The Highlight Tool is a simple but powerful Google Docs Add-On that teachers can use to provide feedback on student written work. The key benefit of the Highlight Tool is the ability to create a customized series of highlighters on different topics
SAS Writing Reviser is a terrific free Google Doc tool for helping students identify writing issues and improve their written work. Available as a Google Docs Add-On, SAS Writing Reviser analyzes a document for potential grammatical and syntax issues, highlights or lists
Over the past two years, Google Classroom has become a popular learning platform for many teachers using G Suite for Education. With its ability to seamlessly integrate G Suite tools such as Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Sheets, Gmail, and Google Calendar,
G Suite for Education provides an extensive set of classroom-ready tools for students to create and collaborate. While most student work within G Suite stays in the original format of a document or slide, there are two methods that take advantage of
Google Drive is one of the most valuable tools in Google’s G Suite for Education, and one of the features that makes it so useful is the way that it handles folders. Google Drive Folders allow you to easily organize and share
Google’s G Suite is a proven platform that allows schools, teachers and students to maximize the potential of a 1:1 classroom environment. Sheets, one of the tools on the G Suite platform, is traditionally viewed as a data collection and organization tool.
Google Add-Ons and Extensions provide an excellent array of research, writing and feedback tools perfect for laptop, desktop, and Chromebook users. In this multi-part series, you’ll learn some of the best Google Drive Add-Ons and Chrome Extensions for use in middle school