Site or File? Customizing and Safety of New Google Sites

Lot’s of Googlers are still in the initial starting phase of the transition from “Classic” Google Sites to the “New” Google Sites. Set aside all the obvious awesome features of “New” Sites (below). Modern web design Responsive design (how the published site looks on differing devices) Ease of use Real-time customizing and editing Did you know?…

Working Offline in Google Drive

Google Drive has transformed how we work, share, collaborate, and overall network with each other. The concept of using an internal network and or even saving locally has been questioned. Why save locally when you have cloud access anywhere? Why focus on an internal network when G Suite for Education provides us unlimited space? Both questions…

Content Creation for VR with CoSpaces

One of my new favorite resources for virtual reality content creation is an application called CoSpaces. Within CoSpaces users can create their own virtual environments by using 3D tools, uploading media, and searching the web. With the VR explosion of excitement happening with various VR wear, easily accessible content creation tools are essential. Visit CoSpaces to Learn…

Create Self-Graded Google Form Assessments

For years the only way we were able to create graded assessments was using the add-on Flubaroo. For years I’ve been a huge advocate of that add-on and have taught, presented, and blogged about it. Now I believe Flubaroo has inspired Google with the new update of adding the Quizzes feature in Google Forms. This…

Google Expeditions with iPads

Regardless what tablet you own, with release of the Google Expeditions app found on Google Play and the App Store you have the ability to take your Classroom on a virtual reality journey. This video demonstrates how to run a Google Expedition using only iPads.

First Step for Multi-District Google Classrooms

The first step to break down barriers of a single domain in Google Classroom is to whitelist other school domains in your Admin Console. This short video demonstrates what you can do as an initial step to start a multi-district Google Classroom.

A Brief Introduction to the New Google Sites

Over the past few months, Google Sites has transformed into modern and material designed masterpiece. Not only is it visual appealing, it’s very user friendly for all learners. Over the past couple months I had early access and thoroughly enjoyed using the new platform with some minor exceptions (I’m assuming will be rolling out in…

AR Stretches It’s Wings

Augmented Reality or AR: a technology that superimposes a computer-generated image on a user’s view of the real world, thus providing a composite view. AR has been around for a few years with applications and hardware such as: Google Glass, Aurasma, Augment, and now Pokemon GO.  I cannot begin to explain what Pokemon exactly is….