Gearing Up for Hour of Code (GTT030)

Think of the most important languages students could learn to prepare them for the future. What makes your list? Chinese? Arabic? Spanish? (Deep down inside, […]

Ditch That Marking: 5+ ways to improve grading

I had a pile of assessments to mark (grade). I knew was going to take the best part of four hours to get done. I […]

There’s More Than Homework in Students’ Drive Accounts

Through a partnership earlier this year with Project Tomorrow and the impressive national research project, Speak Up, we’ve found that student use of school-provided technology […]

Creating moveable digital activities with Google Drawings + Slides

A teacher sent me a link to a video recently. I think it was probably from Teachers Pay Teachers, and she asked, “How do you […]

How Round Rock ISD Stays Focused on Student Safety

If you haven’t noticed, with the launch of our new website earlier this month, we’ve renamed our popular case studies to Success Stories. The goal […]

How to use Google Classroom’s secret productivity tool: the mobile app

The education world is starting to get used to Google Classroom. It was released in August 2014 to much fanfare and basic features. Since then, […]

Surge in Chromebook Adoption Leads to Increasing Need to Keep Students Safe    

School leaders have an ironclad legal requirement to ensure student safety and privacy when using online tools for learning known as CIPA, the Children’s Internet […]

How to Get the Most from Your G Suite for Education Implementation

Earlier this year, Google announced that it has more than 70 million G Suite for Education users worldwide. This number has increased from 50 million in […]

How to manage Google Classroom like a boss with notifications

When you’re using Google Classroom to manage your class’s workflow, there’s a lot going on. There are assignments and announcements that you’ve created. There are […]

How to Get the Most from Your G Suite for Education Implementation

Earlier this year, Google announced that it has more than 70 million G Suite for Education users worldwide. This number has increased from 50 million in […]

10 digital bell-ringer activities to kickstart class (Part 1)

One of the hooks from the book Teach Like a PIRATE that’s most memorable to me is the Board Message Hook. In a book about engaging students, […]

Surge in Chromebook Adoption Leads to Increasing Need to Keep Students Safe    

School leaders have an ironclad legal requirement to ensure student safety and privacy when using online tools for learning known as CIPA, the Children’s Internet […]

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