Control X – Cut It Out

Control X removes the highlighted text and saves it to the clipboard. This keyboard shortcut is really helpful when you are creating documents since you often want to move bits of text around. You will use Control X when you have text in one spot but want to move it...

Math Teachers: Ask Google

Technology transforms what is possible. I have never learned the algorithm to calculate the square root (I turn 39 this week.) My friends who taught in the math department with me who were older knew how to do it; this was part of the curriculum when they went to...

Google Forms: Collect First Name and Last Name

I have been on a roll lately writing blog posts about Google Forms. If you’re new to Google Forms my blog post on using Forms to make formative assessment quizzes should be helpful. If you are a Google Classroom user my blog post on how to insert Google Forms...

Finding Plagiarism with Google Search

There are many great products to help detect plagiarism in student work, including Grammarly. My first line of defense if I suspect plagiarism is to simply use Google Search. First Results Most of the time, students will use the first couple of results from a Google...

iPads & Google Classroom – Multi-User Device

  By Jon Corippo iPads in general are not multi-user devices. Using the Google Classroom app an iPad can be shared amongst students. Sign Out The key to using Google Classroom on an iPad with multiple students is teaching the students to make sure they sign out...
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