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This week I have 5 new resources from around the Internet and 2 new resources from my blog.
New resources from around the Internet...
🎙️ Cloud Audio Recorder
Free unlimited online audio and voice recorder that can capture any sound from your computer microphone and save it to your computer or your Google Drive.
Free online search tool that uses AI to analyze your research question and return key findings from hundreds of millions of peer-reviewed scientific papers.
🌷 In Rhythm of Nature
Experience a moment of calm today with this digital wellbeing experiment from Google Arts&Culture combining nature and music and breathing exercises timed to the flowers opening and closing.
Free interactive feedback tool where you post a topic, students submit answers, and their responses form a growing word cloud. Great for audience participation, brainstorming, and classroom feedback. Includes settings for session management.
▶️ Educational YouTube channels
Very large list of educational channels for science, math, social studies, coding, music, and more.
And new resources from "Control Alt Achieve"...
⚡ Supercharge Google Forms with Add-ons
Over the last month I have shared my recommendations for Google Slides Add-ons and for Google Docs Add-ons. This week I am sharing my suggestions for good Google Forms Add-ons, what they do, ideas for how they can be used in schools, and a quick overview of how to install, use, and remove Add-ons.
📊 Advanced Summary
🧭 Data Director
📑 Doc Appender
📧 Form Notifications
🏹 Form Ranger
🐶 Icons for Forms
And be sure to let me know which Add-ons you would recommend to add to the list. I would love to learn from you!
💻 Educator Panel: Chromebooks for the Classroom
I am excited to facilitate a live panel discussion to hear from current educators about how they use Chromebooks, how students are using these devices, and how engagement has improved with Chromebook programs. You can join us online this Thursday, Oct 20, 2022 from 1:00 to 1:45pm EST.
This session is part of Google's "Teach and Learn with Chrome" series that runs through October and into November. You can get all of the details on my session and all the other sessions in my blog post.
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