Entries by Peter Horner


The Google Teacher Tribe Podcast

In the Google Teacher Tribe Podcast, Matt Miller (ditchthattextbook.com) and Kasey Bell (shakeuplearning.com) share the latest Google for Education news and updates, with tips and strategies for embeding Google’s tools in the classroom. To listen to the Google Teacher Tribe Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Spotify, visit https://googleteachertribe.com/


The Suite Talk Podcast

The Suite Talk podcast mission is to give educators around the world best practices and guidance for implementing educational technology in the classroom. This podcast focuses on giving ideas of how to use the features of Google for Education to provide the best digital learning environment for students. To listen to the The Suite Talk […]

Originality Reports in Google Classroom Beta

We recently joined the Google Classroom originality reports beta. This is an opportunity for you to pilot a new unreleased feature in Classroom and help shape the development. For more information, see this blog post. What is Originality Reports in Google Classroom?Originality reports is a new feature that brings the capabilities of Google search right to your student assignments and marking interface through Google […]

Getting Started with Google Sites

With Google Sites, you can quickly create a website to gather a variety of information in one place – including videos, calendars, presentations, attachments, and text – and easily share it for viewing with your class, course or the entire college. Creating a web page using Google Sites is as simple as writing a document, and […]

Chromebook Training Guide

Do you already have a college provided staff Chromebook? Or would like to learn more about what makes Chromebooks so great! We’ve created this training guide to help you get started with Chrome OS. It covers Chromebook tips and tricks, accessibility options, installing apps, and Chromecasting.

What’s New in Google [September 2019]

Check out our latest What’s New in Google blog post for a roundup of G Suite for Education launches from September 2019. Updates this month include: Better line spacing in Docs and Slides; Jamboard improvements on Android and iOS apps; Form notifications add-on; Display word count as you type in Docs;

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Chromebook App Hub

Find ideas and activities on Google’s new Chromebook App Hub. Explore how educators across the globe are using Chromebooks in education. Each app recommendation gives you resources for getting started and examples of how it is being used in the classroom. Apps and ideas can be filtered by cateogry, age range, subject, and language. There […]


EduFuturists Podcast

The EduFuturists podcast network includes 4 podcasts: Edufuturists, Edufuturists Vault, Edufuturists Bitesize and In the Studio. A wide range of edtech topics are discussed covering various ways to use technology to enhance learning in the classroom. To listen to the EduFuturists podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Spotify, visit https://www.edufuturists.com/