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Tips for Creating Doc's & Slides Worksheets

This is a compilation of a few tips for alleviating stress when using Google Docs and Slides as worksheets. First let me state I feel traditional worksheets aren’t always the best method for supporting learning, but if a teacher is going to digitize a traditional looking worksheet. 443 more words

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World Read Aloud Day 2017

Each year we looking forward to celebrating the joy of reading aloud during LitWorld’s World Read Aloud Day.  This year’s official date was February 16, but we celebrated the entire week. 627 more words


Set an Expiration Date & Poof Files Disappears

There may be times a teacher may want to limit the sharing of a Google Docs, Slides, Drawings, or Sheets.  This is when the expiration setting comes in handy. 75 more words

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3 reasons to integrate Google Classroom with Readers’ & Writers’ Workshop

I love Google Classroom. Why? Because in this case integrating tech allows me to redefine what is possible within a readers and writers workshop framework so that I have a better understanding of what my students know and are able to do. 656 more words

Elementary Ed

Inserting a Movable Google Doc Text Box

Last week this question was asked by a Google Doc User in the Google Doc Help Forum. This is when I discovered the easiest way to add a movable text box in a Google Doc is by inserting a Google Drawing. 140 more words

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Google Docs Table of Contents

Did you know that page numbers are now in the table of contents in Google Docs?  Just select the numbered option when inserting a table of contents from the Insert menu. 20 more words


Working smarter: Form Publisher to the rescue!

Google Forms are a great way to collect data – but what do you do with all the data once you have it?  This conundrum was especially poignant given the redefinition of the electronic portfolio in grade 2 this year, and my personal belief that tech is supposed to augment what is possible – not redefine that which you then have to go back to do on pen and paper.  253 more words

Elementary Ed