Author Archives: Morgan Duffield
You asked for it, you got it. You can now embed images into your Google Forms! Take a look!
Enhance your class assessments and support your visual learners with a few simple clicks. In editing mode, you’ll now see an option under “Add Item” to insert an image. You’ll then have an option to search … Read more
If your school has deployed Google Apps for Education, we hope you are enjoying all the fantastic Google features as much as we are. Your students are collaborating in real time on projects in Google Drive, you are coordinating and reserving building resources with your colleagues on your shared Google Calendars, yet you may … Read more
If you have students who are drawn to the gaming world, check out this free resource that allows them to design and program their own games.
Wishing you had a Teacher’s Assistant to help with your stacks of ungraded assignments? Google has made your life a little bit easier.
If you are a Google Drive (formerly known as Docs) fan, you may already be familiar with using Google Forms for easy data collection. Now, if you create a Form to collect … Read more
Did you know that you can search Google Images with a picture you already have? And it’s super easy! Simply navigate to images.google.com and rather than typing in your search, just drag and drop an image into the search bar. Google will do its best to find a match.
Wondering how this can enhance your … Read more
With budget cuts, music programs are often at the top of the list to go. Well, let’s fight back! March is Music in Our Schools Month and this year’s theme is “Music Lasts a Lifetime.”
We know that music can bring our curricula to life, and really engage those musical and linguistic learners; luckily, there … Read more
Trying to enhance your students’ research and creative thinking skills? While there may be no such thing as a stupid question, when it comes to finding the right answer, not all questions are created equal either. A Google a Day may be just the tool you are looking for to teach your students how to … Read more