There are many uses for Google Sheets in the classroom. I like to be able to have my own class list where I can keep track of my students. I would use a sheet for attendance, recording homework, anecdotal notes and marks. Many LMS’s can do this, but I like the ability to customise what I see and enter, Google Sheets allow me to do this easily.
I always get so excited when I’m visiting schools and see teachers using technology in ways that EMPOWERS students and completely TRANSFORM learning! The tools they use to do this are varied but many of them are right there, within G Suite!
Here are three areas where you can use familiar tools in G Suite (and a few other free online tools) to empower the students in your classes!
Samantha is joined by Helen Palmer, the creator and founder of SelfUnlimited – a fresh perspective on how to navigate the world of work.
In her race against the clock, Helen shares why we need to be a leader to ourselves. We also hear about how managing perception versus reality and having the wisdom to know when you can’t change something have been her biggest leadership lessons.
In this episode Blake sits down with Christine Jackman to discuss her book ‘Turning Down the Noise.’
October – wow! How did that even happen? Our team continues to be blown away by the dedication and hard work of educators all around the world, working in a multitude of ways to support their learners whether they are online or face to face. The capacity and willingness of so many teachers to throw themselves out of their comfort zone and not only learn, but put into practice new skills, is a credit to the education community.
In 2018, Using Technology Better designed and delivered a two phase post-migration training program for this New Zealand based graphic design firm. The initial goal of the training program was to reduce frustration with G Suite, with the long term aim of facilitating a change in culture and collaboration that can lead to transformative practices
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