Tag Archives: Features

Dick & Jane Educational Snacks – English & Spanish – 30 Bags (Bilingual Edition Features 10 Numbers & 50 Vocab Words)

Dick and Jane Educational Snacks are smarter than your average cookie and great for lunch, after-school snack, classroom party or Halloween treat. Delicious, all-natural and loaded with learning, our English & Spanish edition features 10 numbers and 50 vocabulary words. Each bag contains a different mix of numbers and words. Nut free recipe. Product Features […]

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Professor Noggin’s Dinosaurs – A Educational Trivia Based Card Game For Kids – Features 30 Illustrated Cards Including 180 Questions and a 3-Number Die (Ages 7+)

Professor Noggin’s Dinosaur Trivia Game includes 30 trivia cards with 3 easy questions and 3 hard questions on each – for a total of 180 questions! Common topics include Allosaurus, Archaeopteryx, Ankylosaurus, Apatosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Corythosaurus, Dinosaur Bones, Elasmosaurus, Extinction, Fossil Excavation, Fossils, General Topic Cards, Ichthyosaurus, Iguanodon, Ornithomimus, Ouranosaurus, Pachycephalosaurus, Plants of Mesozoic Era, Plateosaurus, […]

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3 Important New Google Classroom Features for Teachers

January 11, 2017 With the start of this new year, Google Classroom announced the release of a bunch of interesting new features. Most important of them all are: new teacher notifications, individual assignments, and classroom user metrics.  Below is a short review of each of these features. Check out Classroom Help to learn more about […]

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Seesaw released 3 Important Features for Teachers and Students

December 7, 2016Seesaw is one of our favourite digital portfolio tool/app that we have covered in numerous posts in the past. A few days ago, Seesaw launched a number of interesting updates that we have just discovered through a buried email in our ‘pregnant’ inbox. The main updates are : 1- Translation into 50+ languages […]

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9 Excellent Dropbox Features for Teachers

July 3, 2016Dropbox is an excellent file hosting service that allows you to ‘keep your files safe, synced and easy to share.’ You can use it to upload your files, videos, pictures and documents and generate unique URLs to share with others. Given the importance of Dropbox in education, we have created an entire section […]

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A Step by Step Guide on How to Create Interactive Presentations Using The New Google Slides Features

May 6, 2016After posting about the new Slides’ Q&A feature, we received a couple of questions regarding its usage. So we created this visual guide to walk you through the process of integrating questions in your presentation. But let us firs start with a refresher about what Slides Q&A is all about.This is a new […]

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A Round-up of The Latest Google Docs Features for Teachers

March 12, 2016Over the last few weeks, Google Docs released a number of important features that enhanced its overall performance. We have reviewed each of these features in separate posts in the past. For those of you who have missed these updates, check them out below: 1-  Document Outline  Document Outline  allows you to easily […]

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5 New Google Forms Features Teachers Should Know about

February 15, 2016Google has recently introduced a number of key features and updates to the new Google Forms. First of them is making new Google Forms the default option for Form creation. Below is a quick overview of some of the main features that have been recently added to the new Google Forms. 1- Add-ons […]

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Google Released Important New Features for Drive Android App

October 28, 2015Google released today a set of important new features to Docs, Sheets, and Slides Android apps. Below is a quick overview of these new features and what you can do with them: Docs and Slides Android apps Ability to add superscript and subscripts to text in Slides and Docs Ability to add hyperlinks […]

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Two Wonderful Google Sheets Features for Teachers

October 23, 2015Below is an excellent video tutorial from Google for Work in which John and Debbie explain how to use the new Google Sheets features. As you probably know, Google has recently added a number of powerful new functionalities to Sheets allowing users to do more with their spreadsheets. Two main features are reviewed […]

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3 New Important Google Classroom Features for Teachers

August 24, 2015Google Classroom announced today the release of a bunch of interesting features to boost your Classroom productivity during this new school year. Most of these features are particularly focused on rendering Classroom more interactive and collaborative. Here is a brief overview of the main features released today: 1- Engage students with question-driven debatesWith […]

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The New Explain Everything 3.0 Offers Some Great Features for Math Teachers

August 15, 2015The popular interactive whiteboard app Explain Everything has recently released its newest version called Explain Everything 3.0. Besides attending to the aesthetic look of the app (changing the logo icon), EE 3.0 has come with some interesting functionalities that speak to the overall performance of the app. The main update in this new […]

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3 New Google Sheets Features You Should Know about

June 15, 2015 Google Sheets for the web released today a set of powerful new features to empower users with new ways to visualize and analyze their data. Below is a list of these main features: 1- Charts Customizing your charts has become way easier. You can now add data labels to display the exact […]

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4 New Google Classroom Features Teachers Must Know about

April 21, 2015 A few days ago we posted here about some of Google Classroom’s upcoming features. Some of these new features were released yesterday and we bet you will love them. All of these features are geared towards enhancing team work and collaboration in Classroom class. Below is a brief synopsis of Google Classroom’s […]

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