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Teaching Techniques with Google Tools

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Overview

Today's classrooms include students with so many diverse needs that it can be difficult to accommodate everyone. Fortunately, there are ways to harness the power of Google's tools in order to meet the needs of your student population. Applying Bloom's Taxonomy, Differentiated instruction, Student-driven learning, and more - it's all possible with Google!

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Subject: Google Intermediate
Categories: Google Intermediate

Contents

  • Teaching Techniques with Google Tools
Using Google Docs and More for Differentiated, Collaborative Reading & Writing
If your class is like most, your students are reading at different levels.more...
Projects and Suggestions for Differentiating Instruction with Google Drive
Do you find it challenging to design, facilitate, and manage differentiated instruction for a diverse group of students?more...
Great Ways to Use Google Drive for Student Driven Learning Projects
Google Apps for Education provides educators with a suite of powerful tools for teaching and learning.more...
Using Google Drive for Interaction in Face-to-Face, Blended, and Online Classes
Google Drive is a tremendous resource for educators for lesson planning, brainstorming, and other teacher-centered activities.more...
9 Ways G Suite Can Address Variability
The way that we learn is as different as our DNA, which makes educating a classroom of thirty students very difficult.more...
Save Time and Paper: Collecting Student Work in a Paperless Classroom
Running a paperless classroom is great, but figuring out how students will turn in their digital work can be tricky.more...
Creating Personalized Assessments with Google Forms
Did you know that Google Forms make it easy for you to design assessments that evolve with your students?more...
Engage and Motivate Students with Hyperdocs Created in Google Docs
Would you like an easy, creative way to engage and motivate your students?more...
Game-based Learning with Google
Who doesn't love to play games to learn?more...
Combining the Power of Google Forms and Interactive Images for Formative Assessment
Would you like to experience the power of combining Google Forms with interactive images to create engaging formative assessments?more...
Creating Growth Mindset Vision Boards with Google Tools
Would you like to help your students develop a growth mindset in which they set their goals and stay focused?more...
Free Accessibility Tools for Students with Visual or Auditory Needs
Do you have any students with visual or auditory needs?more...
Get Hyped about Using Hyperdocs to Create Highly Interactive Learning Experiences
Would you like for your students to take more ownership of their learning?more...
Demonstrate Learning and Make Thinking Visible in a Google Infused Classroom
Would you like for your students to be able to create artifacts of learning that truly make their thinking visible and amplify their voices?more...
Using Google MyMaps to Teach Reading, Research Skills, and More!
When you think about mapping, do you tend to think of it as an activity that is only done in social studies classes?more...
Using Depth of Knowledge and Google Tools to Promote Deeper Thinking
Would you like to move beyond busy work and promote deeper thinking and increased rigor in your classroom?more...
Creating Choose Your Adventure Stories and Other Tiered Activities with Google Forms
Students love activities that provide opportunities for choice and self-directed learning.more...
Help Students Gain Reading Speed, Accuracy, and Confidence with an Awesome Tool for Google
Over 60% of students in the US today struggle with reading according to the Nation's Report Card.more...
Improve Writing Skills, Track Progress, and Save Time with a Free Google Add-on
Less than a quarter of students in the U.more...
Create Googly Dashboards with Google Sheets to Help Visualize and Compare Data
Have you or your students collected data that you'd like to make sense of?more...
Using Google Slides to Construct Knowledge and Encourage Student-driven Learning
Would you like to design student-driven learning experiences that require students to construct knowledge as they create - an idea supported by the Common Core State Standards?more...
Facilitate a Writing Workshop Using Google Docs
How would you like you like to improve your students' writing skills along with their technology skills?more...
Applying Bloom's Taxonomy to Google Tools and Projects
For more than half a century, teachers have used Bloom's Taxonomy to lead students deeper into content in an orderly manner.more...

Reviews (4)

 
This was not what I expected but I learned a few things.
 
it wasn't what I thought it would be but still informative.
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+5
 
Thanks for the great strategies, tools, and tips.
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I can't wait to try to put a video in a google doc!
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