Splitting a List of Names in a Google Spreadsheet

Have you ever had a list of students first and last names and wish you had their first and last name separated? If you’ve asked for “name” on a Google Form this is a likely scenario for you. Note: I always ask for first and last name in 2 different...

Make a URL “Pretty”

When working with students I like to use Google Spreadsheets because my entire class can be on the same document at the same time. Because a spreadsheet is divided up into boxes (cells) each student can have their own spot without “stepping” on other...

Tweet to a Group: A Shortcut

I was sent a request on Twitter the other day for how to send a tweet to 6 people without having to type in their twitter handle every time. In other words, how do you set up groups to tweet out to the groups. There may be other ways, but I just made a spreadsheet to...

Sharing a List with Students

Today I was on EduSlam where I shared about using =importrange. Here is one use for =importrange in a Google Spreadsheet.  If you have information you want to share with students, you may want to organize it into a spreadsheet. The problem is that throughout...

Spreadsheet Formula for Collecting Twitter Handles

Twitter is a powerful tool for Professional Development. Asking educators for their Twitter handle is a great way to connect with educators you are working with. Several teachers also use Twitter with their students, it would be helpful to have a list of student names...

Organizing Student Group Projects

I like to arrange students in groups, however I am lazy. I do not like typing “group 1,” “group 2,” “group 3,” etc… It’s repetitive  Anything repetitive  I have to ask myself… there must be a better way! My answer...
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