Could you possibly hope for more Google resources in one location?! Richard Byrne, founder of FreeTech4Teachers, has created dozens of useful to help teachers get started with Google Apps. I love these videos because they are easy to follow and they are not too long.
Do you love Google Apps, but find it difficult to stay on top of the changes? Kacey Bell, Google certified Innovator and Trainer, shares tips and tricks for how to keep up with all of the changes to Google. They are not one-size-fits-all tips either. Check them out to see what I mean!
I don't think there is a teacher on the planet that has not used a video from YouTube in class. This article highlights some of the ways to get the most out of Youtube including making playlists and recording your own videos to share on YouTube.
At first glance this image looks just like any other image, but look closer. Hover over some of the different icons and watch in amazement as different resources pop up like magic! It's not magic, but an interactive image called a Thinglink. This particular Thinglink is packed with resources to help you get the most out of Google Apps for Education.
There is a widely held belief that students know everything about technology. Digital natives are not always as tech-savvy as we think they are. They are usually very good at using technology for social purposes, but those skills do not always transfer to using tech for educational purposes. This article takes a look at some of the things that students should know about Google.