Interactive Lessons with Google Slides
Google Slides is one of those tools which is extremely versatile. You can add links to anything, insert video/audio/comments for feedback, create sorting activities, as well as turn physical independent practice sheets into a digital format. The following instructions will help you accomplish creating an interactive slide presentation as well as offer tips for feedback.
Google Meet (also called Hangouts Meet) is a great tool in the GSuite family for video conferences and conference calls. And it can be used directly from Google Calendar.
The app has collected the most effective mental calculation math tricks. It’s designed as an interactive tutorial with math games for your brain, where you get acquainted with each method, and then practice it having different types of brain workouts.
Google Earth Education concentrates on how Google Earth and other Google tools can infuse geospatial thinking into all subject matter types
Did you know that you can provide feedback to your students who submit work via Google docs? Moodle or Google classroom is a means for providing general feedback, but it is beneficial for the student to have specific feedback on part of a paper.
The extension allows you to push webpages to any of your Classroom classes, so they open instantly on your students’ computers.
On the Student work page, you can see the current status of students’ work and enter a numeric grade after you’ve reviewed an assignment.
Noisli is a Google Chrome extension that will play relaxing sounds which help students and teachers focus.