Google Docs is a staple tool for teachers and nonteachers alike. you’ve probably found Google Docs to be an absolute game-changer in the classroom. It’s simple, user-friendly, and, best of all, it gets better with Add-ons.
I’m always looking for ways to make teaching a little easier and a lot more fun. That’s exactly why I started creating Google Docs Add-ons specifically for teachers. I believe teaching should be about connecting with students, not getting bogged down by paperwork and processes.
In this post, I would like to share with you 10 Google Docs Add-ons for teachers. They’re practical, they’re innovative, and they’re going to help you get more out of Google Docs. Let’s get started!
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Read, understand and navigate the web easier. Giving you features to make Google Docs™ & Google Slides™ more accessible. Including Immersive reader & dyslexia support
5. Insert Icons for Docs
Add icons in any color to your Google Doc. Make your Google Doc more visual.
7. GeoGebra Graphing Calculator
For math teachers needing to add graphing calculator capabilities to Google Docs.
8. Comment Bank
Save a bank of your own comments and phrases that can be copied at the click of a button from a sidebar in Google Docs.
9. Español Typing
Created by my friend Gaby Sanchez, this Add-on helps you to add accents to documents written in Spanish.
10. Save Inline Image
Has another teacher shared with you a Google Doc with images you want to incorporate into your Google Slides? “Save Inline Images” saves those images to your Google Drive, making it easy to add to other documents.