Emojis in Docs Toolbar and Commenting Reactions

Emojis continue to be all the rage! They are frequently inserted into text messages, emails, Google Classroom Topic posts, and now seamlessly integrate with Google Docs! As of August 29, 2022 you may now directly insert emojis into your text. Link How to Insert an Emoji To Insert an emoji from the Toolbar simply go … Continue reading Emojis in Docs Toolbar and Commenting Reactions

Customize Your Gmail Signature and Header with FREE Canva Account

Kick off the new school year with newly customized Gmail signature and/or header using the FREE educator account at Canva! Create a Customized Gmail Signature Create a signature card with images, contact information and badges. Here's how: Create your FREE educator account at Canva.com.Type "email signatures" in the search bar and you'll gain access to … Continue reading Customize Your Gmail Signature and Header with FREE Canva Account

3 Ideas for Dropdown Chips

3 Ways to Use Google Doc’s New Dropdown Chips

Google Docs has a brand NEW Dropdown Chips feature! I am pretty excited about this update as not only does it allow you to insert a dropdown but it also allows you to create templates. Today's blog will also explore a few different ways educators may use Dropdown Chips such as rubric design, flexible groupings, … Continue reading 3 Ways to Use Google Doc’s New Dropdown Chips

Join Google Meet from Slides, Docs and Sheets

A new update was launched this April allowing users to launch a Google Meet within Slides, Docs, and Sheets. I'm excited about this new update as it will allow me to collaborate and communicate via Google Meet without leaving the Docs applications. This update would be helpful if I needed to start or join a … Continue reading Join Google Meet from Slides, Docs and Sheets

Self-Correcting Valentine’s Day Math Pixel Art Activity (Conditional Formatting)

This activity will allow you to create your own self-correcting pixel art activity for students. To modify, change the questions to match the answer responses. Once students type in the correct responses, the pixel art will start to auto-populate and create a special Valentine's Day image! Click here for the template. Watch the How-To video … Continue reading Self-Correcting Valentine’s Day Math Pixel Art Activity (Conditional Formatting)

Google Sheets Teacher Planbook

Digital planbooks have gained popularity throughout the years as they allow educators to access, share and collaborate on their lesson plans from any device or location. Over the years, I have created my digital lesson plans using a variety of different Google Workspace applications- but Google Sheets is my FAVORITE! Why Google Sheets? While most … Continue reading Google Sheets Teacher Planbook

Curate and Collaborate on a YouTube Channel by Adding User Access Permissions

Many educators are creating and curating content on their YouTube channels. But, did you know that YouTube Studio allows you to INVITE other Gmail users to your channel and assign different access permissions? Here's how! Go to Studio.YouTube.com Click on the gear to access the SETTINGSSelect PERMISSIONSSelect INVITEType in user's Gmail address (they must have … Continue reading Curate and Collaborate on a YouTube Channel by Adding User Access Permissions