Twelve Days of Tech Tips
or Really Cool Things You Can Do With Google
Day 5 - Fun and Practical Google Tips (Part 2)
Made With Code - Code the Holidays
Made With Code is a Google initiative to champion creativity, girls, and computer coding, all at once, but the projects on this page would be great for any student who is interested in computer coding and the way is it used in the real world. By changing a few code settings, students can build a snowflake, design a Christmas tree light show for the White House, compose a soundtrack and more. Cool!
For complete information on the Made with Code project, click here.
Google Image Search
Did you know that Google could search by images? Watch the short video below to see how it works.
Search by Image
Google News Archive
Google News has an option to search over 100 years worth of archived news from newspapers around the world. Some of the newspapers go back to the mid-1880s. What a great way for students to see history unfold and compare it to today's news reporting.
Millions of books and magazines that you can preview, research, or view for FREE! (Along with with paid versions if you like.) Just go to books.google.com and start searching. You can add books to your library on Google and have them stored in the cloud for access from your devices. You'll also have access to plays, summaries, criticisms, and notes.
This is my first year as the Technology Integration Specialist at Southwest Christian School, Elementary Campus. My goal is to spread the word about all the amazing technology available for our teachers to use in the classroom. God called us to be educators. I believe we should do our best to make learning fun and relevant for our students. Education incorporating the use of technology is just one of the ways we can engage and challenge our students as they become 21st century learners.