Google resources

Click here for everything you need to know about Google Apps for Education. 
Google docs 
1. Click here for a short video "Google docs in plain English". 
2. Click here and here and here for some info on using Google docs. 
3. Click here for a video of student/teacher collaboration on a Google doc. 
4. Click here for a great presentation on "34 Interesting Ways to Use Google Docs in the Classroom". 
5. Click here to watch a video on Syncdocs (transferring "My documents" to "Google docs").
6. Click here for a cute video about a kid using Google docs to compose a love letter. 
7. Click here for Google docs for students explained. 
8. Click here for "5 fantastic Google Docs tips".
9. Click here for Google templates for student projects.
10. Click here for two videos and a presentation on using Google docs in class. 
11. Click here for a video explaining how to organize your Google docs. 
12. Click here for a blogpost called "50 Little-known ways Google docs can help in education".
13. Click here for a blogpost called "52 SECRETS STUDENTS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT 
GOOGLE DOCS" 
14. Click here for lots of info on Google Docs.
15. Click here for a really fun way to create a story. Click here for mine.
16. Click here for a presentation called: "Introducing Google Drive and Google Docs for Teachers".
17. Click here for "50 Google Doc tips every teacher should know about"
18. Click here for an interactive tour of Google Docs. 
19. Click here to learn about how to make voice comments on a Google doc with Kaizena.
20. Click here to read about some great tips and ideas for writing and peer-editing with Google docs 

Google Add-ons (new!)

1. Jenny Magiera
2. Flubaroo
3. Doctopus
4. Google docs and sheets (quick overview video)
5. EdTechSplore
6. Jay Atwood's YouTube playlist
7. The best add-ons for Google Drive
8. Super Quiz add-on
9. Doctopus/gFolders/Goobric tutorial

Chrome apps and Extensions

Elizabeth McCarthy recommendations


Google Plus (for social networking)
Click here and for info on how to use it. Click here for some good video tutorials.
Click here for another blogpost called "Is this what schools have been waiting for?" 
Click here and here and here for more blogposts. 
Click here for a blogpost called "6 Things Google+ Can Do That Facebook Can't"
Click here for a blogpost called "9 Reasons to Switch from Facebook to Google+"
Click here for a blogpost called "THE GOOGLE PLUS 50"
Click here for a blogpost called "Why I like Google Plus better than Facebook".
Click here for a ScoopIt with tons of articles on Google Plus.
Click here for "12 Interesting Ways to use Google+ to Support Learning"

Click here for "The book of everything you need to know about Google+". 

Click here for a google doc called "Google +, a collaborative document".
Click here and here for good videos about Google+ and here for a funny one. 
Click here for Anne McKague's Google + Bookmarks. 
Click here for a spreadsheet of World Language Teachers on Google+ and add your name! 
Click here for a LiveBinder on Google+ for Educators. 
Click here for a blogpost about Google + "Hangouts" ie. like Skype.
Click here for a blogpost called "Google + Tips and Tricks: 10 Hints for New Users".
Click here for a Google + widget for your blog. 
Click here for "The Google + song". 
Click here and here for blogposts about using Google + with students. 
Click here for a 177 page handbook on everything you need to know about Google+ called "What the plus: Google+ for the rest of us".
Click here for "50 Google circles for cutting-edge educators".
Click here for a cool video on using Google Hangouts. 
Click here for a great blogpost about how one teacher uses Google+ with his students. 
Click here for "The Ultimate Guide for Google Plus in Schools." 
Click here to find out how to set up a G+ community.
G+ cheat sheets
Great blogpost by Eric Sheninger.

Google Hangouts

Click here for a blogpost called "How to set up your class with Google Hangout". 
Click here for a funny video showing how Google Hangouts work.  
Click here for a blogpost called  "32 tips for using Google Hangouts in the classroom".
Click here for a blogpost called "Let's Google Hangout"!
Click here for a blogpost called "How Educators and Schools Can Make the Most of Google Hangouts"
Click here for a blogpost about Google's virtual field trip program "Connected Classrooms".
Cheat sheets


Google Images

1. http://images.google.com/
Click here for a video explaining the sorting option of Google images.
2. Click here for a blog explaining how to access 5,000 Stock Images for Google Drive Users.
 
Google Reader
1. Click here for a short video called "Google Reader in Plain English". 
2. Click here for an article on "How to get the most out of Google Reader".
3. Click here for a blogpost explaining Google Reader. 
4. Click here for a blogpost explaining using the RSS reader. 


Google Earth and Google Maps
1. Click here for a blogpost on "Google Earth: 50 Exciting Ideas for the Classroom". Click here for ideas on using Google Earth across the curriculum.
2. Click here for a video about how to create a "My Map" in Google maps.
3. Click here for a blogpost on using "My Map" in class. 
4. Click here for a blog based on the cool stuff you can do with Google Earth. 
5. Animaps Click here for a blogpost on how to create animated Google Maps. 
6. Click here for video tutorials on Google Earth. 
Create cool stories with images and Google maps. 

Gmail
1. Click here for a great website for Gmail tips.

Google search
1. Click here for "15 ways to use Google Search in class". 
2. Click here for a great blogpost called "Demystifying Google Search".
3. https://www.google.com/insidesearch/
4. http://www.powersearchingwithgoogle.com/
5. Click here for a great preso on Google Search.
6. http://www.agoogleaday.com/

Google sites
1. Click here and here for Google sites tutorials.
2. Click here for a description of setting up ePortfolios with Google Sites.
3. Click here to learn about making ePortfolios with Google sites.
4. Click here for a blogpost called "5 ways to use Google sites in class". 
5. Click here for info on how to use Google Sites with your classes. 
6. Click here for Ken Shelton's site on building a Google site.
7. Click here for tons of resources and info on Google sites.
8. Click here for a really good step-by-step guide to setting up a site by Chris Betcher.
9. Click here for a great preso on setting up a site.

Google translate
1. Click here and here for videos showing the coolest app ever for translating languages. I have installed the Google Translate app on my smartphone and it is truly amazing.

Google voice
1. Click here to read a blogpost by a teacher using Google voice with his students.

Google forms
1. Click here for a great blogpost on how to use Google Forms in the class.
2. Click here for a way to use Google forms to make a "Create your own adventure". Click here for a great preso explaining this and  click here for a video. Click here for a template on creating the story outline.
3. Click here for my directions to make a "Choose your own adventure" story with a sample story with images.
4. Click here for a blogpost and examples of grade 1 "Create your own adventure" stories.
5. Click here for a preso on how to use Google forms. 
6. Click here for a great tutorial on getting started with Google forms.
7. Click here for another tutorial.  
8. Click here for an explanation of the types of questions on a Google form. 
9. Click here for another tutorial on creating self-grading forms. 

Google spreadsheets

1. Click here to see how you can make flashcards with a Google spreadsheet, using Flippity.net. Click here for a video on using sheets and Flippity to create a Jeopardy game.
2. Click here for "5 things everyone should know about sheets".

Google general
1. Click here for a very thorough blogpost on Google tools for educators
2. Click here for a fantastic presentation on using Google apps in the classroom. 
3. Click here for a great guide on Google for teachers. 
4. Click here for 70+ Google forms for the classroom. 
5. Google tools organized by Bloom's Taxonomy Click on the separate icons to access them.  
6. Click here for Cybraryman's Google Tools page. 
7. Click here for a presentation on "40 Ways to Use Google Apps in the Classroom." 
8. Wow. Click here for a Google document on "Everything Google, from A to Z." 
9. Click here for more ideas for Google for Education. 
10. Click here for an awesome YouTube channel on Google tutorials.
11. Click here for "The Guide to Essential Google Apps".
12. Click here for "100+ Google Tricks for Teachers". 
13. Click here and here for "Google for Teachers" information by Richard Byrne.
14. Click here for Google resources, A to Z.
15. Click here for a video on how to set up Google Apps for your school. 
16. Click here for a blogpost called: "7 Google tools you don't know of... yet". 
17. Click here for instructional videos on all things Google. 
18. Click here for a great page on getting started with Google apps.
19. Click here for an article called "The best Google features you're probably not using".
20. Click here for a video explaining how to create a World Language ePortfolio using Google Drive.

Google Apps for Education 
1. http://www.appsusergroup.org/resources Great site for tons of help with GAFE.
2. Click here for GAFE training modules. 
3. Click here to find out how to archive your data if you leave your school gmail account. 
4. Click here for a great blogpost called "26 tips for teaching with Google Apps".
5. Click here for lots of great tutorials for getting started with GAFE.

Google Chromecast
1. Click here to learn more about how to project your computer screen onto a TV.

Google Presentations
1. Click here for different Google Presentations templates.
2. Click here to learn about how to make your own template.

Google Apps scripts
Click here for the Top 10 Google Apps scripts for Education.

Google Drawing

1. Click here for a great idea to make superheros.
2. Click here for a great preso on Google Drawings.
3. Click here to learn about how to create Infographics.

Google stories
Click here for more info. Click here for my example.

Miscellaneous 
1. Google's URL shortener: http://goo.gl/ 
2. Click here for some Google posters for the class. 
3. Click here for Google fonts.
4. Click here for Google Chrome's Youtube channel.
5. Click here for a blogpost explaining Google +1. 
6. Click here for a video on the upcoming "Google Wallet". 
7. Click here to read about "Me-on-the-Web".
8. http://sites.google.com/site/googlioproject/home A site to create student ePortfolios.
9. Click here for all of the Google holiday doodles.
10. http://bodybrowser.googlelabs.com/body.html# Google Body. Pretty amazing stuff.
11. Click here for a funny rap video on "Google help".   
12. Click here for a blogpost on "Google Bookmarks". 
13. http://www.google.com/moon/  All about the moon. 
14. Click here for a Google calendar video tutorial. 
15. Click here for ideas on using Google forms in the classroom. 
16. Click here for a blogpost called "7 Google tools you don't know about".
17. http://www.googlegooru.com Google tips and tricks. 
18. Lots of info on Google scripts here
19. Click here for a blogpost called:  "Goodies from the Google Teacher's Academy".
20. Click here for the coolest Google doodle ever: Little Red Riding hood in images. 
21. Click here for many "Google Demo slam" videos: ie. really cool stuff you can do with Google apps! 
22. Click here for a list of great Chrome apps.
25. Click here for a great blogpost describing how you can make "Create your own adventure" stories with different Google apps (including YouTube). 
26. https://synergysetraining.appspot.com/ is a cool program to buy ($10) for complete training on Google Apps.
27. Great site for Google tips: https://www.google.com/get/googletips/
29. Changing schools? Check out Google TakeOut to take all of your Google things with you.
30. Google for Education: http://www.google.com/edu/
31. Click here for "The breathtaking breadth of Google" to see some very cool projects.
32. Google Art Project: simply amazing
33. Email tech help videos to parents http://www.teachparentstech.org/
34. Google protecting students
35. Awesome essay-writing helper in a Google doc
36. Preso: Get familiar with Google's lesser known tools.
37. Click here to learn about the different Google certifications for educators.
38. Google Cultural Institute
39. The guide for keeping up with all things Google.

40. Click here for a poster on GAFE and the SAMR model.
41. Click here for great Slides templates.

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