Every Lesson is a Search Lesson

Search is the new literacy. When I was a kid, “Googling” something was not really an option. Now, I literally speak to my phone and it tells me the answers to things I want to know. Not only does the ability to Google things exist, I pretty much have...

5 Google Search Tips

5 Google Search Tips We all search, here are 5 tips for using Google Search. 1) Know the Menu After doing a search options for filtering the search are offered. By default “All” types of results are shown. Consider clicking on “News” to filter...

5 Things to Ask Google

The Google App on your mobile device or even the Chrome browser allows you to simply ASK your question. You will frequently catch me during class grabbing my phone and saying “OK Google” into the app. In the Chrome browser click on the microphone icon on...

Math Teachers: Ask Google

Technology transforms what is possible. I have never learned the algorithm to calculate the square root (I turn 39 this week.) My friends who taught in the math department with me who were older knew how to do it; this was part of the curriculum when they went to...

6 Steps to Teaching Students to Search

Please feel free to use this resource with students or in teacher trainings. Please do not republish to your blog. Link to Google Drawing: https://goo.gl/LlCgQ5 New Literacy The new literacy is to teach students how to search. Rather than giving students answers, we...

Finding Plagiarism with Google Search

There are many great products to help detect plagiarism in student work, including Grammarly. My first line of defense if I suspect plagiarism is to simply use Google Search. First Results Most of the time, students will use the first couple of results from a Google...
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