In the first ClassThink vlog I talk about why Chromebooks are becoming a popular educational tool.
Pinterest is a great tool for teachers to collate online learning resources and share them with students. But the problem with Pinterest is that it’s completely outside of school control and can contain material inappropriate for schools. Now Google has stepped up to the plate with Google Collections — it’s Pinterest done the Google way […]
A few weeks ago I wrote an article explaining how you can give student feedback in Google Docs using the comments and suggestions features. Following this several teachers reported that their feedback comments were disappearing for students, although the teacher could still see them. It took me a while to work out, but there is […]
Google has three tools available to help you set up and manage your Google Apps user accounts. Despite the sync apps having similar names, they all work in very different ways, and choosing the right one can make the difference between a successful or failed Google Apps deployment. Let the battle of the syncing tools […]
Google Play for Education has just launched in the UK, and despite the huge range of Android tablets available on the market only a few are currently supported for use in schools. In fact, just two tablets — one of which Google no longer directly sells — are available to schools through Google Play for Education. They […]