Assisting Students Remotely
When students and teachers are separated by distance, solving tech issues can be difficult. Google Chrome Remote Desktop is an extension that can easily be installed in Google Chrome and will allow one person to help another person. This can come in very handy to diagnose potential issues with a student’s computer, or to help out a less tech savvy colleague. Read more...
Using Google Sheets to teach Charts and Tables
Google Sheets is often considered a red-headed step-child within the set of Google tools (similar to Microsoft Excel). Of all the Google and Microsoft apps available, it is one of the “geekier” apps because of all of the complicated formulas and math involved. Read more...
Google Classroom Quick Tips
As Google Classroom becomes more and more the hub of your online classroom, here are some quick tips to help you through it:
- Return incomplete work in Google Classroom - Sometimes students "forget" to turn in their work or "mistakenly" turn in an assignment that they didn't fully complete. Here's what to do.
- Create an Archive Topic - As the year goes on, work accumulates in your Classwork tab. Here's a way to create an "Archive Topic" so that you can dump completed assignments and keep the fresh stuff at the top.
- Turn of Classwork in the Stream - Turning off Classwork in the Stream is a great way to compartmentalize your Google Classroom. The Stream remains for discussion/Q&A purposes and the Classwork tab is where students find all their work and materials.
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