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An Introduction to G Suite (formerly Google Apps)

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Would you like to create documents, presentations, spreadsheets, forms, and drawings that you and your students can share or access from anywhere for free? Google Drive and a variety of other Google tools allow you to do just that. Watch an overview of some great ways to use Google Drive and discover some key tips on how to use all of these tools effectively in the classroom.


Subject: Google Basics
Categories: Google Basics


  • An Introduction to G Suite (formerly Google Apps)
12 Great Ways to Use Google Drive
Google Apps for Education provides educators with a suite of powerful tools for teaching and learning.more...
Google Docs: An Intro to Creating, Formatting, Sharing, and More
Google Docs is a powerful free app that you and your students can use to create, share, edit, and collaborate on documents, reports, and written assignments.more...
Google Sheets: An Intro to Working with Data, Using Preset Formulas, and More
Google Sheets is a powerful free online app that you and your students can use to enter and analyze data on collaborative spreadsheets.more...
Google Forms: An Intro to Adding Questions, Applying Themes, Sharing, and More
Google Forms is a powerful free online app that you can use to enter quizzes, polls, formative assessments, exit tickets, and more.more...
Google Slides: An Intro to Creating, Applying Themes, Inserting Graphics, and More
Presentations can be a great way for teachers to share concepts and content and an effective way for students to demonstrate knowledge and collaborate with each other.more...
Google Slides: A Step-By-Step Intro to Creating, Formatting, and Designing Slides
Google Slides is a powerful free app that you and your students can use to create content, demonstrate knowledge, collaborate, and more with slides and presentations.more...
Google Drawings: An Intro to Creating, Adding Shapes, Layering, and More
Google Drawings is a powerful free app that you and your students can use to create, edit, and collaborate on drawings and diagrams.more...
10 Ways Google Forms Can Change Your Classroom
Would you like to energize and personalize student learning, while saving time and streamlining assessment and data collection?more...
Getting the Most Out of Google Forms
If you have never used Google Forms, you are missing out on a tool that can save you time, engage your students, and inform your instruction.more...
Time-saving Forms, Surveys, and Quizzes with Google Forms
Discover how Google Forms can help you generate quick quizzes, surveys, and detailed spreadsheets with charts.more...
Create Self-Checking Quizzes with Google Forms and Spreadsheets
Do you spend too much time grading quizzes?more...
Make Google Forms Work for You!
You're probably familiar with Google Drive and may have used Google applications to create online documents, spreadsheets, or presentations, but have you ever used Google Forms?more...
Google Forms and Tablets: Collecting Data on the Fly
With the proliferation of tablets and mobile devices, it has become easier to collect and store data almost anywhere.more...
Go Google for Presentations
Have you ever wanted students to collaborate on presentations outside of class, but file sharing and logistics were a problem?more...
G Suite Features and Updates that Make Your Classroom More Efficient
Are you looking for the best ways to use the GSuite and other Google tools to boost your school year?more...

Reviews (45)

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Nice, clear directions and I learned a few new tricks! Thank you much!
Full Member
Some cool ideas were presented!
Full Member
Great program lots of useful information.
The information was great and I can definitely use it in my Google Classroom.
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Great infromation
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Thank you to those who gathered and presented thins information. It has been very helpful.
Full Member
I am being forced into creating a google classroom. I need the absolute basics to teach me how to use google in a second grade classroom. Someone that doesn't talk so fast or assume I know certain things.
Right now, I'm just trying to absorb as much as I can. This is my second time watching and am learning something new every time. I wish there were a way that I could watch and do while watching. That's the way I learn: by doing
Google Forms and Tablets: Collecting Data on the Fly was very poor quality. All the rest were great.
Very helpful!
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