How To Find Who Did NOT Fill Out the Google Form. It is easy to know who DID fill out the Form. It is hard to know who did NOT. Use this Alice Keeler Add-on to easily get a list of who is missing.
How to Randomize Range in Google Sheets. Built into Google Sheets is the ability to randomize a range without sorting the entire sheet. Alice Keeler shows you how.
How to Create Slides from Google Docs is pretty fun and easy! Check out these options to outline your presentation first in Docs and then send to Google Slides.
Randomize Background Colors in Google Slides. When you have students contribute to the same Google Slides it can be fun to randomize the color of the slide.
Google Classroom teachers, grade faster! See all your submitted assignments in one place. Filter and sort to increase your efficiency.
Seating Chart Slides by Alice Keeler allows you to take your roster in a Google Doc and turn it into a Google Slides with a moveable tile per student.
How to customize the theme color in Google Classroom. It has been long awaited to be able to have Google Classroom Custom Colors. how to change the theme of google classroom
5 Google Sheets functions to know. Check out these 5 functions to help you to use Google Sheets even better!
New feature in Google Docs is the ability to pin rows in a table. Why would you be pinning table rows in google docs? To bring more clarity to your printed documents.
Finally! Schedule to Multiple Classes in Google Classroom. Set the time and date for each section to appear in your Google Classroom as you post assignments.
For Google Classroom you can bulk send missing assignments using Schoolytics.com. This is free for teachers and a huge time saver!
Certify students that they have learned. Use the Certify’em add-on to provide certificates to show students have mastered a topic.
The Pen for Chromebooks, the Logitech Pen. Durable, comfortable,
You can use a Google Form to have students rank their top 3 choices from a list of choices. Let them Choose 3 Options from the question.
“You should always assume that the district is reading your school emails”