Google Email: Google Email Resources
Google Drive: Docs, Sheets and Slides
Learn best practices for using Google Apps. Google Docs is similar to Microsoft Word, Google Sheets is similar to Microsoft Excel and Google Slides is similar to Powerpoint. But with Docs, Sheets and Slides, you can access your files anywhere, anytime, and you can even collaborate with others on the same file at the same time. You can open Word documents with Docs, and save Docs as Word documents, you can open Excel spreadsheets with Sheets, and save Sheets as Excel spreadsheets, and you can open PowerPoint files with Slides and save Slides as PowerPoint presentations if needed.
Docs, Sheets and Slides Resources
Google Drive Basics
Learn best practices for organizing and sharing your files in Google Drive. Learn how to backup your files to Google Drive to prevent potential file loss in the event of hard drive failure.
Google Drive Resources
Team Drives are shared spaces where teams can easily store, search, and access their files anywhere, from any device. Unlike files in My Drive, files in a Team Drive belong to the team instead of an individual. Even if members leave, the files stay exactly where they are so your team can continue to share information and get work done.
Team Drive Resources
Learn how to create a grade level or content area calendar. Create events to keep yourself organized.
Google Calendar Resources
Google Classroom is a blended learning platform that aims to simplify creating, distributing and grading assignments in a paperless way. Teachers can set up classrooms, create assignments, post calendars, make announcements, etc. Learn how to help your students use Google Apps for Education to make turning in assignments easier and enable students to work on projects/assignments anywhere, anytime.
Google Classroom Resources
Google Chrome 101
Learn best practices for using the Chrome browser in the classroom. Learn why you should sign in. What is the Chrome web store? What are extensions?
Google Chrome Resources
Google Forms 1.0
Learn how to utilize Google Forms in the classroom to create polls, surveys, quizzes, exit tickets, bell ringers, logs and much more.
Google Forms Resources
Google Forms 2.0 with Flubaroo
Learn how to turn google forms into an auto grading tool. Flubaroo grades assignments and assessments in under a minute. Get reporting and analysis on student performance. Quickly send scores to students.
Google Forms Resources
In the know with Google
Explore various tidbits you might not know about in Google. Did you know that Google has: a Geography trivia game, Science experiments, a Mystery Animal game (useful for inferencing), a Story Speaker, Field Trips, Translate, Arts and Culture app and much more. There is also a doodling and drawing app, Voice Typing and lots of other goodies.