Tag Archives: Chrome

Chrome Extension: AnyoneCanView

Chrome Extension: AnyoneCanView I like to think that I’m really really good with using Google Apps. I know that when you create a new document it is by default private. You have to click on the blue Share button and change the sharing permissions to “Anyone with the link can view.” This takes several steps. […]

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Google Classroom: Leave Feedback Screenshots

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Google Classroom: Leave Feedback Screenshots Things that make me scowly is too many clicks and inefficient workflows. As teachers, we usually have to repeat our actions 30-150 times depending on how many students we have. While doing something once may be no big deal, does it scale? I found most of the screenshot tools required multiple […]

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Create a Tutorial with SlideShot and Explore Tool

SlideShot Google Slides Tutorials

Create a Tutorial with SlideShot and Explore Tool Want to create a Google Slides with a tech tutorial? Try using the SlideShot Chrome Extension and the Explore tool built into Google Slides. Sample Tutorial To demonstrate how to use my alicekeeler.com/pulltheparagraph Add-on I started a SlideShot from the Chrome extension and went through the steps to Pull […]

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Google Chrome Extensions: A Big Ol List

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Alice’s List of Chrome Extensions I went through my Chrome extensions and made a list of them. I opened all of the extensions in the Chrome Web Store in a single window and then used the OneTab Chrome extension to collapse them into a list. http://www.one-tab.com/page/A7QiMO9uT1m259T_Iy_ZRg      

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SlideShot + Google Slides Explore Tool

Google Slides Explore Tool and SlideShot Chrome Extension Alice Keeler

SlideShot + Google Slides Explore Tool The Explore tool in Google Slides is relatively new. It uses machine learning to predict attractive layouts for the slide. I have to admit it almost instantly became one of my favorite features. You can locate the Explore tool icon in the bottom right corner. While creating a slide, click […]

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Google Classroom: Pin All Your Classes

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Google Classroom: Pin All Your Classes Pinning Google Chrome tabs makes it easy to get to websites you regularly frequent. If you are a Google Classroom user, definitely pin this tab. If you have multiple Google Classroom classes, pin each of the classes. Open Classroom Classes Rather than opening a class, going back to Classes, […]

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Pin Tab: Google Classroom, Email, Gradebook, Drive

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Pin Tab: Google Classroom, Email, Gradebook Google Chrome allows you to pin a tab in the browser. The moves the tab to the front and locks it to the front. This can be really helpful for websites you visit a lot. Pin Tab To pin a tab, right click on the Chrome browser tab and […]

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QuickShare Screenshot Chrome Extension

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QuickShare Screenshot Chrome Extension I take thousands of screenshots every year. This is an essential part of a blended classroom. When I want students to use digital resources I will include screenshots of what the students need to click on within the directions document. I share with students things I see on the web using […]

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Bitmoji Feedback in My Google Doc

Did you know… you can drag a Bitmoji (Chrome extension) into a student Google Doc to give feedback 🙂 #GoogleEDU pic.twitter.com/FTjdUnvnuL — Alice Keeler (@alicekeeler) August 31, 2016 Bitmoji Feedback in a Google Doc Did you know you can DRAG from the Bitmoji Chrome extension right onto a Google Doc, Drawing or Slides? Bitmoji Chrome […]

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FREE FOR THE SUMMER: Fluency Tutor for Google

Fluency Tutor

Fluency Tutor I have been impressed with the company Texthelp and their products to help students with reading You may be familiar with their Chrome extension Read&Write for Google Chrome. Read&Write helps students to read and write. This extension is free for teachers (teachers need to sign up for the free premium version). Texthelp’s other product, […]

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Use Short URL’s

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Use Short URL’s Long URL’s are not very attractive. They distract from “communicating clearly.” Your note can get lost with the long link. Short links also make it easier to direct people to a webpage when they are not able to click on the link, but rather are typing in the web address (URL). Too […]

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17 Chrome Extensions for You

17 Chrome Extensions

  17 Chrome Extensions Try out these 17 Chrome extensions to add functionality to your Chrome browser. goo.gl Office Editing for Docs, Sheets and Slides Snagit (Update: No longer available) OneTab Save to Google Bitmoji (Leave students fun feedback. DRAG into a Google Doc!) Grammarly MediaCore Capture (record from webcam) MakeGIF Drive20 Open Side by Side […]

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6 Tab Tricks for Google Chrome

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6 Tips for Tabs in Google Chrome Tabbed Browsing As a teacher we frequently need to multi-task what we are doing on the Internet. We need a tab open for our email, the gradebook, Google and any other projects we are working on. Frequently I am going back and forth between two particular tabs. Tabbed […]

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Share a List of Resources: OneTab Chrome Extension

One Tab

A quick way to share a list of web resources is to use the OneTab Chrome extension. Students or teachers can conduct a Google search on a topic. Hold down the Control key (Command on a Mac) when clicking on a link will open the destination URL in a new tab. After gathering several web […]

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