In the second post in this three-part series, we’ll show you how to transfer Google Drive data from a consumer Google account (i.e. your own personal Gmail account) to another Google account (personal or G Suite). This is great for those teachers or students who began using their personal Google Drive for school purposes and now have a school G Suite account.
In the rush to reply to all the emails we receive, it’s easy to overlook common spelling mistakes or typing errors. Whilst Gmail does not have as-you-type spell-check built-in, it does have another little known spell-check feature that is useful. You can also use your browser’s as-you-type spell checking to show those squiggly lines we’ve all become used to seeing under misspelled words.
Hi. My name is Lara and I’m a Google Sheets junkie. It all started when I was looking for a way to streamline my planning and track student progress. From there, it’s really spun out of control. I now find myself using Sheets not just at work, but also at home, and it’s really started to affect me in ways I never imagined it would.
In this week’s OutClassed Podcast, Mike and Blake continue on their discussion regarding the 7 essential elements of school transformation framework. This week it is all about technology and infrastructure.
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