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Google Docs Cheat Sheet

This resource, provided by the Google Workspace Learning Center, is a reference sheet for those new to using Google Docs. This cheat sheet (their...

Guide for Diverse Learners

We know that all learners, including educators, require different supports to be successful. From the team at Five Star, this resource provides...

Graphic Design and Yearbooks with Google Workspace

This resource, created by certified Google Innovator Jennifer Scott, turns the idea of graphic design—specifically yearbook publishing—upside...

Google Workspace: Offline Mode

The Global Google Educator Group has created a series of video tutorials for students covering various Google topics called the Google Junior...

Google Street View

Google Street View allows you to explore cities, landmarks, natural wonders, and even museums worldwide. You can find Street View in Google Maps and...

Google Tone

Google Tone is a Chrome extension that allows you to share websites and links directly with your students via sound. Yes, that's right. You don't...

KeePass

Are you still using a notebook for all your passwords? KeePass is a secure way to store all your website login and password information. This...

Kaizena: Reviewing Feedback

Kaizena is a Google Docs and Slides Add-On that takes feedback to a whole new level.  You can add voice comments, text, links, assign resources,...

Jamboard: Supercharged with GIFs

Jamboard is an interactive digital whiteboard that allows you to sketch, doodle, annotate, add images, and collaborate with others in real-time. What...

Interactive Media Bias Chart

This Interactive Media Bias Chart® is a data visualization that displays measures of news (and “news-like”) articles and sources generated by...

Interactive History with Historypin

This video will give you an introduction to and show you features of the interactive mapping software Historypin. Historypin is a free,...

Google Keep in the Classroom

Google Keep is a powerful tool that can be used for making lists, taking notes, organizing your thoughts, and setting reminders. This tutorial video...

Google Forms: Reorder Questions

Google Forms is one of the most powerful tools in Google Workspace. There are many possibilities for communication with students and...

How to Use Thinglink

ThingLink is a web application that allows users to annotate an image with interactive tools such as web links, audio, and text. Images can be...

Google Forms: Password Protect a Form

Because Google Forms is used for assessments, surveys, gathering student information, checks for understanding, and so much more, there isn't any...

Eight Ambient Sound Websites

Looking for sounds to help your learners focus? This blog post from Eric Curts with Ctrl Alt Achieve identifies eight websites that use sound to...

Google Earth: Real World Math

Real World Math is a collection of STEM activities that are used with Google Earth. Go beyond the textbook and engage students in math and science...

Listen & Learn With the Dallas Symphony

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra is a repository of videos and audio clips for teaching students about culture and music. Each video introduces the...

Math Learning: The Geoboard App

This video will show you the basics of an excellent iPad and Web app that allows the user to explore the use of a virtual geoboard.Have you ever...

Interactive Art: The ART Zone

The NGAkids Art Zone was created and developed by the National Gallery of Art. If you teach art at any level, this is a "must have" resource to...