Ms. Drasby's Ed Tech Babble

This blog shares innovative ideas to support the integration of educational technology. The site's main focus is on supporting educators with integrating Google APPS for Education by sharing ideas, templates, tutorials along with other resources.

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Posts by Ms. Drasby's Ed Tech Babble

Easily Ungroup Shared Calendars

In the Google Help Forums, I spotted the following question. “If there was a tool for ungrouping and grouping shared Google Calendars?” Naturally, my reply […]

My Shape Disappeared! No Worries!!!

It always amazes me when I hear someone say, “Something is wrong with this program!” “My shape, image, & text keep disappearing!” I always enjoy the […]

Annotating with Doc Files & Keep

One of the questions I often hear is, “How can students annotate math notes without a whiteboard?” My answer is, “When using Google APPS it’s […]

Arranging Shapes & Images Made Easy!

The artist within me absolutely enjoys timesaving design tools found within Google Slides, and Drawings. Aligning multiple objects or images on a page is quick […]

Add a Little Pizazz…

When using a Google Doc Table as a graphic organizer add some pizazz to jumpstart the thinking process. It may help a child or adult […]

Its the “Simple Things that Count”

While watching a child struggling to write a story the following thought hit me! Show the child how to make a simple graphic organizer using […]

The Secret of Publishing a Google Site

During the creation of a collaborative Google Site, I discovered the “Publish to Specific People” setting. This share setting provides the ability to restrict a website […]

Power of G Suite Share Settings…

It seems “Share Settings” is one of those misunderstood tools embedded into G Suite APPS. “Share Settings” may become a powerful tool to use. It […]

Image Search, Yes! Can Do!!!

A Google Image Search provides both student and adult researchers with another method for finding information. Sometimes an image search brings up new information overlooked […]

Just Luv Pinning Tabs!!!

Recently in the Chrome Help Forum a user asked if there was a way to prevent tabs from being lost when closed. The question reminded […]

Spin It Around…

Recently I received an email asking how do you turn a Google Slide image upside down . The answer is very simple and works to […]

Back from Blogging Hiatus…

Hey folks I really missed sharing & caring, along with answering your questions via post comments. Recently I helped a relative near and dear to […]

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