Google Education Tools For The Classroom
Explore TeachThought’s collection of the best Google tools for teachers and students.
Google education technology for the classroom provides teachers and students with tools for digital portfolios, online assessment, data visualization, word processing, peer-to-peer collaboration, and more.
While iOS remains the system of choice for most developers, learning with apps is as accessible on Android devices as it is on the iPad.
Teaching with YouTube in the classroom? Here are the most popular and engaging channels to get you started.
One of the most common uses of the cloud in today’s classroom is word processing–which brings us to Google Drive.
Locked Mode for Chromebooks means students can’t open up anything else but the assessment itself. That’s it.
Google Science Journal is a platform that provides science resources, tools, and ideas for students and teachers.
Google Jamboard is a free app used for real-time, visual collaboration with students that integrates with Google Drive and Classroom.
While there have been some challenges to overcome, I am now thinking about how Google Meet fits into my classroom long-term.
How do you share content from CK-12 to Google Classroom? Navigate to the lesson, then click: Choose–>Assign–>Google Classroom.
Google just released their trends in search in 2019 video with themes of equity, access, and human empowerment set to moving music.
Before getting too specific or complex, start with a simple search like “What is transfer?” or “Define project-based learning.”
Here are 13 digital research lessons for the student who has grown up in an age of information abundance, but contextual scarcity.
G Suite for Education is a set of tools from Google designed to host and distribute digital documents, communication, and collaboration through the cloud.