by Kay Bisaillon, TeachThought Intern A few weeks ago, I joined a Google+ community at the request of a colleague. […]
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.
Here’s how to create self-grading assessments using Google Forms, a time-saver for teachers committed to using data to revise instruction.
Google’s Cloud Printing is an under-the-radar technology that makes it easy to share printers, print remotely, and share documents.
We probably should’ve seen this coming. Google, heretofore of search engines fare, and more recently of a slew of apps
It is useless to resist The Cloud. Like the tractor beam on the Death Star, the nebulous world of networked
by simplyzesty.com After covering everything that Google Search has to offer, you can easily forget that search only forms one small
But the whole ‘universe at your fingertips’ via Google is unhelpful in this sense: what you’ll actually find is strangely limited.
Resources like Google+ offer a great opportunity for growth in education through collaborative work, communication, and camaraderie.
Google Docs offers collaboration, portability, ease of use, and widespread acceptance – a must for students in online colleges.
The concept of creation and curation over pure academics can be a powerful lesson for teachers, English-Language Arts and beyond.