Tag Archives: Google
Are you a fan of Google’s Chrome web browser, but have found that it doesn’t work well on your SMART Board? If you’re like me, there are too many things to like about Chrome – from the simple, streamlined look to the speed and seamless integration with my Google Apps content – to have to … Read more
New York, NY — Many tasks that used to require pen and paper are done in digital form these days. To-do lists are entered in mobile phones, e-tickets replace paper slips, personal finances are sorted on laptops and tablets.
One New York City teacher is on a quest to rid her classroom of paper – … Read more
A graphing calculator is an indispensable tool in the Math classroom. If you do not already have access to a graphing calculator on your SMART Board, you can use the free Desmos Graphing Calculator Google Chrome app.
It is an easy install to the Google Chrome browser from their app store.
Any graph or calculation … Read more
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) curriculum is focused on student problem-solving, discovery, exploratory learning. It requires students to actively engage in a situation in order to find its solution.
Teq’s STEM Middle School and High School course will explore how SMART Technologies, and programs like Google Sketchup, Algodoo, and Geogebra, can enable students to design, … Read more
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
They’ve done it again. If you’re a Google Docs user, you may have noticed the new “Research” pane when you create or edit a document today. This latest addition to Google’s free, online word processor brings the powerful search engine’s results directly inside of the Documents interface.
Looking for information about the Common Core Standards … Read more
The New Jersey Department of Education has recently announced that all teachers in the state are now eligible for a free subscription to Google SketchUp Pro. Google SketchUp is a 3D modeling software application that is used extensively by schools worldwide to explore, explain, and present their ideas using 3D models. Normally, a school would have … 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
One of the many exciting features of Google Earth is the ability to turn on “3D Buildings”. Together with the ability to rotate upward your angle of view so as to look toward the horizon instead of straight down, you can get some pretty spectacular views.
After practicing obtaining a particular view on your computer … Read more
Have you seen the 1966 classic, Fantastic Voyage? That’s the movie in which a team of scientists travels in a microscopic submarine into the body of a living human being to save his life. Do you know of any tools that will allow our students to experience their own “Fantastic Voyage” without being attacked by … Read more