Monday, April 6, 2015

Create, Save, and Modify Worksheets in Your Google Drive

So many times our elementary teachers are needing to make a quick practice writing worksheet for their students to practice tracing site words etc.  One of the easiest places to do this is by using worksheetworks.com.  I just wanted to share an easy way to save, and or modify these worksheets so they can be shared via Google Drive.  This way students could access them electronically and open them in other programs so they could practice writing/tracing skills via their preferred device.

Check out the video below:


Thursday, March 26, 2015

2 Google Sheet Add-Ons - Love this!

Split Names with the Split Name Add-On in a Google Sheet


Create Individual Tabs Using the Row Call Add-On in Google Sheets.






Thursday, January 8, 2015

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

How to Move a Single Google Doc to Multiple Folders

This tip allows you to move Google Drive files, documents, presentations and spreadsheets into multiple folders. For example, you have two folders for two separate classes and you want to share a document you have written with both classes. If you make a copy for each class and later decide you want to make a change to the document, you would have to visit each document to make that change. With the tip below, if you decide to make a change to the document you will only need to open the document, make your change, and the change will automatically update in all of the folders. This is how to do it:

Monday, August 4, 2014

Creating Rubrics with Google Forms

Google Forms can be used to create rubrics for assignments which will help speed up your grading and also allows for consistent feedback to your students. The data is collected into a spreadsheet which makes it easy to transfer the information into your gradebook. Below is a great video that shows you how to set up a grading rubric.