Now a quick, easy way to create new Google documents by clicking on an extension in your Chrome browser bar.
Add the Google Docs Quick Create extension to your Chrome browser bar. When you want to create a new Google Doc, just click on the Google Docs Quick Create icon (it is the Google Drive icon) and click on a new doc, sheet, presentations, forms, or drawing.
Locate Google Docs Quick Create in the Chrome store or simply click on the link below:
Share web pages to your Google Classroom classes. Get your class on the same (web)page, instantly.
Google Classroom Teachers:
Save time and create a more interactive class with the Share to Classroom extension. The extension allows you to push webpages to your any of your Classroom classes, so they open instantly on your students' computers.
With this extension, you can get your students on the right page, quickly and reliably every time. You can also post announcements, create assignments, or save webpages to post to Classroom later.
The Share to Classroom extension gets you to webpages your teacher shares, without you having to type out the whole URL. You can also push web pages directly to your teacher.
TodaysMeet is the a backchannel chat platform for classroom teachers and learners. Designed for teachers, TodaysMeet takes great care to respect the needs and privacy of students while giving educators the tools for success.
Students join fast, easy to start rooms with no sign up, and can immediately start powerful conversations that augment the traditional classroom.
Moderate content: Keep rooms focused by getting rid of off-topic or inappropriate messages.
Keep rooms open longer: Ongoing discussion? Long-term group? Keep rooms open for up to a year!
But only as long as you need: Close rooms whenever you're ready, not just when time runs out.
Keep it private: Limit who can join your room and keep tabs on the participants.
Rooms at your fingertips: Easily keep track of all your rooms, and see which are closing soon.
Be yourself: Own your own identity across devices and sessions—you can still pick a name, but you're always you!
Do you ever click a link to an email address and get frustrated when Outlook or Apple Mail pops up, rather than Gmail? Google Chrome makes it stunningly easy to make your Gmail account the default when clicking linked email addresses. Switching is easy and you don’t even have to go into your Chrome settings.