In the past Google used revision history - a bit of a change is their version history. Basically the same idea - with a few changes and a nice added feature.
That added feature is naming a version instead of just using the date and time. So you could name one version and come back to it at a different time. This makes it easy to come back to down the line - especially in longer files.
Embedded below is a 55 second YouTube video I created.
If you would like an easy way to stay up-to-date on all thinks G-suite - check out their G-Suite Updates blog. In the site you can also easily search the log in the search bar, check by labels, as well as their archive (since 2007).
I have had a number of people ask me recently how to create a calendar in Google. It is really a pretty easy process. To create a calendar you can either click here, type in calendar.google.com, or simply type in calendar in Google.
Embedded below is a GIF followed by a 1 minute and 22 second YouTube tutorial.
Future posts will be revolving around calendar and some of the possibilities.
In the district where I work the site Splashmath is used to help students learn and or reinforce math topics. It is a comprehensive site as well as aesthetically pleasing - so students seem to truly enjoy it.
Below are two ways to load the app on your iPad - I have included a PDF with instructions as well as a video tutorial.
The first one I created shows how to install the app on an iPad with classroom tiles so they do not need to remember their passwords (best for younger grades and classes that do not share devices). Click here for the PDF.
The second one shows how to install the app on an iPad for classes that may share iPads with other classes. No passwords are stored as they were in the first PDF. Click here for the PDF.
Embedded below are two video tutorials as well. Please note that my narration cuts out as I recorded this on my iPad and when the app launches the ability to narrate is not available.