45 Ways to Start Using Google Tools in the Classroom
Each of the 45 ways are grouped into seven categories related to teaching and learning and cover all tools included in the G Suite for Education.
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Below are some tips and useful information on some of the apps we use.
Gmail: Work faster and collaborate better with powerful email features.
Drive: Keep all your work in one place, view different file formats without buying extra software, and access your files from any device.
Calendar: Keep track of important events, share your schedule, and create multiple calendars.
Docs: Write reports, create joint project proposals, keep track of meeting notes, and much more.
Sheets: Handle task lists, create project plans, analyze data with charts and filters, and much more.
Slides: Create pitch decks, project presentations, training modules, and much more.
Forms: Manage event registrations, create quizzes, analyze responses, and more.
Keep: Make to-do lists, transcribe voice memos, take photos as reminders, and more.
Hangouts: Hold meetings on the go, virtual training classes around the world, remote interviews, and more.