New from NCCE: The Chromebook App List from the Tech-Savvy Teachers

We are pleased to release a new tool from the NCCE Tech-Savvy Teachers, the NCCE Chromebook App List! The list will always be at this […]

The Google Drawings Manifesto for Teachers

Google Drawings is the hidden gem in the core G Suite tools for education. Everyone is familiar with Google Docs, Google Slides and Google Sheets. […]

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 […]

Three Lessons from the Google Docs Phishing Scam: K-12 Education Edition

Earlier this week, an unknown person or persons launched a short-lived, but clever cyber attack against Google Docs' users. While apparently not targeted toward schools, […]

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 […]

Google’s buried treasure: 18 hidden tricks and tools

Google is a behemoth. With all of its tools and apps and programs and initiatives, there’s no way to keep tabs on everything. As such, […]

Session Documents: Candy is Dandy, An Introduction to Collaboration in G-Suite for Education #ncce17 #nccechat

At the link below, you’ll find the session notes for the “Candy is Dandy” Workshop at #NCCE17 in Portland! http://techsavvy.link/candy2017 The post Session Documents: Candy […]

Slides: K-12 Formative Assessment and Analysis with Forms and Sheets

Here are my slides from my presentation: K-12 Formative Assessment and Analysis with Forms and Sheets The post Slides: K-12 Formative Assessment and Analysis with […]

Enhance Student Collaboration in your Google Classrooms with SMART amp

Our friends at SMART Technologies are guest posting today sharing SMART amp and how easy it integrates in Google Apps for Education. Jason and I […]

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 […]

Customized email newsletters for every kid with Google Forms

Classroom newsletters are kind of hit and miss. If you’re sending photocopies of them home in students’ backpacks, I’ll bet your success rate is less […]

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 […]

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