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## IF you use Google Sheets

IF Function in Google Sheets One of my favorite formulas for a spreadsheet is an IF function. If the value of a cell meets certain criteria, do this. Otherwise, do something else. If =IF(criteria, true, false) Examples Random Sort I like to use the formula =rand() to...

## Google Sheets: Find Unique Entries

Find Unique Entries in Google Sheets When the 2nd Google Classroom book that Libbi Miller and I wrote came out, we put out a Google Form to win a copy of the book. Before choosing a winner I needed to exclude duplicate entries. Here is how to do this. Sample Data...

## Updated: Epic Rubric on Google Sheets

Use Spreadsheets for Rubrics When it comes to calculating things, don’t do it by hand. I was standing in 110˚ heat yesterday as the ladies at the fireworks stand attempted 5 times to calculate my bill. I’m still not confident they calculated it correctly....

## Google Classroom: Edit Slides Not Copy

Link to Slides presentation Edit Google Slides Old school thinking back when we used PowerPoint was to create copies of the presentations for back up files or to just update the presentation. Emailing a copy of PowerPoint creates a copy of the document. Any updates to...

## Together… Let’s Make a Google Form

Collaborating on a Google Form Google Forms is awesome, but be warned there is NO revision history. If you have multiple collaborators on a Google Form and someone deletes a question or edits it accidentally, you have no recourse. Students Collaborate One idea for...

## Measurement Activity: Google Sheets for Littles

Kindergarten Count Measure This spreadsheet template is for younger students to practice measuring and counting. This is an adaptation of a worksheet which had pictures of clip art next to blocks where the students counted the blocks. This asks students to figure out...
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