Jeremy McBrayer - Education Technology Made Easy

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Google Docs is Not Good for Newsletters…But This Program Is

Interestingly, one of teachers biggest complaints when adopting GSuite for Education is that they can no longer create beautiful newsletters because the formatting options are […]

This is Where EdTech Companies Miss the Mark

Districts spend billions of dollars annually on edtech for their schools. As more and more places go 1:1, that number will continue to rise. Because […]

Help Graduating Students Take Their Google Drive

One of the major pain points for GSuite for Education in the past is that there has never been a good or easy way to […]

5 Ways for Your Students to Use Google Keep

Google Keep is a fantastic tool. If you are not familiar with Keep, it is a notetaking app that is part of GSuite. My wife […]

But Doesn’t That Make it Easier to Cheat?

I want all of the students in all of the classes to have access to devices. I will always suggest Chromebooks, or iPads, or BYOD. […]

Lock Sheets Cells From Being Edited

Have you ever wanted to make your Google Sheets spreadsheet collaborative so others could edit data that is pertinent to them, but you were afraid […]

Set a Startpoint on Videos in Google Slides

One of the things that I get most excited about is when I stumble onto a feature that I didn’t know existed. That happened to […]

Create a Professional Gmail Signature

I used this tip for my demo slam at a recent EdTechTeam GSuite Summit. It doesn’t matter if you are in education or any other […]

#PubPD in Chicago Area

Join us on Thursday, January 19 at 6pm for #PubPD. These events are organized by Maple Syrup EDU as a way for educators from across the […]

New Google Sites: Hide a Page from the Navigation Menu

Things are constantly being added to the new Google Sites. While my initial impressions were very mixed, I am really starting to get on board […]

Your Header on the New Google Sites Can Be a Video!?!

Yes, you read that headline correctly. I’m sure you have seen these websites that have videos on the homepage built into a parallax frame. Take this […]

The Culture of “Yes, and…”

As teachers get better and better at the basics of using technology, I find that I am often in a position to help them come […]

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