How To Use Google Spreadsheet To Engage Your Students


Over the next few days I am going to do a series of posts on how to use Google Spreadsheet to motivate and engage your students.  This post will serve as a contents page of what is coming up.  My aim is to make a demonstration video for each of the posts so you will be able to see these tools in action.

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Here is what we will discover:

One of the first things you will need to do is to create a free Google account.  You can use the links below to do this.  I have also added a video below that shows you the exact steps you need to take as well as helps you determine whether or not you should get a free Gmail email account at the same time.

Sign up for a Gmail Account (get a Gmail email address)

Sign up for Google account (use your existing email address)



Share class videos with Microsoft Stream

Share class videos with Microsoft Stream

If your school uses Microsoft Office 365, you and your students will probably have access to Microsoft Stream. This video tool makes it very easy for teachers and students to securely share videos within classes and the wider school. In this blog post, I’ll show you how to use Microsoft Stream to share videos with your class.


Getting started with computational thinking

Ask many teachers what computational thinking is and they’ll look at you with a blank face. I used to feel like that! But actually, it’s not that complicated at all. This blog will unpack what it is and give you some simple ideas on how to get started with unpacking what it could look like in your classroom.


Top tips for working from home by a remote working team

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