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Google Drive is Alive! Keep Anything–Share Anytime

May10

Google Drive, Google’s online file storage system, is now alive. With it you can upload and access all of your files including videos, photos, PDFs, Google Docs and more. Google Docs is integrated with Google Drive so you can work on all your documents, presentations and spreadsheets, as well as share content and then add and reply […]

Adding A Map To Your Blog or Online Site

August29

Maybe this could be tried on the “Fake Facebook” assignment for introducing historical characters. It’s now real simple to add a Google Map to your blog! Here’s how: 1. Make sure the Google Maps plugin is activated in the Plugins menu. 2. Look for the Add Map icon that now shows in your page and […]

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Google Tools for Educators

August29

Great site for Google features….  

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Google Forms/Spreadsheet Formatting

July23

Google forms are fabulous for gathering information, but sometimes, the data in the spreadsheet can be difficult to view. In this post, I’ll share a simple-to-implement formula and a bonus tip that will make it much easier to deal with (and even print) form-fed data! The Original Data: When you collect data into a Google […]

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Batch Geo and Google Form–Good First Day Activity

July7

This activity could be a good get-acquainted activity for new students.  A Google Form can be created, data collected in the spreadsheet view and then data entered into BatchGeo creating an annotated map. Resources / Things you’ll need: • A Google account for the teacher (students will NOT need accounts) • A Google form/spreadsheet to gather the […]

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HOTTS (Higher Order Thinking/Technology Skills)

April27

A revised Bloom’s Taxonomy–comparing digital techniques to traditional standards that Bloom created.  This essay on ways to use free technology in schools to help students reach each level of Bloom’s Taxonomy is a good resource.  A short wiki version of information is posted on Free Technology For Teachers on April 16, 2011 but a more […]

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Google Docs Made Simple & What Teachers and Principals Say About Google Docs

April14

Here are a couple of embedded videos that might explain Google Docs and the reason for its use. Google Docs in Plain English [www.keepvid.com] (mp4 version) Teachers and Principals Talk about Google Docs [www.keepvid.com] (mp4 version)

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Advanced Google Search

April10

This information was presented on a blog by Mike Gorman through the Tech & Learning newletter dated April, 2011. Twelve Reasons To Teach Searching Techniques With Google Advanced Search… Even Before Using The Basic Search I would suggest that educators direct students towards the Google Advanced Search Engine even before using the Google Basic Search. […]

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Google for Teachers — 1 & 2 by Richard Bryne

March30
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How Does Google Search?

March17

How Search Works—This video, How Search Works, produced by Google, features Google Search Engineer Matt Cutts explaining what happens when you do a web search on Google.  He explains how Google indexes and ranks websites. Check here for, How Search Works downloaded video if YouTube is not available.

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