Drag Downloaded Images to Google

Download Images and DRAG On a Mac or PC when you download a picture it shows in the download bar at the bottom of the screen. This indicates the image is saved to the downloads folder. Instead of hunting down the downloads folder to drag the images into my Google Docs...

Free Response on Google Slides

For Free Response Feedback Try Google Slides I am a fan of self-grading. Digital tools that provide students with IMMEDIATE feedback. It’s better for the students and it’s better for me to not spend my time marking things right and wrong. I suggest putting...

3 Things to Know in Google Forms

3 Things to Know in Google Forms In Google Classroom you want to be on the lookout for 3 dots and a tiny triangle. They are everywhere! These indicate that you have additional options, CLICK ON THEM! 1. Preferences In the upper-right hand corner of Google Forms are 3...

Representing Borrowing in Math

  Understanding Borrowing For math, many of us know how to borrow, but how do we explain it in a way that demonstrates understanding? Sometimes what we do is so second nature that we can struggle with the “but why?” When our phones can easily do math...

Mobile Bitmoji in Google Docs

Bitmoji is You I have a theory that Bitmoji makes learning better. We know relationship building and having a connection with students has a significant impact. Including Bitmoji or another avatar of ourselves in our digital documents puts that personal touch because...

If You Look At Student Work Take a Screenshot

Screenshot Student Work When reviewing student work, it can be helpful to have a visual of what you were looking at. Since you have the student work open, why not take a screenshot (or video) of it?! When leaving feedback students are then able to see exactly what you...
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