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EquatIO: How to Use in Google Docs

Creating and using math in digital form can be frustrating and time-consuming. Thankfully, a Google Chrome extension called EquatIO makes it easy...

Google Classroom: Providing Better Feedback

Google Classroom is designed to help bring students and teachers together in a collaborative, digital environment.  One benefit to using Google...

Google Classroom: Add a Material

Sharing classroom resources and learning materials with students is a breeze when using Google Classroom! This video is a part of a series created by...

Google Classroom: Create an Announcement

Keeping students up-to-date on classroom events is simple when you use the Announcement feature in Google Classroom! This link will give you...

Google Classroom: How to Use the Stream

In Google Classroom, the Stream is where you can share information and questions with students, teachers, or classmates by adding posts and comments....

Google Classroom: Multiple Choice Questions

Google Classroom has made it quick and easy to check in with students using the multiple choice question feature. This video tutorial will walk you...

Google Classroom: Return Student Work

Once you've left comments for students or graded work they have turned in to you in Google Classroom, it is essential to remember to return the work...

Google Classroom: Grading and Feedback Tool

This video tutorial by Technology for Teachers and Students will highlight the valuable features of the grading tool and demonstrate how to use them...

Google Classroom: Creating New Assignments

One of the best features of Google Classroom is how easy it is to create and post digital assignments to students!  And because Google knows that...

Google Classroom: 5 Specific Ways to Organize Assignments

The Classwork page in Google Classroom can quickly become a cluttered list of assignments and learning materials. Help your students (and yourself!)...

Google Classroom with iPads

Google Classroom is an excellent platform but lacks special features on the iPad app that are not found on the web version. Check out this resource...

WeVideo for Education: Shared Projects

Do you have a group of students that are creating their own videos? Shared projects are ideal for students working independently in a common project....

WeVideo for Education: An Overview

WeVideo is a video editing platform that supports multimedia, screencasting, green screen, voice recording, and student collaboration. This video...

WeVideo for Education: Green Screen

Have you ever wondered if meteorologists really stand in front of maps? Green screens (or chroma key) videos used to make backgrounds fun and...

WeVideo for Education: Collaborative Projects

Collaborative projects are meant for students working together on one assignment. Learn how to get the most out of collaborative projects in WeVideo...

Microsoft OneNote: Basics & More

Microsoft's OneNote is a powerful, free way to take notes and store all of your important information. Because it's cloud-based, it's always at your...

WeVideo for Education: Screencasting

WeVideo is an online, cloud-based video editing platform that works in web browsers and on mobile devices. Ready to record video of a single window...

WeVideo for Education: The Educator's Guide to WeVideo

WeVideo is a video editing platform that supports multimedia, screencasting, green screen, voice recording, and student collaboration. This document...

WeVideo for Education: Benefits and Quick Intro

WeVideo is a video editing platform that supports multimedia, screencasting, green screen, voice recording, and student collaboration. This video...

10 Google Workspace Tips for Video Conferencing

Are you using Google Meet for video conferencing? Make sure to check out this resource, which outlines ten tips that can enhance your virtual...