This is a fun way for students to learn about grammar. Skills include punctuation, conjunctions, homophones, articles, verb tenses and more. The goal of the game is to make the gladiator jump on platforms to launch fire into the correct answer.
To right-click on a chromebook, simply click the touchpad with two (2) fingers and the right-click options will appear.
Do you need online research sources? If so, check out this list from teachingauthors.com.
Tired of typing the same reply over and over? Or, are you looking for a way to automatically respond to emails? Try canned responses (automated answers to common types of messages). Simply, compose your message once and save the message text with canned responses. Click here for step-by-step instructions.
Check out the Orange Slice Teacher Rubric (Google Docs) add-on for increased grading productivity using the G Suite.
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Check out the ADE’s Livebinder resource of writing instructional tools. It includes YouTube videos, Quick Writes, and much more.
Do you ever need to quickly unsend an email? To enable this feature, do the following:
Please click the image below for instructions to add the MSD district calendar to your Google calendar.
Send a card to a patient at Arkansas Children's Hospital at:
Do you need a quick cheat sheet of questions to help students improve critical thinking on a variety of topics? Check out the Ultimate Cheatsheet infographic by clicking here.
Library of Congress:
iPad App Chart
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Have you ever accidentally closed out of a tab? If so, press the Ctrl+Shift+T keys to recover the last closed tab in Chrome.
Do you ever close out of a Chrome tab accidentally or wish the tabs didn’t take up so much space at the top of your screen? Well, Pin tab prevents accidental tab closing and removes header text by narrowing the tab size. Simply right-click on the tab and choose Pin Tab.
Teaching Tolerance Resources: http://www.tolerance.org/blog/teaching-inauguration
Education World: http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/lesson/lesson219.shtml
Since we have the Google Suite for Education, we are able to download the AdBlock for YouTube extension. This extension will remove the ads on YouTube when viewing in the Chrome browser.
To add this extension to your account, please do the following:
1) Go to Chrome Web Store (Be sure you are signed into your school account.)
2) Search Adblock for Youtube
3) Add Extension to Chrome
Click here for a quick six minute video on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It can be used as a great introduction to a lesson in honor of the upcoming holiday.
Check out Norad’s Santa Tracker by the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD).
KidzType is a cool site for students to learn how to type. It is organized by grade level and offers typing games, lesson, exercises, practice, and more.
Photos for Class is a great site for finding safe images for students. It finds creative common licensed images. Best of all, it generates an automatic citation once you download the image.
Have you wanted to share a document with others, but want to make sure they don’t manipulate your original document or would you like to have the receiver automatically prompted to Make a Copy of the document? If you would like for the link you send a recipient to ask them to Make A Copy of the document, please do the following:
Click the Share button
Click Get Sharable Link button
Click Copy Link
Paste the link into a new email
Erase everything after the last slash and add the work copy
Are you looking for a free quiz game platform? If so, try Triventy. You can sign in using your Google login and even send quizzes to your Google Classroom. Similar to Kahoot and Quizizz, you can create your own quiz or use one from Triventy’s library. Triventy would be good for vocabulary review. You can try one of the public quizzes on the legislative branch by clicking here.