Looking for an easier way to include equations, math or science symbols in Google Docs? The EquatIO extension simplifies this process! You can now insert math equations, square roots, formulas, and more with ease. Simply dictate or draw the equation and it will automatically generate the equation on your Google doc. Quizzes made easy! Check out this brief video for the highlights.
Attached please find a list of some great interactive visuals for learning or reviewing fractions. Geogebra is an interactive site. You can use these activities to model for your students whole class or in small groups. Or your students (Grade 3-5) can sign in using their Google Accounts and manipulate the variable as they solve a variety of math problems. Geogebratube.org has many lessons already created! Take a moment to explore all of their great resources.
Do you still believe Google can't do everything Word can do? Google Sheets now allows you to rotate the text! (Format > Text Rotation) This is very useful when you need to fit a long header name into thin columns, or when you want to fit more text on one screen.
Simply select the desired cell/s, select Format, and text rotation. You can then choose from a variety of styles including stacking vertically or angled to any of the above angles.
Need to include a table in your document? Add borders and take a screenshot! (Command + Shift + 4)
The Google Suite has been a game changer in the classroom. Collaboration and formatting features have increased communication and organization for both students and staff. In true Google fashion, new features are always being added and improved. Google Slides which is often used by teachers and students, now permits embedding videos directly from your Google Drive as well as from YouTube. You can even set your video to start automatically or to start at a certain point in the video. Simply right click on the embedded video for more options!
Enter the YouTube Url, search YouTube or select from your Google Drive