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John Evans

Control Alt Achieve: Learn Math with your Face (and Google Docs) - 2 views

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    "We all know it is best to learn math by using our hands (interactive stuff) and using our heads (critical thinking). But how about if we also use our faces"
John Evans

Google Fonts Provides Over 800 Beautiful Fonts to Use in Your Docs and Apps for Free ~ ... - 4 views

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    "Google has recently revamped its popular fonts site 'Google Fonts'.  The site now has a user-friendly layout that allows you to easily navigate its directory that includes over 800 fonts. It offers a dynamic grid where you can preview fonts, select fonts you like, use preview text to test  them and many more. Fonts are organized into five main categories (Serif, Sans Serif, Display, Handwriting, Monospace) accessible from the left-hand sidebar. You can also filter your font search by sorts, languages and number of styles."
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: New Commenting Options in Google Slides, Sheets, Docs Mob... - 0 views

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    "If you have run updates on your iPad or Android tablet in the last 24 hours you might have noticed some new commenting options in Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets. If you haven't run updates, you will want to after learning about the new commenting features.

    Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets for iOS and Android now have instant mentions in comments. Simply start typing a contact's name in a comment box and you will see a list of suggested names to mention in your comments. Anyone you select from that list will be notified of being mentioned in your comment."
John Evans

Orange Slice: Rubrics for docs - @joycevalenza NeverEndingSearch - 3 views

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    "I just discovered Orange Slice, a Google Add-on that offers both teacher and student rubrics.  A handy productivity tool, Orange Slice plays nice with Google Classroom and makes it super easy to evaluate student work in Docs.
    The Orange Slide Teacher Rubric allows teachers to add rubrics to students' assignments for grading.  The Orange Slide Student Rubric is designed for group collaborations or peer reviewing.  Students could add the Orange Slide Student rubric to their own accounts to evaluate their classmates' work, once the teacher or librarian sets up the Teacher Rubric."
Phil Taylor

Google Unveils Collaboration Features for Classroom and Docs -- THE Journal - 0 views

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    Features should be live by end of September
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