3. Correlate Days and Weeks to a Master Schedule If you always do “Compare and Contrast” in Week 3, or you practice Area and Perimeter in April, make sure your activities match the weeks/days of the year. If you accurately record your activities, next year when you’re planning, all you have to do is changeContinue reading “Saving Hours Upon Hours with Digital Lesson Plans”
The first time I used Google Forms, I didn’t really know what I was doing. I basically saw a purple rectangle in the G-Suite and said, “Cool! I like purple! What does this do..?” Turns out, there are some really awesome features in Google Forms that can fill a virtual need in a classroom: inContinue reading “3 Pros and Tips for Google Forms”
Google Slides, simply put, is probably my favorite Google app in relation to the educational world.
A couple of weeks ago, I talked about Google Classroom and some of the tricks I’ve developed. If you’re interested, check it out here. Google Docs Google Docs is a simple writing platform that can be used for many things. In the education world, Docs is most commonly used for creating plans/schedules, taking notes, orContinue reading “Three Easy Ways To Use Google Docs”
A few months ago, I doubt the general populace knew what a “Google Classroom” was. If you surveyed some civilians at Huntington Beach and asked what they thought a Google Classroom was a year ago, I bet you would have gotten some interesting answers. But now, thanks to COVID-19, Google Classroom has become as commonContinue reading “Mr. Graham’s Take On Google Classroom”
A love story (with 5 Steps to Organizing your Google Drive), by Mr. Graham. To me, being digitally organized and savvy starts with Google Drive. If you can get a decent grip on how to be virtually arranged in a streamlined way, you’ll save hundreds of hours when planning, looking for documents, and even designingContinue reading “Organize Your Google Drive, Change Your Life.”