Friday, October 20, 2017

This Week's Leader Board

It was a close one this week. Glenmore holds on to their lead by only 5 badges. Will Lake View take top honors next week? Santa Rita is still in third with Lamar closing in on third place. 

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Digit Citizenship Week

Half-Way Point

We are at the half-way mark of Digital Citizenship Week. I encourage to you visit and make use of the resources and suggested activities found on our website. I also encourage you to set a goal to include digital citizenship activities, videos, discussions, etc. throughout the year, not just for this week. 

Not sure where or how to begin? Start here with a short video from that answers the question "What is Digital Citizenship?"

What next? Take a look at the interactive, engaging, full year long curriculum provided by and Google's Be Internet Awesome.

Friday, October 13, 2017

This Week's Leader Board

While there are no changes this week, we do want to give a SHOUT OUT to the Santa Rita Falcons for earning the most Integration Badges so far this year.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Become a World-Class Digital Citizen

Digital Citizenship Week - October 16-21, 2017

Most teachers would probably agree that while most students have and use mobile devices and computers; students don't always know how to use devices properly in an educational setting. More and more classes are branching out by connecting and collaborating with other classes from around the world. For many of our students, these are new situations; in which, they will need guidance and modeling on how to work appropriately in that type of setting. We can help make students aware of the difference between personal and professional technology use, and how to safely and responsibly use technology devices in any setting.
Digital Citizenship is a user's appropriate and responsible behavior with regard to technology use. So what makes a model digital citizen? Check out this link to read about the 9 Elements of Digital Citizenship

Special Edition: PD in your Pajamas

Join us Thursday, October 12 at 7 p.m. for a special edition of PD in your Pajamas webinar. During the webinar, we will discuss what it means to be a good digital citizen, preview the various resources and games that are available to teachers and students, and share activities that you can do with your classes during Digital Citizenship Week. 

PSA Challenge 2017

Want to inform others about the positive effects of being a good digital citizen? 

Have your students Create (up to) a 90 second video in which students communicate their understanding of one or more of the Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship and the positive effects that result from being a model digital citizen.

Guidelines for PSA
  • PSA must address authentic issues relevant to digital citizenship - 9 Elements of Digital Citizenship
  • PSA must be appropriate for a mixed audience (from grade level to school board)
  • PSA must follow appropriate copyright guidelines
  • PSA must stay within the 90-second limit (including credits)
  • Winning entries will be selected showcased on SAISD Channel 4 throughout the school year.

Find more information about the challenge go to our website.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Make anything Talk with Chatterpix

Chatterpix is a free app for iPad and iPhone.

Chatterpix can be used to introduce and explain just about anything. And what's even better is that it is so easy that students of all ages can use the program. Simply take a photo, draw a line to make a mouth, record your voice (up to 30 seconds), and share. The possibilities are endless. Within the program students can also add backgrounds, stickers, and stamps. 

Here's a few ways your students can use the free, fun, easy program: 

Who Am I? 

Student research a person(s). Student find or draw appropriate image(s) of person to be used in Chatterpix. Student records facts of person using Chatterpix.

Other examples: 

Animate and explain a chemistry molecule.

Animate and explain a mathematical equation.
Animate a microscope or goggles to explain lab safety or lab directions.
Animate a map and present facts about a state or country.

If you have a lesson using Chatterpix or Chatterpix for Kids, please share it in the comment area.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

What's New in Google?

Recent Updates

Google Keep 

  • Keep is my all-time favorite note taking app. Now, I can organize and color code my notes with 4 new color choices: dark blue, purple, pink, and brown. 

Google Classroom

  • Display your class code.
  • View Individual Student Work to view in one screen what that student has turned in or is missing.
  • Drag and Drop the Class Tiles to organize and arrange your classes on the Home Screen.
  • Have a mobile device such as a tablet or phone? Install the mobile version of Google Classroom today. Using the mobile version allows Classroom users
    • to add handwritten annotations to docs or PDFs.
    • quickly take and insert a photo or video. 
    • set up new notifications - vibration or sound
Android - Play Store Link

Google Slides

  • You can now integrate your Google Keep notes into your Slides.  YEAH!
  • Toggle between Film Strip View and Grid View!
  • No longer delete slides that you still need, but SKIP them to tailor your presentation for various audiences.
  • Slides now have add-ons available to add more functionality to your presentations.

Google Sheets

  • Create custom headers and footers

Friday, September 29, 2017

A New School Takes the Stand

This Week's Leader Board

The Glenmore Jets still soar this week as they remain in First Place for the second week. Lake View in Second Place needs to keep a close watch because the Santa Rita Falcons are just 10 badges behind. The Mighty Santa Rita Falcons swooped in and removed Lamar to take the third place spot on the stand. Congratulations to Mrs. Crawford, she's put Glenn in the running. 

Want to see your campus on the Leader Board? Just visit our website and request a badge. There are many badges to choose from and more are added throughout the year. 

Friday, September 22, 2017

Glenmore SOARS Back to the Top!

This Week's Leader Board

Glenmore soared once again to take First Place on the Tech Badge Leader Board, but the Lake View Chiefs are right on their heels. Lamar stays in a solid Third Place, but continues to get closer. Looking to take their place on the stand and gaining momentum are Goliad, Santa Rita, and Bonham. Congratulations to Mrs. Gryder, she put Fort Concho in the hunt for a place on the stand. 

Thank you to all campuses who are participating! Want to see your campus on the Leader Board? Just visit our website and request a badge. There are many badges to choose from and more are added throughout the year. 

Thursday, September 7, 2017


Technology Integration

While trying to find inspiration for today's blog, I remembered a past blog that I read.
πŸ’‹KISS - Keep it Simple Sunshine.🌞

While visiting classrooms this week, we saw some great learning with the use of technology - and none of it was a HUGE project. When integrating technology, it takes practice, reflection, tweak, and repeat until perfected. Just within two days, students in classrooms at four different elementary campuses:

practiced how to sign into a Chromebook πŸ’»

created Popplets showing place value in different formats

had an online discussion in Padlet

went on a live safari πŸ…

played Plickers in math class

created a slide show in google slides to review nouns

worked on a variety of assignments using Google ClassroomπŸ“

The 4 C's could be seen in all classes using technology. Students were working together to help classmates(collaboration), finding pictures and colors to give their assignment their own personal touch (creativity), solving and showing what they know other than paper and pencil (critical thinking), and talking and sharing (communication). 

Students were engaged, learning, and sharing with others. 

Friday, September 1, 2017

Still in First Place...

This Week's Tech Badge Leader board:

Getting In & Out of Chrome

Fabulous Friday To Everyone!

Beginning of school means logging into Google Chrome and getting Googley with all the fantastic tools and resources for teachers and students. Here's how to quickly and easily sign in to Chrome on a laptop, desktop, or Chromebook. 

Steps to properly sign in and out of Chrome on a laptop or desktop:

Steps to sign in on a school Chromebook: 
1. The Chromebook will automatically open to a sign-in screen. 
2. Type in username(email). Click Next.
3. Type in password. Click Next.
4. You're IN!

Steps to sign out on a school Chromebook. 
1. Click the Red Sign out Button on the task bar towards the bottom left corner of the screen. * Thank you, Mr. Zapata from technology for putting this on all Chromebooks in the district.* 

Friday, August 25, 2017

In First Place...


Begin earning your Professional or Integration Tech Badges today. 

This Week's Leader Board:

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Getting Ready for PD in Your PJs

Adobe Connect

PD  from the comfort of your own home.

PD in your Pajamas begins again on September 5th at 7 PM. Join us every Tuesday for informative hints, tips, and how-to's for using technology in the classroom. Attendees can register for any webinar in Eduphoria Workshop. 

Here are few tasks to complete to make your experience run smoothly on the day of the webinar. 

1. Install the Adobe Connect Add-In from Software Center. 
2. Test the Link:
3. The Adobe Connect Sign-in page will load. When you enter the webinar as a guest, please use your first and last name. Click Enter Room.

*If  the following screen appears, you can click Open Adobe Connect Add-in. It has been my experience when choosing this route, I had to click on the Open Adobe Connect Add-in every time I accessed the webinar link. Even if I checked Remember my choice...

Option #2 - This option choice has worked for me every time and on different devices. 

4. The next screen that opens is what I like to call "The Success Screen". 😎
5. At this point if you are still getting error messages or having problems connecting, please contact the Technology Help Desk at 657-4000. 

September Webinars

September 5 - Getting Started with Chrome
September 12 - Creating and Updating Classroom Website using School Center
September 19 - Getting Started with the NEW Google Sites
September 26 - Getting Started with Google Drive

Thursday, August 17, 2017


EdTech with Howard and Feck are excited about the new school year!  

We look forward to sharing technology integration ideas and strategies here at "THE CLICK". We can't wait to see all the wonderful ways that you and your students use technology to enhance and transform learning this year.

Have a fabulous first day back!

Friday, June 16, 2017

Play Your Voice in a QR Code

I love using QR Codes in the classroom - and here's another great way to use them. Tony Vincent  tweeted about using QR codes to play audio recordings - and it's so easy to do!

1. Go to and record your message.
2. Save the recording to your Google Drive.
3. Create a shareable link to the file and copy it.
4. Go to and paste the link in the box (make sure you click the globe icon first).
5. Download the QR code or right click and copy it.

You now have a QR code with audio attached to it.

Teachers - create audio QR codes to provide instructions to students, read a passage from a story, creating oral exams, parent tutorials and information, interactive lessons, etc.

Students - create audio QR codes to show understanding of any concept, share reading fluency, ask questions, etc.

To level up this tool, create a shared google slides file and post it in Google Classroom. Students would insert their QR codes into a slide. All students could then scan the QR codes to hear their fellow students reading or discussing a certain topic. 

Here's a link to his twitter post -

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Dive into Technology this Summer

Tech Tip Tuesday

1) Don't forget to join us for our Summer Webinar Series. 
Webinar sessions are at 10 AM on Tuesday/Thursday. Topics include:
  • Get the Most Out of Your Outlook Mail and Calendar
  • Get Connected with Google+
  • Take the Plunge and Make your next Classroom Site with the New and Improved Google Sites
  • Have your students travel the world with Google Maps
  • See and Share all your Favorite Chrome Extensions: Part 1 and Part 2
  • Do More with Smore
  • Have iPads? Check out all the apps students can use to easily create videos to show and share what they know.
*Click the links above to sign up in Eduphoria.

2) Participate in the BEST Summer Technology Conference.

Engage is July 18th at Lake View High School. Join us for a fun filled day of technology integration. 

Our goal this year is to have 350 participants to attend. We are right now at 272. Help us reach our goal. 

Check out the guest speakers and schedule at our Engage Website.

3)Have a relaxing summer! 😎


Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Don't Just Show, Interact

Website Wednesday

Two wonderful tools that let teachers and students interact with classroom videos are...



EdPuzzle and PlayPosit are two easy-to-use websites that allow teachers to add interactive content to videos. Adding questions, audio, and links can help keep students more engaged during the video viewing. Answers to questions give teachers necessary data to check if students were not only paying attention, but comprehended the material. 

Benefits of EdPuzzle: 
  • Add interactive content: reminders, open-ended questions, multiple choice questions, links to more information and resources
  • Add your own Audio Track and Audio Notes
  • Trim video clips
  • Find videos from sources such as YouTube, TED Talks, Kahn Academy, Vimeo, CrashCourse and many others. 
  • Upload your own created videos. 
  • Share to Google Classroom
  • All of this for FREE!
Benefits of PlayPosit:
  • Log-in using your Google or 0365 Account
  • Search videos from sources such as YouTube, National Geographic, History Channel, Walt Disney, TedED, Kahn Academy, Flocabulary, and many others. 
  • Upload your own created videos.
  • Crop your video.
  • Share to Google Classroom

To see EdPuzzle in action, join us for tomorrow's webinar: 

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Safely Present YouTube Videos in the Classroom

Tech Tip Tuesday

While YouTube is a beneficial educational tool to use in the classroom, the advertisements and other video screen shots can be inappropriate and distracting for students. Leading to a whole lot of headaches if teachers aren't on their toes and monitoring at all times and all screens. This in itself can be difficult. Here are two options that can help you safely present YouTube Videos to your students: 

1) Google Slides - Teachers can easily assemble all their educational YouTube videos and embed them into Google Slides. 
  • Open Google Slide
  • Click Insert>Video
  • Paste in a YouTube link OR type in a keyword to search YouTube for a video.
  • You can preview the video before inserting it into the slide. 
  • Click on the video you want>Select. 
The video will play right on the slide with no links or advertisements. 

2) ViewPure - See YouTube videos with no links, advertisements, or distractions. 
  • Open the ViewPure website.
  • Paste a YouTube link into the search box.
  • Click the Gear icon to set up a custom URL, set up a password, or define the start and end time of the video. 
  • Click Purify. It will open your video in a new screen. 
  • Copy the link at the top and share with students, parents, or faculty through an email, classroom website, or Google Classroom. 

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Have you ever wondered?

Website Wednesday

Have you ever wondered...
-what will school be like in the future?
-what the weather is like on other planets? 
-do letters talk?
-why do I need to learn Algebra?
-who invented grammar?

These and many other questions can be answered at

Wonderopolis is a website that encourages curiosity, exploration, and discovery. Their Wonder of the Day helps to get students of all ages thinking and talking. Every day you are provided with a new Wonder. The Wonder of the Day is great for discussion, research, or as a writing activity. Have question that you would like answered? Students can also add to the Wonderopolis question bank. You can even subscribe to the Wonder of the day and have it sent right to your email or phone. Don't miss out on another Wonder. Go to Wonderopolis and subscribe today!

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Color Challenged? Solution Provided

Tech Tip Tuesday

Laura is constantly laughing and making faces when it comes to my background and font color choices in presentations or infographics. When it comes to design, I will admit it that I am color challenged. There's just too many choices, and I often like to color outside the box. πŸ˜€ 

Here are a few extensions and apps that can assist all who are color changed when it comes to presentation designs. All can be found in the Chrome Web Store


Color Picker - This site has ads that could be distracting for students. 

Image Color Picker - This one I like. I can load an image that I am using on my presentation and choose a color to use as my background, so that my background and image colors do not clash. Once the photo is loaded onto the site, you can pick a color. Then copy the color code and paste it into your presentation's custom background.

This is a video on how I use Image Color Picker. 

Monday, May 8, 2017

Draw, Tell, Share

Mobile App Monday

I know many teachers and students use Chatterpix as a tool for students to share with others what they know. Draw and Tell is another app from Duck Duck Moose that lets students draw and then narrate their drawing. This app can be used to explain a math problem, talk about historical locations and people, tell an original story about a frog that demonstrates its life cycle, or rewrite and tell a story from another point of view. The options are endless. 

This app is great for all ages and includes so many free and easy-to-use features.  The app comes with quite a few choices for backgrounds, color options (crayons, paint brushes, and color pencils), stickers, and stencils. Even better students can group drawings and recordings in order to create their own mini-movie. 

While looking into this app, I found some interesting news. Duck Duck Moose is now a part of Kahn Academy. That means all Duck Duck Moose products are free and without ads. 

Here are a few other Duck Duck Moose Products that you might want to try out: 

Wednesday, May 3, 2017


Website Wednesday

Don't draw well? No problem.  πŸ˜€

AutoDraw started as an AI experiment from Google, "simple experiments that let anyone play with artificial intelligence and machine learning in hands-on ways." Check it out because it's pretty cool.  

AutoDraw uses machine learning to guess what you are drawing. 
Using the program is as easy as 1,2,3. 
1. Go to the website or app. 
2. Draw
3. Click share, and you can either copy the link or download the drawing.  
You can add shapes,text and color to your drawing. Need help? Check out the How-To tutorials.  
AutoDraw is not only a website, but is also an app. This program or website can be used on any device. And better yet, there's no log in required. 

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Share a Presentation in Google Hangouts

Tech Tip Tuesday

Once again, Google has made it simple and easy. I would recommend adding the Google Hangouts Extension. It makes it super easy for students to connect with other students. 

1. Open Google Drive.
2. Select and open the necessary Google Slide Presentation. 
3. Open Google Hangouts. 
4. Click the Share screen button.
5. Choose how you would like to share: Entire Screen or Application Window. 
6. When you are ready to Stop Presenting, click the Stop button. 

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Big Learning with the Library of Congress

Website Wednesday

I came across this gem while organizing my bookmarks in Chrome. I had forgotten about all the lesson ideas and activities that this website has to offer. 

The Library of Congress has so much to offer students and teachers. Once at the website, navigate to the Teacher tab.

Within the Teacher tab you can find:

  • classroom materials
  • lesson plans
  • activities 
All tied to K-12 Texas TEKs for Language Arts, Social Studies, and Technology.

  • Professional Development opportunities
  • Primary Sources and how to use with students *This one is awesome. 
  • News Articles Archive
  • Events

And this is in addition to the Library of Congress' digital collection and many other resources. 

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Navigating Tips for a Chromebook

Tech Tip Tuesday

Chromebooks are a wonderful tool for the classroom. In appearance, they look a lot like a laptop, but if you look close there are some differences. Here's a few tips to help you and your students navigate while working on a Chromebook.

To Move the Pointer: Move one finger across the touchpad. 

To Select/To Left Click: Tap the the touchpad with one finger. 

To Right-Click: Tap the touchpad with two fingers or hold down the ALT. key while tapping once on the touchpad. 

To Scroll: Move two fingers up and down the touchpad to scroll vertically and left and right to scroll horizontally. 

Move between Open Tabs: Swipe three fingers back left or right to move between all open windows. 

Drag and Drop: Click and hold down the item you want to move with one finger. With a second finger, move the item. Release both fingers to drop the item at its new location.

Take a Screenshot: 

Toggle Caps Lock Off and On: 

Delete Key: 

If you have a tip, please share it in the comment box. 

Monday, April 24, 2017

Interactive Whiteboard Apps:Show What You Know

Mobile App Monday

Let students show what they know with these 4 easy-to-use interactive whiteboard iPad apps.

All of the whiteboard apps gives students the ability to: 
  • Record what is happening on the app 
  • Record Narration
  • Add images and graphics
  • Draw
  • Format text
  • Share with others

Explain Everything: While it does have a price tag of $4.99, it is one of our favorites. You can check it out for free for 30 days. Read about all the cool things this app has to offer from a past blog post: A Fun Way to Explain Everything

Doceri: Students can easily screencast record one or several slides and then load to their Google Drive. Teachers can easily screencast record lessons on one or several slides and then load to their Google Drive or their SAISD YouTube Channel. 

IPEVO: I think math teachers will love the tools that come with this app. Read all about it from a past blog post: Free Interactive Whiteboard App for iPads 

Educreations:  Explain any concept with this simple and fun interactive whiteboard. Students can create instructional videos and share with others instantly. *This app does have an $11.99 monthly fee that is required if students want to take the video out of educreation. Teachers can log-in for free with their SAISD GSuite account and send the video to Google Classroom. 

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Free Templates for Google Slides

Website Wednesday

In our recent webinar on Google Slides, we learned about a new site that has plenty of free templates for Google Slides: Slides Carnival. And once again it's so easy to use. The hardest part is deciding on which of the many designs to use. I love that each template is editable and has a wide variety of slide styles and layouts to choose from. 
Here's an example: 
To add the slide template, click the Use as a Google Slides Template button. The template will open up in Google Slides. Next, click on the Add to my Drive icon. Begin using. 

Choose designs from the following categories:
  • Formal
  • Inspirational
  • Creative
  • Simple
  • Startup
  • Elegant
  • Playful
  • Business
So for your next presentation, WOW them all with slide templates from Slide Carnival.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

I can put Google Draw where?

Tech Tip Tuesday

Laura recently  had a webinar showing all the cool things that teachers and students can do in Google Drawings. She shared ways to create posters, graphic organizers, and interactive activities. But did you know that you can quickly and easily move the entire drawing into a doc or a slide? Here's how: 

1. Begin by opening Google Drawings and creating your graphic organizer, activity, poster, etc. 

2. Click Edit>Web Clipboard>Copy entire drawing to web Clipboard. 
3. Open a Google Doc or Google Slide. 
4. Click Edit>Web Clipboard> Drawing *If more than one is listed, it will show a preview as you hover. 
And PRESTO! Your drawing has been added. 

*FYI: That above interactive math template can easily be made in Google Slides. We will share how to do that in next week's blog.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Repost: Custom Graphics with Canva

Website Wednesday

Canva is a website (and an app) that helps you create beautiful graphics to use in social media, slide shows, blog posts, documents and more.

You can also log in with your Google account so that makes it easy to remember your user information. :)

From the website, just select the type of graphic you want to create - it's ok if you don't see the exact thing you are looking for, you can do a custom size graphic as well. Also remember, just because it says social media as the graphic type don't let if fool you. You can still use that graphic for many things. Click the + sign to see more graphics options. Finally, there are free tools and paid tools. I've never paid for a graphic, but if I need to, they are very inexpensive. I encourage you to take a look at this site - you won't be sorry.

Want to see Canva in action? Join us today at 4 PM for our EdTech Talks webinar. Laura will guide you through the set-up and all the cool features that Canva has to offer. Begin today designing professional quality graphics. 

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Keyboard Shortcuts for YouTube

Tech Tip Tuesday

Hope you can join us for our YouTube Webinars today. 

EdTech Talks at 4PM

When you log in and if it asks for an Adobe Connect Add-in, you can find that in the Software Center.

And now here are a few keyboard shortcuts for teachers and students to use when watching a video on YouTube that can enhance the viewing experience. 

Space bar or k key = to start and pause video. 

m key = to mute and unmute the sound

down arrow = to decrease volume

up arrow = to increase volume

c key = to turn Closed Caption on and off

f key = to turn Full Screen Mode on and off

l key or right arrow = jump ahead a few seconds

j key or left arrow = jump back a few seconds

0 = to take you to the beginning of the video

5= to take you to the halfway mark of the video (50%) *This works with the other numbers as well. 

If you or your students use any other keyboard shortcuts when viewing YouTube videos, please share them in the comment section. 

Friday, April 7, 2017

Google Arts and Culture

Forgetful Friday

Driving home yesterday and reflecting over the awesome technology ideas discussed and planned at Alta Loma, I realized that I didn't send out a Website on Wednesday. And now I notice that I missed Monday, too. I apologize to all our Blog readers out there. Better late than never. Right?

This cool tool can be accessed as a mobile app from the itunes store or google play store or from the Google Arts and Culture website. Whether on a screen, big or small, art from over a thousand museums across 70 countries are a click away.

In Projects, pick a topic and immerse yourself in art work, articles, stories, videos, online exhibits and 360 virtual tours. Here's a few that caught my eye:

In Experiments, explore art with machine learning created by coders and artist. 
  • Free Fall uses mathematical formulas to place pieces of art into a 3D environment. *Cannot be used on phones. 
  • T-SNE Map uses Machine Learning algorithms that lets you explore an interactive 3D landscape of art work. *Cannot be used on phones
  • X Degrees of Separation uses Machine Learning to connect 2 random works of art by analyzing features, finding patterns, and creating a chain of art work. 
  • Curator Table lets you search a topic, compare works of art and see how they've evolved over time all in a 3D setting. 
You can also search Arts and Culture by
  • Artists
  • Mediums
  • Art Movements
  • Historical Events
  • Historical Figures
  • Places
Keep up with the latest and greatest that Google Arts and Cultures have to offer at their YouTube Channel.

*This is not a site that I would let younger students just explore on their own. As with all things online, it is always best to preview before allowing access in a classroom. 

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

GSuite Training is SWEET!

Tech Tip Tuesday

While EdTech with Howard and Feck has shared this seriously sweet training tool from Google in their face-to-face trainings and webinars, I couldn't believe that we hadn't blogged about it. Well, wait no longer; here it is.

G Suite Training is an absolutely free must have extension for all Google users. It is interactive training that walks users step by step on how to set-up and use Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, Forms, Drawings, AND Classroom. 
What's great is this tool should already be available for use on the school chromebooks. If you cannot see the extension icon located in the top right- hand corner of a doc, slide, form, drawing, sheet, or classroom, just follow these easy steps to add the extension:

Go to Chrome Web Store>Search: G Suite training> click the blue Add to Chrome Button> Allow for extension to be added> Open a Google App Product and begin training. 

Example of what it will look like once activated in Google Classroom.

Check out all the short interactive training videos offered for Google Classroom
Learning how to use Google Apps like Docs, Slides, Forms, Sheets, Drawings, and Classroom has never been easier for teachers or students.