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Screencastify: A Teacher Demonstration

Teacher Jamie G. highlights the Chrome web extension Screencastify and how she uses it in her classroom. This screencasting tool is a quick and easy...

Screencastify: Try It Out!

Now it's your turn! These step-by-step directions will walk you through a recording using Screencastify with both the desktop screencast as well as...

Read & Write Extension for Google Chrome

This video will demonstrate some of the powerful features of the Read & Write for Google extension. Never hear of this tool? That's OK. Here is what...

Open Dyslexic Readable Font Extension

Open Dyslexic is an open source font that can be loaded and used on any computer or Chromebook. It was designed to help dyslexic students read typed...

Google Chrome - Installing Extensions

This short video by Richard Byrne, the creator and author of the blog Free Technology for Teachers, demonstrates how easy it is to install extensions...

Google Chrome - Managing Extensions

This short video by Richard Byrne, the creator and author of the blog Free Technology for Teachers, demonstrates how easy it is to manage...

Google Chrome - Introduction to Themes and Extensions

This introductory video by Amy Mayer, the creator and author of friETechnology, provides a detailed overview and useful introduction to Google...

Generate QR Code Chrome Extension

QR Codes are really handy. If you aren't sure what QR Codes are, make sure to watch out Pyxis resource QR Codes for Teachers.  If you already know...

Diigo: Annotating a Webpage

Annotation has always been a great strategy for all readers, but as the digital text was introduced to the classroom it was very difficult for...

Lucidchart: Graphic Organizer & Mind Map Tool

Lucidchart is a handy Google extension that allows users to easily create diagrams, mind maps, and flowcharts. It is very easy to use, and because it...

Sharing Student Resources Google Tone

Google Tone is a Chrome extension that allows you to share website and links directly with you students via sound. Yes, that's right. You don't have...

Improving Writing and Research Using GSuite

Does it ever feel like you're pulling teeth when asking students to conduct research and communicate effectively through writing?  Does it seem...

Google Products for Diverse Learners

Meeting the needs for all students, especially those with diverse and special needs can be a challenge for any teacher.  Luckily, Google has upped...

Chromebook Accessibility: Navigating With the Keyboard

When working with students who have a diverse set of needs, it's good to know that Google Chromebooks have been designed to be accessible to many...

ScribbleMaps-A Student Friendly Mapping Source

Need a mapping resource that is malleable and accessible to you and your students? Then ScribbleMaps is right for you! This resource features many...

Kami: The Collaborative PDF & Document Markup Tool

Kami is a web and extension based PDF and Document annotation/markup tool that works with Google Drive and Google Classroom.  As a teacher, you can...

Insert Learning: Your First Lesson

Are you looking for an easy way to transform content into e-learning lessons for your students? Then look no further than Insert...

EquatIO: How to Use in Google Forms

Creating and using math in digital form can be frustrating and time consuming.  Thankfully, there is a Google Chrome extension called EquatIO...

EquatIO: How to Use in Google Docs

Creating and using math in digital form can be frustrating and time consuming.  Thankfully, there is a Google Chrome extension...

AudioPlayer for Google Slides

While most educators love the collaborative element of using Google Slides, occasionally someone will point out that you can't play background audio...