Category: Google Apps for Education

Tech Savvy Tip: Google Sheets Email Notifications

Google Sheets

Did you know that you can setup Google Sheets to email you when a change has been made to a sheet? In this weeks Tech Savvy Tip, Mike shows you how!  

First Look: Google Data Studio

Do you use Google Sheets to organize and analyze data? Are you looking to go beyond the built in charts in Sheets? If your answer is yes to either question you should check out Google Data Studio: Google Data Studio

New from NCCE: The Chromebook App List from the Tech-Savvy Teachers


We are pleased to release a new tool from the NCCE Tech-Savvy Teachers, the NCCE Chromebook App List! The list will always be at this short link: One of the hurdles for teachers adopting Chromebooks in their classroom is

Session Documents: Candy is Dandy, An Introduction to Collaboration in G-Suite for Education #ncce17 #nccechat

M&M Style Candy Image

At the link below, you’ll find the session notes for the “Candy is Dandy” Workshop at #NCCE17 in Portland!

Slides: K-12 Formative Assessment and Analysis with Forms and Sheets

Here are my slides from my presentation: K-12 Formative Assessment and Analysis with Forms and Sheets

Enhance Student Collaboration in your Google Classrooms with SMART amp

Our friends at SMART Technologies are guest posting today sharing SMART amp and how easy it integrates in Google Apps for Education. Jason and I have worked in amp for the past few years and are impressed with it’s seamless

Join us at the Tech-Savvy Teacher Portland Summit March 22nd!

Back by popular demand for a second year, NCCE’s Google Summit will feature presentations and workshops from the Pacific Northwest’s “App All-Stars,” a collection of engaging and in-demand educators from across the region that know innovation and results.  The summit

The $100 Chromebook? Turn a Cheap, Dated Laptop into a Speedy ChromiumOS Device with CloudReady!

It is no secret that I love Chromebooks!  Since first purchasing an early Samsung Chromebook, I have been impressed with the simplicity of the platform, coupled with the bargain price.  I have since then updated to a 2014 edition of

Chromebooks to run Android apps: What does it mean for teachers and schools?

Last week, Google hosted its annual conference for developers, Google IO.  There, Google made many announcements about upcoming products and enhancements of their vast software and tools like. As in past conferences, there were many announcements that could have long-range

Meet a Tech Savvy Teacher: Andy Plemmons

Librarians using Twitter will be familiar with Andy Plemmons (@plemmonsa),  a school library media specialist at David C. Barrow Elementary in Athens, GA. His library program is grounded in transliteracy, participatory culture, and students as creators of content shared with