Classroom Assignment Notification Big Timesaver!!!

It is not unusual to hear teachers & students complain about a massive amount of notification Emails flooding their inbox. Students may find Google Classroom […]

Video Sharing in Google Classroom and Seesaw

Need to share videos into Google Classroom or Seesaw? You’re not the only teacher who needs to put a quick tutorial video together for students. […]

Google Classroom (still) to the rescue: Blogging, vlogging, and podcasting

This post is written by Laura Steinbrink, a high school English teacher and tech coach from Plato, Missouri. This post was originally published on her blog, […]

Ditch Channel: 12 video tutorials, strategies and lesson ideas for educators

Sometimes we just need to see something to visualize how it might look in our classroom. Here are 12 video tutorials along with links to […]

5, 4, 3, 2, 1...

Blastoff!  For many of us we are just weeks or even days away from the 1st day of school.  We've talked about what blended learning […]

How to use Chromebooks offline for elearning day activities, homework

No internet at home? No problem. Set up Chromebooks and laptops with offline access to G Suite. Your elearning day activities just got a lot […]

Should we use auto-graded multiple-choice quizzes?

Scantron was one of the early auto-grading innovations. It cut your grading time down significantly. (Of course, there were those little plastic templates you could […]

6 things that make auto-graded Google Forms quizzes better

Auto-graded quizzes have their pro’s and con’s. They cut back on teacher grading time and provide students with quick feedback. But they don’t show what […]

75+ Google Classroom tips and tricks

Google classroom is great for speed, simplicity, and efficiency but not all functions are easy to get at first and even if you’re a pro […]

Google Classroom Users – Have you seen the new originality reports?

A big new feature was added to Google Classroom this fall, Originality Reports. This has been a feature educators have been requesting for some time […]

20 Seesaw ideas with Chromebooks for K-12 classes

Creating is memorable. When students learn something and then can create something with it — a digital project, a story, a video — that’s something […]

3 easy strategies to organize your Google Classroom

Let’s be honest. Your Google Classroom is a hot mess. If it is, you’re like many, many other teachers. (If it’s not a hot mess, […]

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