Google Education Tools For The Classroom

Should Teachers Give Their Phone Number To Parents?

Should Teachers Give Their Phone Number To Parents? by Terry Heick Should teachers give their phone number to parents? I’m not sure there’s a universal answer here but may be worth teachers sharing their experience. I came across the conversation after seeing the following conversation reddit. You can read more about Google Voice here. I […]

How To Add Feedback To Student Writing On Google Docs

How To Add Feedback To Student Writing On Google Docs by TeachThought Staff Feedback is crucial for learning but there is an art and a science to its use. In 20 Ways To Provide Effective Feedback For Learning, we offered different strategies for learning feedback including the ideas of a ‘feedback sandwich.’ It can be […]

You Can Now Drag And Drop To Organize Your Google Classwork Page

You Can Now Drag And Drop To Organize Your Google Classwork Page by TeachThought Staff As of early 2019, you can now drag and drop topics and individual Classwork items to make organizing your Classwork page much simpler–and visual, too. The main benefit is, of course, ease of organization. As the animation above shows, you can […]

How To Add And Delete Questions To A Google Form

How To Add And Delete Questions To A Google Form by TeachThought Staff How do add and/or delete questions on a Google Form? It’s really quite simple. If you’re using a template, you can skip to Section 1.3 to edit your form. You can always come back here if you want to add or edit existing questions. […]
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What Is Google Science Journal?

What Is Google Science Journal? by TeachThought Staff In short, Google Science Journal is a cloud-based platform for K-12 science education. In Google’s own words, Science Journal ‘transforms your device into a pocket-size science tool that encourages students to explore their world. As they conduct eye-opening experiments, they’ll record observations and make new, exciting discoveries.’ […]

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