Who’s winning the classroom? Apple, Google, or Microsoft?

It’s terribly confusing, but perhaps no coincidence, that three of the world’s most prominent consumer technology companies—Apple, Google, Microsoft—each boast a “Classroom” tool aimed at K-12 educators and students. After all, what better way to secure a foothold in the market than impressing one’s brand to future consumers at a young age? Source: Battle of […]

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Google Classroom How to invite parents

Google Classroom added the ability to invite guardians over the past year, but there are some questions on how the process works. This Google Classroom How to invite parents article will hopefully help with that. Google Classroom How to invite parents There are a couple of different ways to invite parents (guardians in Google parlance) to […]

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Google Classroom, Twitter tips, highlighting rows – Top 3 posts for the week

Google Classroom: Guardians Who Need a Google Account – Teacher Tech Great information on setting up parents to access their child’s information on Google Classroom. Twitter tips for new users Some basic information for those teachers just starting out with Twitter. Highlight rows in Google Sheets with conditional formatting Go beyond highlighting cells and highlight […]

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ⓔ Polling added to Google Classroom

You can now add questions to Google Classroom for quick polls. There are two answer types, short answer and multiple choice. As it is for polling, there isn’t any option for automatic feedback with the correct answer. Unfortunately, Google still hasn’t added any sort of organizational tool to group items in the classroom or organize […]

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