By popular demand I have created a Google Docs poster for keyboard shortcuts similar to the Google Slides poster. Print out this poster for an easy reference to some helpful Google Docs tricks. Popular Keyboard Shortcuts The shortcuts I chose for this poster are the ones I use most often! I use Control Shift C for a word count quite… Read More »Poster of Google Docs Keyboard Shortcuts
New feature in Google Docs let’s you get at the features quickly!
Sort vocabulary words in Google Slides with this Free Add-on to take your list from Google Docs to individual text boxes in Google Slides.
Create a seating chart in Google Slides by importing your roster from a Google Doc. This free Add-on Seating Chart Slides by Schoolytics automates this.
10 steps to get started using Google Docs.
Use SlidesMania templates with Doc to Slides by Schoolytics
Easily change the sharing permissions on a Google Doc to anyone with the link can view.
Create Avery Address Labels in Google Docs for FREE.
Like magic take any of your Google Docs and convert them to Google Slides!! This is going to be your new favorite Google Add-on.
Mange your Google Docs bullet lists and numbered lists more easily.
EquatIO works with Google Docs, Sheets, Forms, Slides, Jamboard, and more to add math to these products. It is FREE for teachers. You will need to install the Chrome extension and fill out the form to make your free trial into a free premium subscription. You can VERBALLY type your math! Voice Typing There are so many amazing features of… Read More »Voice Type Your Math
Recently Google has updated the interface for how to share documents. By default documents you create are private. Changing the settings then defaults to sharing at your school. To allow parents and those outside of your domain to see your documents you need to take an additional step. Share Button In Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings there is a Share… Read More »Essential Google Apps: Anyone With the Link Can View
Keep a checklist of feedback in a Google Keep note and easily add them to a student’s Google Doc for faster feedback. Checklist feedback helps students know what they did and did not do for the assignment requirements.
Why Be Boring? The default background in Google Docs is white. But why not be more colorful! See this activity in a Google Doc where I changed the background to brown. alicekeeler.com/eatabrownie Page Setup Use the File menu in your Google Doc to choose “Page Setup.” Not Printing Depending on what you are making, there is a chance you have… Read More »Google Docs: Change Background Color
Have Documents Read to Students with Immersive Reader UDL, Universal Design Learning, is a principle for designing lessons that accommodate all students. What is good for a student with special needs is also good for other students. Students with Dyslexia benefit from using Microsoft Immersive Reader. It takes text and puts it into a distraction free screen and reads the… Read More »Using Microsoft Immersive Reader with Google Docs