Tag Archives: Drive

Teaching Students to Drive Their Brains: Metacognitive Strategies, Activities, and Lesson Ideas

Research suggests that metacognition is key to higher student achievement, but studies of classroom practice indicate that few students are taught to use metacognition and the supporting cognitive strategies that make learning easier. You can teach metacognition to your students, so why wouldn’t you? This book shows you how. Metacognition is a tool that helps […]

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New- You Can Now Insert Google Drive Videos into Your Slides Presentations

February 8, 2017Google announced today the release of a new feature for Slides. Users are now able to add, besides videos from YouTube,  videos they have in their Google Drive right into their slides. The process is very simple. Here is how to insert a Drive video into your presentation: Open Google Slides, click on […]

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My Town : Car (wash, fix & drive cars)

Product Features 7 different location, 15 characters, 1 tow truck and endless amount of car upgrades Car wash – Keep your car sparkling clean, activate the car wash, run the control panel, fillip soap and make sure every customer is happy! Car garage – Broken engine? Flat tier or a nasty scratch. whatever the issue […]

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Driving School – Learn How to Drive

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10 Handy Google Drive Tips Every Teacher Should Know about

December 14, 2016In today’s Top of 2016 Posts series we are sharing with you this handy visual we published earlier this year. The visual features 10 basic Google Drive tips to help teachers make the best of this platform in their instruction. The tips included are: Access your files offline Conduct Drive searches to locate […]

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Here Is A Wonderful Google Drive Template for Creating Students Certificates

November 30 , 2016A few days ago one of our readers here in EdTech and mLearning emailed us asking about suggestions on creating students certificates. Our best recommendation is this handy template from Slides new template gallery. Of course, there are several other options to use to create students certificates including, Google Docs, Google Drawing, […]

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A New Great Feature for Google Drive Users

November 16, 2016Google introduced today a new feature for G Suite (formerly Google Apps for Work). The new custom template feature allows users to submit and share custom template files for Docs, Sheets, forms and Slides. When submitted to shared template galleries, other users (e,g co-workers) can use these custom templates and adapt them the […]

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4 Great Google Drive Tools to Create Stunning Visual Content to Use in Class

Adding some variety to your teaching content can positively impact students learning and comprehension. Web 2.0 technologies empower teachers with various educational tools and apps to create engaging content. In today’s post, we are sharing with you some examples of applications to utilize with your Google Drive to design beautiful visual content to incorporate in […]

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This is How to Use Google Drive Offline

If you are a heavy Google Drive user like me you would probably love the offline service it provides. This is a feature that, when enabled, allow you to access , create and edit your Google docs and presentations offline. This is particularly useful when you want to access or edit a document in a […]

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Four Important Google Drive Updates Teachers Should Know about

October 5, 2016Google has recently changed the name of its popular service Google Apps for Education to  G Suite for Education. With this change comes a bunch of new features that have been added to some of apps included in the G Suite for Education. These features use machine intelligence to facilitate and add more […]

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Make The Best of Google Drive with These 5 Add-ons

June 23, 2016Below is a collection of five good Add-ons to help you make the best of your Google Drive. Some of the things you can do with these add-ons include: Easily save web content (images, videos, audio, documents, HTML5) to your Google Drive; quickly create a Google doc, form, spreadsheet, or presentation with a single […]

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A Very Good Tool to Convert Classroom Papers to Google Drive Friendly Documents

June 21, 2016Snapverter is a good application that allows you to convert classroom papers, images and pother teaching materials into Google Drive friendly files. ‘Snapverter is an add-on for Read&Write for Google that converts printed documents and inaccessible digital files into readable PDF files for easy sharing and reading aloud in Google Drive.’ Using OCR […]

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4 Important Google Drive Updates Teachers Should Know about

June 3, 2016Over the last few weeks, Google added a number of interesting features geared towards improving the overall functionality of Google Drive tools. For those of you who have not seen them yet, here is a quick overview of the new releases that are important to us in education. These include: availability of Docs […]

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Here Is A Great App for Creating Visual Mindmaps of Your Google Drive Data

May , 2016Mohiomap is a cool application that allows you to create visual maps of the files and documents you have stored in  Google Drive, Evernote, Dropbox, and Box.  It’s a great organizational tool that provides you with a structured overview to improve your productivity and workflow. You can use it to visually explore the notes […]

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