The site shows you step by step instructions with functions, variables, code flow, and much more.
Take a look at the embedded 1 minute and 45 second YouTube tutorial below.
Wow - watch the rise and fall of the 10 biggest cities in the World since 1500. A lot of research can be done to explain the how and why behind the rise and fall of these cities. @Flipgrid would be an amazing tool to allow students to share their findings.https://t.co/ztTo6il7MG https://t.co/qcvMCX264e— Brad Dale (@bradjdale) March 23, 2019
Add audio comments within your Google Classroom using the #TalkandCommentApp! @GoogleForEdu #voicenotes #extension pic.twitter.com/2jJoDkpxrS— Alfonso Mendoza Jr., M.Ed. (@TechTeacher1381) October 29, 2019
"Do you want to build a turkey" with Google Slides? Decorate a turkey in Google Slides and have students write about their turkey as well.A big thank you to @bethkingsley13 for creating and @ericcurts for sharing.https://t.co/w4JQM7utPV pic.twitter.com/acy4Jr2KkL
— Brad Dale (@bradjdale) November 14, 2017
Take care,Disguise a turkey! In this Google Slides template students try to disguise their turkey so he will be safe from becoming the Thanksgiving dinner.Big thank you to (Eric Curts) @ericcurts for posting on his site and (Kelly Costa) @costasecond for creating. https://t.co/2nEKCwjVhc pic.twitter.com/yfhOROMDkb
— Brad Dale (@bradjdale) November 15, 2017
ATTN educators: we've added new accessibility options to closed captions in #GoogleSlides. You can now customize captions by moving them to the top or bottom of the screen, and change the text size. Learn more → https://t.co/s9xWp1WCV1 #a11y pic.twitter.com/i9yWKdZ5Bi— B👻👻GLE for Education (@GoogleForEdu) October 14, 2019
What a great saver when want to open a new Doc, Sheet, Slides, Site, or Forms in Google.— Brad Dale (@bradjdale) October 27, 2018
Try https://t.co/apkY9LiRWB https://t.co/3oZbGs8Nj6 https://t.co/t632JvOBAC https://t.co/t1oDsMbX9X https://t.co/er0BfopZmb (to name a few). @GoogleForEdu https://t.co/9iiwvqEtGK pic.twitter.com/NFMVMn1iOf
Teachers and Students have access to Office 365 apps with Google Edu Account. Access to Word, Excel, Sway, PowerPoint, etc!! Thank you to @mtholfsen for sharing! @MicrosoftEDU @GoogleForEdu pic.twitter.com/wgtEkcdMes— Brad Dale (@bradjdale) August 3, 2019
🚨Introducing Read Mode!🚨— Wakelet (@wakelet) October 23, 2019
You can now view the text from articles directly within a Wakelet collection!
Best of all - we’ve combined it with @MicrosoftEDU's Immersive Reader, making your collections more inclusive and accessible than ever! 💙 #BetterTogether pic.twitter.com/pCZAb1acmx
This is really cool and student's creativity could soar with this. It started me thinking about Pixel Art and Alice Keeler's post Google Sheets: Pixel Art Template.Have you ever tried Post-It Note Art with Ss? Check out the Post-It Note window art at the Denver Public Library posted by the inspiring @lieberrian whose FB and Twitter feed nurture the creative spirit. Now I’m off to STAPLES. 🏃♀️ pic.twitter.com/iXteT6vxaX— Julia Dweck (@GiftedTawk) October 9, 2019
Looking to get started with #GSuiteEdu tools like #GoogleClassroom, Docs, Forms, Slides and more? Sign up for our bite-sized tutorial videos delivered to your inbox every week for eight weeks → https://t.co/7IUxE7oDTI pic.twitter.com/yy1HzwvRhz— Google for Education (@GoogleForEdu) October 16, 2019
New Bitmoji update: the ability to add personalized text! pic.twitter.com/HERZPOMFzE— Mrs. Chmil (@mrschmil) October 17, 2019
Having a little Sunday fun before Fall Break is over. Found this new app called Morphin that puts a CGI version of you into your favorite gifs. It’s a GIFt that keeps on GIFing. Right @JakeMillerTech 😉👍🏻 pic.twitter.com/J6WSWpKxg0— Paul West (@pdubyatech) October 13, 2019
🚀 Breaking Down the 4 C’s ... and a free collection of printable posters! https://t.co/jHloKOd30a From @meagan_e_kelly #edtech #edchat #4Cs pic.twitter.com/epshAvdJVR— Eric Curts (@ericcurts) October 8, 2019
This is great as when you select home you will then see at the very top what looks like grey bars. All you need to do is swipe the screen to see the next list.Whoa! Updated Twitter app. Now swipe to see the different feeds of any lists you have created or subscribed too. AWESOME!— Sean Fahey (@SEANJFAHEY) September 25, 2019
But you can only have a top five. Click your profile and then select Lists to reorder & pin or unpin lists.
Just which this could be done for hashtags. pic.twitter.com/GxLQK68WFo
Tomorrow is the fall #equinox! Download @NJCTL's Earth-Moon-Sun System chapter in our Physical Environment course as a PDF and use it as a conversation-starter for your classroom! All our K-12 #teaching materials are free and editable #fallequinox https://t.co/YTxLfegLSw pic.twitter.com/VMQbgWH5V9— NJCTL (@NJCTL) September 22, 2019