleaning! Although you’re welcome to gather your brooms, dustpans and mops. we’re focusing on our digital life. Let’s take a look at a few ways you can bring order to your chaos and do a bit of organizing for efficiency! Google Drive Your Google […]

Level the Learning Field with Chromebook Accessibility Features

Level the LEARNING Field with Chromebook Accessibility Features

It is vital that we make instructional content available to all students regardless of their abilities. Did you know that there are a variety of features built-in to Chromebooks to make learning even more accessible? Our 1:1 Chromebook devices are powerful tools to distribute content, engage with our students and support instruction. Here are a […]

Coming To Google Workspace

Coming to Google Workspace

Thank you, Google for Education! There are some exciting changes and updates coming to Google for Education! Here are a few we wanted to highlight for you; End a Meet Call for ALL participants This is a feature that has been highly requested in order to prevent students from rejoining meetings. Staff will be able […]

Chalkboard reading "Google Classroom Video Series"

Google’s New Classroom Video Series

With the help of Google Certified Trainers worldwide, Google has created a Google Classroom video series. This series is a collection of videos focused on solving teaching and learning challenges facing classrooms. These videos are categorized into Assessment, Communication, Creativity & Innovation, Differentiation, Family Engagement, Hybrid Learning, and Planning and Preparation.  Each category contains a […]

Google Classroom Tips

3 Google Classroom Tips for Management

Google Classroom is a wonderful instructional tool for teachers whether you are teaching face-to-face, online-only or in an hybrid environment. Staying organized can help you and your students stay on top of things! Here are a few tips for managing your students through Google Classroom. Tip #1: Use Topics for Organization Organize your classroom into […]

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