It’s that time of year again. Every year, I gather together all the fabulous Google resources from our blog. This year, we have had so many amazing posts on topics ranging from Google Earth to implementing high-quality instructional strategies using Google tools. Check out this incredible list of Google blog posts from this past year categorized by topic/tool.
- Drawing for Learning with Google Canvas – Discover this simple tool that provides students lots of options for learning in your classroom.
- Google Tasks Gets an Upgrade – Learn about the additional functionality of Google Tasks.
- Meeting Scheduling for Busy Educators – Explore tools that will make it easier for you to schedule meetings in Google Calendar.
- Make Your Chrome Browser Even Stronger – Learn about several flags that you can enable in the Chrome browser for additional features that you might find helpful.
- Make Your Chrome Browsing Experience Even Better – Find out about various new features that developers are testing for Chrome.
Chromebook App Hub
- Get Idea Sparks with the New Chromebook App Hub – Get ideas from fellow educators on how to use specific apps in the classroom.
- Google Chromebook App Hub Now Live – Search for just the right app with the Google Chromebook App Hub.
- Avoid Hormone Addiction with a Tab Manager – Learn the value of using tab managers.
- A Fresh, New Look for Google Classroom – Discover the fresh, new look of Google Classroom.
- Overcome Five Challenges in G Suite EDU Classroom – Explore a few ways educators are using G Suite EDU tools to resolve classroom challenges.
- Differentiate Instruction with Google Docs – Learn various ways to differentiate instruction with Google Docs.
- From Google Docs to Audio Book – Use Google Docs as an easy tool to create an ePub-formatted ebook and then turn it into an audio book.
- Make Your Google Docs More Accessible – Discover best practices for creating accessible Google documents.
- More Ways to Make Your Google Docs Accessible – Discover even more best practices for creating accessible Google documents.
- Using Google Earth to Follow the Trail of Lewis and Clark – Use Google Earth to learn about the unprecedented three-year trip.
- Handling Gmail with a Right-Click – See what happens when you right-click on an email with this new Google update.
- Using Canned Responses for Unique Gmail Signatures – Discover how to easily switch between multiple signatures using canned responses.
- High-Impact Classroom Discussions with Google – Promote classroom discussions in your classroom with Google tools in order to increase student learning.
- High Impact Strategy: Using Google and Self-Reported Grades – Pair self-reported grades with Google tools in order to increase student achievement.
- Bring the World into Your Library with Google Geography Tools – Delve into Google Earth features as well as some other Google geographic tools you may be less familiar with.
- Google Tools for Your Library – Explore tips for using Google in your library.
- Create a Mobile App from Google Sheets in Minutes – Create a mobile app from your Google Sheets using Glide.
- Using Google Translate in Sheets to Differentiate – Investigate how to use Google Translate in Google Sheets in order to differentiate in the classroom.
- Five Hacks for Google Slides – Take a look at five Google Slides hacks you may find useful.
- Get Creative with Google Slides Creator Studio – Learn how to create .gifs and videos from your Google slides.
- Increase Student Engagement with Pear Deck – Discover how to get authentic formative feedback and increase student engagement while using Pear Deck for Google Slides.
Various Google Topics and Tools
- Five of My Favorite Googly Things – Take a look at some wonderful treasures that are at the heart of the Google Certified Trainers Database.
- Grow with Google: Students as Technology Support – Learn about the various components of the Grow with Google program.
- Introducing G Suite EDU to Your District – Get tips for the introduction of G Suite EDU to your district.
- Protecting Confidential G Suite Files – Learn various ways to protect confidential G Suite documents.
- Top Three G Suite EDU Questions – Explore the top three questions that educators have about G Suite EDU.
- Turn Your Face into a PoemPortrait – Create a PoemPortrait, a collaboration between Google’s Arts & Culture Lab and coder Ross Goodwin.
In addition, don’t forget to check out the 2016 Google Resource Roundup, 2017 Google Resource Roundup, and the 2018 Google Resource Roundup for even more phenomenal Google blog posts. As we move into 2020, stay tuned to more fabulous posts by joining our email list to ensure the latest content gets delivered right to your inbox and you never miss any of these wonderful resources.