Resources

Wakelet Read Mode & Immersive Reader

Wakelet's Read Mode allows the user to clearly read text from an item in their Wakelet collection or another person's collection clearly with no...

Applied Digital Skills - An Introduction

Applied Digital Skills is a free, flexible video-based curriculum from Google that prepares students for the growing number of jobs that require...

Voice-to-Text with Google Keep

Remember something important when it’s not convenient to type, maybe when you’re walking or multitasking? Use Google Keep on your phone or tablet...

Pear Deck Flashcard Factory in Distance Learning

Flashcard Factory was designed to transform the way students engage with vocabulary. Students collaborate to create their own flashcards, which are...

Read&Write for Google Chrome

Read&Write is a Chrome extension that will boost reading and writing confidence across all types of content and devices, in class, at work, and...

Introducing the ChromeVox Screen Reader on Chromebooks

Chromebooks have a built-in screen reader called ChromeVox, which enables people with visual impairments to use the Chrome operating system. Check...

Voice-to-Text with Microsoft Word

Do you and/or your learners use Microsoft Word and are looking how to use the voice-to-text feature? Check out this resource to learn how to...

How to use Google Translate

Are you looking for a translation service that will help you converse with others? Perhaps you are looking to make learning more accessible for your...

Google Slides: Build a Snowman Template

If you're looking for a way to help your students learn and use Google Slides in an interactive way, this Build a Snowman template, created by Eric...

Google Slides: Audience Tools

Jamie Keat, from Teacher's Tech, outlines the feature in Google Slides that allows real-time interaction with your audience. If you are a teacher,...

Google Slides: 5 Features You Should Know

Google Slides is a powerful tool that can be used in a multitude of ways.  While there are numerous useful features available, let's just focus...

Google Slides: Interactive Activities

Most people think of using Google Slides as a presentation tool.  But really, you can use Google Slides for so many creative purposes.  In this...

Google Sheets: Functions

This video tutorial will explain how to use the "function" feature in Google Sheets. Essentially, functions are formulas you can enter into Sheets to...

Google Forms: Sharing Quiz Scores

While Google Forms is a great way to collect data from a group of respondents, that is only the beginning of how teachers can use this tool in their...

Google Forms: Sending & Responses

Google Forms is one of the most useful and versatile tools for a teacher. It truly is a great platform for all users, however. The power of Forms is...

Google Forms: Self-grading Quizzes

In this video tutorial, Richard Byrne, author of the blog Free Technology For Teachers, demonstrates how easy it is to set up and use Google Forms as...

Google Forms: Quizzes Basics

While Google Forms is a great way to collect data from a group of respondents, that is only the beginning of how teachers can use this tool in their...

Google Forms: Password Protect a Form

Since Google Forms can easily be used for assessments, surveys, gathering student information, checks for understanding, and so much more, there...

Google Forms: Locked Mode in Quizzes

Thanks to the 2019 update, teachers can now use locked mode in Google Forms to keep students focused and distraction-free during tests and quizzes!...

Google Classroom: Settings and Class Permissions

Once you create a new Google Classroom, it will be important to check the settings and make sure the student permissions are set in a way to create a...