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)

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

10 Google Chrome Tips and Tricks

I use Google Chrome every single day so I'm always excited to learn and share tips and tricks! In this blog, I hope to share some ideas for Chrome that you may find extremely useful! Today's topics: Utlizing your Omnibox, searching Drive and Gmail from within your Omnibox, pinning tabs, creating Groups for your tabs, … Continue reading 10 Google Chrome Tips and Tricks

Google Chrome Has a New QR Code Generator! Tutorial and 20 Integration Ideas

What is a QR code? QR codes are scannable barcodes that allow users to gain access to information quickly. Users may use their device's camera (if scanning QR codes are supported) or download different QR code apps and extensions such as The QR Code Extension to either scan or create codes. The QR codes may … Continue reading Google Chrome Has a New QR Code Generator! Tutorial and 20 Integration Ideas

Pump Up the Jam(board)

What is Jamboard? Jamboard is a FREE collaborative whiteboard application that is part of the G Suite for Education. Educators have found Jamboard extremely beneficial for increasing engagement and opportunities for collaboration. Students may collaborate in real-time while using the drawing, text, image, sticky notes, shapes, and laser tools. Users with access to a PC … Continue reading Pump Up the Jam(board)