30 Google Classroom tips every teacher must know

  Google Classroom is a favorite among the many useful G Suite tools. It allows us to manage our classroom assignments digitally and saves us […]

8 ways feedback makes proficiencies work

Meet Grace Gilmour, and her proficiency-based classroom. “Oh yay. I was like: yay, my heart.” This was Grace Gilmour’s response to a student’s honest appraisal […]

One story, MANY endings: A fun, creative Google Slides activity

Reading a story as a class is great. It transports everyone to a different world, to a different time, with a different set of characters. […]

A Fresh, New Look for Google Classroom

A few weeks ago, Google rolled out a fresh new look for Google Classroom. Many teachers want to keep their Google Classroom organized and clean […]

The Emoji Text Generator: Say It With Feeling

A few weeks ago I shared a post about adding some pizzazz to your Google Classroom posts with the ᑕOOᒪ ᖴᗩᑎᑕY TE᙭T GEᑎEᖇᗩTOᖇ. As mentioned, […]

10 fantastic Google tips from the Google Teacher Tribe

Google is so deep and so broad and so wide. It’s constantly updating and adding — and sometimes removing — features and services. It’s almost […]

Easy Tips for Turning Off Google Forms Assessment

Recently a teacher came to the Google Docs Help Forums to learn how to turn Google Forms Assessments off. The teacher was afraid students would […]

Get Fancy with the Cool Text Generator

Ever wish you could add some pizzazz to your Google Classroom posts? Well, now you can with the ᑕOOᒪ ᖴᗩᑎᑕY TE᙭T GEᑎEᖇᗩTOᖇ. This nifty workaround […]

The “secret menu” for Google Slides, Docs, Drawings and more

I had heard a TON about In-N-Out Burger. Heard that the food was amazing. Heard that it was an experience I should try. While on […]

Is There A Place For Moodle In A Post-LMS World?

The question is lopsided by necessity. The latest to pose it is amateur historian Jonathan Rees for Inside Higher Ed, on a post the prey […]

Google Classroom: How to differentiate like a ninja

Teacher confession: I have bored kids to tears in my class because they were not challenged. In fact, who needs Ambien when you have drill […]

Back to School with the New Google Classroom

Google unveiled the new and improved Google Classroom just in time for the first day of school. So that you are fully prepared for your […]

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