One downside to transitioning from EDMODO to GOOGLE CLASSROOM was losing the ability to link directly to a post. This was a newer feature of Edmodo, added after some considerable time, but it was still one of it’s strongest with the ability to share a link to students over social media or post online, and … More Google Classroom: Link Directly to Posts!
One of the hardest parts of switching from Microsoft to Google Docs was adjusting to the web-based limitations in functions- not everything I could do in Word translated to Docs. Now, in recent months the table features of definitely improved, dramatically, and it was through this feature that I realized Docs actually made an element … More Making Columns in Google Docs
When school systems first started adopting GAFE (Google Apps for Education), in our county one of the most popular concerns was privacy. Many teachers expressed fears that students, staff, or other unknown persons, would be able to access, copy, and/or change their work without permission. Besides personal documents, there was also fear that any assessment … More No Fear Sharing: Controlling the Audience with Google Products!