Hey BISD folks! Have you backed up your laptop? Well here are the directions How-To Do It Yourself in ten EASY steps! Check it out!
Thanks to a nifty little feature called Response Validation, password-protecting a quiz in Google Forms is no sweat. The video below highlights the process in 4 parts. For your convenience, there’s a five-second interval between each segment, so you can
Screencasting tools are a popular option for use in schools. At their most basic they allow you to record a video of what is on your computer screen, along with your voice, and depending on the program perhaps your webcam
Google has introduced an online, self-paced curriculum for your students in grades 7-12! These problem-based projects teach your students how to use the Google suite of applications in a fun, relevant way! You can set up your own free online
CheckItOut is a Google Add-on that allows you to create simple checkout forms in Google Forms. Kids can check items out…and then check them back in again when they are done with them! Here’s an example of a form that
Okay…I’m in love with Eric Curts’ blog Control Alt Achieve. He’s got so many great articles and tutorials on there! You’ve GOT to go subscribe! But in the meantime…check out this amazing article he’s posted about giving feedback to students
You hear it all the time these days – “Kids are always on their cellphones!” Why not harness that to inspire them to write? Eric Curts at Control Alt Achieve has been super busy creating amazing templates for teachers…and now
Want to start a chess club? Don’t have any boards? Not enough kids on your campus to get it started? That’s okay…using this great tutorial from Eric Curts (on his blog Control Alt Achieve) will get your kids playing checkers
Google has an add-on called g(Math) that can help math teachers insert math equations, formulas, and graphs into Google Docs and Forms. I’m not a math teacher, so I don’t use this every day, but I have heard some of
It’s AWESOME that Google Classroom will now send you a notification when a student submits their work late…that way you don’t always have to run back to Classroom to check. But all of those emails can get kind of overwhelming!