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Not Bound by Default Font Size in Google Docs

Posted in Docs, G Suite, and Quick Tips & Troubleshooting

Changing font size in any Google product is one click away!  You are not bound by the default font size list.  Check out my 30…

Share the love in a Newsletter!

Posted in Docs, G Suite, Lessons, and Slides

Are newsletters outdated?  That was a question that came up in a recent leadership meeting as we discussed best methods for celebrating our amazing teachers…

Custom Color New Google Sites!

Posted in G Suite, and Google Sites

Is anybody else out there as excited as I am about the ability to custom color your New Google Site?!  I just found this little…

Attention Getting Google Slides

Posted in G Suite, Hyperdocs, Lessons, Presentations, Quick Tips & Troubleshooting, and Slides

Grab the attention of your audience without saying a word! Effective presentations are more than just the tool they are created with. With the right…

Google Slide “Must Know” Hacks!

Posted in Chromebook, G Suite, Hyperdocs, Lessons, and Slides

Google Slides… built for collaboration, easy offline access for editing AND presenting, simple and easy design features, easy publishing, and available on ANY device!  Students…

Easy Photo Sharing – iOS to Drive

Posted in G Suite, iPad, Lessons, and Quick Tips & Troubleshooting

Every year about this time, the yearbook committee would send out the email requesting our class photos.  Before Google and I became best friends, getting…

LOVING the new Google Slides Updates

Posted in G Suite, and Lessons

So I don’t know about you, but I hadn’t checked out the new updates in Google Slides… until today.  I am LOVING the new updates!…

The 800-pound Gorilla Named YouTube

Posted in G Suite, Lessons, and Presentations

Of course, the 800-pound gorilla hanging around any conversation about online video is YouTube.    ~TeachThought YouTube is often thought of as evil, especially in…

Graphic Novel Projects

Posted in G Suite, Hyperdocs, Lessons, and Presentations

The Graphic Novel Project is a great example of what can happen when students are given the reins.  The student work attached came from sixth…

Never Skip the Unit Launch Again!

Posted in G Suite, Hyperdocs, Lessons, and Think Central

Using HMH Journeys?  Ever skip the Unit Launch due to the time factor?  There’s hope.  Let’s face it, time IS precious in the classroom. Every moment has…

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