We are all familiar with motivational posters. They typically have a black background, one large image at the top, then a word or short phrase in large type below it, and finally a short inspirational sentence at the bottom. Can they serve as a neat tool for summative or formative assessment? You bet!
Students writing research reports, analysts crafting whitepapers, and others looking to credit their sources can now insert citations as footnotes with the click of a button in Explore in Docs on the web.
Google Forms is an amazing tool that makes collecting data easy, and fast! And now, it even let’s you create self-grading quizzes for easy formative or summative assessments. Here’s how.
Google Calendar is a powerful tool to keep track of all your tasks, activities, meetings, and projects. It’s an excellent tool for getting people together at the same time, and is a fully featured time management tool. Here are 50 tips you can add to your toolbox today!
Your Chromebook automatically checks for updates, but you can also check for and install updates manually, and sometimes you have to force and update to happen. Here’s how to easily make sure you’re on the latest version of Chrome OS.
Using pixels to create art beckons back to a simpler time, with less sophisticated graphics, but it’s a good place to start when learning about things like computers, computer animation, graphics, and yes, spreadsheets!
G Suite for Education helps students move from collecting ideas to creating projects and papers as quickly and easily as possible. Google Docs achieves this by facilitating collaboration, making it easy to work on any device, and weaving in machine intelligence to handle the more mundane elements of getting work done.
Andreas shows off some of the new features in Google Docs (and some old ones) including formatting tools, columns, and table of contents with page numbers.
Explore uses Google smarts to help you create amazing presentations, spreadsheets and documents in a fraction of the time they used to take…so you can get on with what’s most important in your life. It’s like having a researcher, analyst and designer by your side.
Google created Google Apps for Education to help people everywhere work and innovate together, so that your organization can move faster and achieve more. Today, they’re introducing a new name that better reflects this mission: G Suite for Education.