Tech Tip Tuesday: Google for Education Teacher Center

Google for Education has a fabulous site for teachers that want to improve their skills using GSuite apps. You can find it here: Teacher Center. Chock full of training resources for not only improving your skill with every GSuite tool, but also for support in using those tools in your classroom with students.

There is an entire series on the “First Day” with Docs, Slides, Forms, Classroom, Expeditions, and Jamboard. It has tools, tips, and tricks written by teachers for teachers.

Already using GSuite tools with your students? Get Google Certified and get the training and support you need to do so right here: Google Teacher Center Certifications. There is support for Educator Level 1 and Level 2, Certified Trainer, Certified Innovator, even G Suite Certification for your students!

Looking for lesson ideas and inspiration? Take a look at the Resources section in the teacher center. Have a great lesson you want to share? You can submit it here, too! You can filter by Category, Author, Theme, Product, Audience, Subject Area, and Language to find exactly what you are looking for!

Take a look – I’m sure you’ll find something to use in your classroom!


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Tech Tip Tuesday: Using a Google Form for Collecting Work and Giving Quick & Easy Feedback

Google Forms are great for exit tickets, quick assessments, surveys, and even differentiation. It’s probably my favorite GSuite app because of its potential to help teachers and schools be more efficient.

The end of the semester is looming and teachers are looking for ways to collect student work done outside of their LMS – like student portfolios. Google Forms might very well be the answer!

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