These posts can help you get started using Google Apps in your Classroom
Wondering what Google Classroom is like? Just getting started? This visual tour will walk you through setting up your first class.
Why grade quizzes when Google Quizzes will do it for you? Google Forms recently upgraded features to make creating quizzes, exit tickets, and more.
Do you need Flubaroo now that there are Google Quizzes? Learn about some of the advanced grading features Flubaroo has to offer.
Google Sheets is free and easier to use than you might think. Let's take a look at some tips and tricks for using Google Sheets in your classroom.
Don't be intimidated by Google Sheets. Use these simple sheets to organize your classroom. You'll be ready for back to school in no time.
Have a question right, now? There is a Going Google Facebook Group for you to join. Ask any question. Want to share something you’ve done in your classroom? We’d love to see it. Join us!
Ideas for Using Google in Your Classroom
Ideas for Using Google in your Classroom
Teaching writing is so much easier using Google. Here are seven of my favorite ways that using Google Docs or Google Slides helps with writing instruction.
Digital stickers can be a powerful motivator. Check out these tips and tricks for grading digital assignments.
Preparing to head back to school? Establishing clear expectations and procedures will lay the foundation for a calm productive year.
Have you spent hours looking at quotes on Pinterest? How can you use quotes effectively in your classroom? Here are 5 ways quotes can be great for your students.
Are your student fluent in their facts? Check out these free websites that will help you screen to see if your students need intervention.
Do you teach English Language Learners or struggling writers? Check out these 5 tips for helping students who struggle with their writing!
Digital Intervention. How can we, as teachers, use technology to reach our struggling students and meet their individual needs?
Do your students really understand fractions? Having a solid understanding of what a fraction really means begins with being able to compare fractions.
While basic addition is introduced in Kindergarten, first, second, and third graders often need intervention for strategies. Having a toolbox full of addition facts strategies will help make the students more comfortable adding which can lead to fact fluency.
Are your students working on multiplication fluency? Multiplication videos are a great way to help students learn to count by multiples.
Do your upper grade students know their multiplication facts? Teaching multiplication strategies helps to build a firm foundation for math to come.