Shortcuts for Feedback in Google Docs

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on the blog of BHS Help Desk senior Josh Boulos In this Edtech tutorial, I explain the importance of this awesome new tool that I discovered with Google Docs! This tool will come in handy for teachers who constantly find themselves giving the same comments to all their students…

Uploading Photos to Google Drive

Editor’s Note: This post first appeared on the blog of Help Desk senior Shivank Shukla This is my first Screencast for Help Desk! In this Screencast I showed how to upload photos from the Photos app on the iPad to Google Drive. It was a fairly simple and easy process as you can see it…

Reusing Posts in Google Classroom

Now that we are in the second week of the second semester, we wanted to remind you that you can reuse your assignments from the first semester with the Reuse Post feature in Google Classroom. This feature saves you even more time and eliminates the need to create a new assignment and attachments in the…

10 Apps for Mid-Year Reviews

With mid-year exams only two weeks away, the BPS EdTech Team wanted to share 10 different technology tools that can help students review course content AND have fun while doing so. Each of the tools mentioned below are FREE and can be easily shared with students through Google Classroom or your class website, blog, or Wikispace. If…

Chrome Extensions of the Week- Week of December 7th

Be sure to check out our Thanksgiving Mega Edition of Chrome Extensions from last week as well as this week’s Chrome Extension recommendations! 1. Lightshot – a quick and easy way to take screenshots, edit, and share. There are great user reviews on this extension. 2. WasteNoTime– helps you manage the time you spend on the Internet…

Google Classroom Tutorials for TEACHERS by STUDENTS

Editor’s Note: Over the past few weeks, Help Desk students have been able to experience Google Classroom from the teacher perspective. A classroom named “Student Genius Bar” was created and the Help Desk students were assigned the role of teacher for this class. Students then created basic tutorials (essentially flipped lessons) on how to use…