I am currently working in higher education, and as the adjunct for a few online courses, I am occasionally asked to conduct the online live sessions with students via Adobe Connect. Most recently I gave a live session to current K-12 teachers about Google Forms and how to use them to collect information in your … Continue reading Google Forms in Higher Ed
Google Chrome te brinda lo mejor de un navegador. Encima de todo lo que ya sabes hacer con Google Chrome, aquí unos tips para aprovechar al máximo esta herramienta: Hacer cálculos - en tu barra de busqueda, empezando con un = pregunta a Google cualquier pregunta matemática que tengas. También hace conversiones. Poner un cronómetro … Continue reading ¿Qué puedes hacer con Google Chrome?
If you’re a regular user (or even a new user, or not yet a user) of Google Chrome, there are plenty of tricks and tips for making the most of your “Google” experience. Want to learn some nifty new tricks with your Google Chrome browser? Keep reading! Pin a tab - by right clicking on … Continue reading Pin Tabs, Open Closed Ones, and Search History in Google Chrome
If you’re a regular user (or even a new user, or not yet a user) of Google Chrome, there are plenty of tricks and tips for making the most of your “Google” experience. One awesome feature of Chrome is the “omnibox” this is the box along the top where you typically type in the website … Continue reading 3 Cool Things you can do in Google Chrome
Once you've created your Google Form using all the snazzy features we looked at last week, you'll want to either share it for collaborating with others, and most definitely send it out so you can collect information from others, be that colleagues, parents, or students. In this video we look at your main options: sharing … Continue reading #TipTuesday – Sharing and Sending Google Forms
Google Forms is constantly revising, reiterating, and adding new features and a smoother look. I recently created the following video to show the beginner around Google Forms, and the features listed below: Create a Google Form Add questions Embed media (great for flipping your class!) Divide form into sections, and direct flow Make the form … Continue reading #TipTuesday – Getting started with GoogleForms
Muchas veces, al terminar una unidad o lección, queremos que los alumnos demuestren su dominio del nuevo conocimiento--a sus pares, a sus familiares, al mundo. Pero, ¿quién quiere ver otra presentación aburridísima de PowerPoint? Tus alumnos están tan aburridos con estas presentaciones como tú. Aquí, unas buenas alternativas para que tus alumnos puedan compartir lo … Continue reading ¿Ya te aburriste de PowerPoint? Aquí, unas alternativas
Many times after students have mastered a topic or unit, we want them to share this learning with others--their peers, their families, or even the world. But who wants to watch another boring old slideshow filled with images and text? Your students surely are just as bored with them as you are of seeing them. … Continue reading Mix up those old drab, PowerPoints with these fresh alternatives
Many times after students have mastered a topic or unit, we want them to share this learning with others--their peers, their families, or even the world. But who wants to watch another boring old slideshow filled with images and text? Your students surely are just as bored with them as you are of seeing them. … Continue reading Tired of Lifeless PowerPoints? Here, some alternatives.
On YouTube, there are absolutely skads of tutorials on every subject under the sun. But it turns out G Suite has created their own tutorials, complete with screenshots on mobile devices and computers, all presented in a fun, engaging way. So if you’re wanting to learn how to: Sending your Form (check out the 2:20 … Continue reading Do More with Google Forms