62 GarageBand

Record and edit an audio track using Garageband

24 Genius Hour

Get your kids focused on their passion in your content area.  Regularly set aside some time for them to work on a project of their choosing that will deepen their knowledge and desire to learn.  (FREE)
“I have always wanted to try Genius Hour. We are currently in our first GH project. Children have selected to investigate animals, art, baking, plants, weather and construction. I can’t wait to see what they learn and produce!” Kerri Beavers at Lowe

27 Gimkit

Gimkit is a fun new review game designed by a kid for kids.  Gimkit is very similar to the mechanics of popular mobile games everyone plays today.  Students can improve their score by purchasing upgrades to their game with in-game currency they earn by answering questions correctly.  (Costs money as of summer 2020)
“My class loved it. They get really competitive. I like that they can move on to the next question without the wait time like Kahoot has.” Stacy Davis at Southard

83 Geometry Pad

Interactive tablet app for Geometry.  Get students drawing and learning about geometric shapes. (free and paid accounts)

59 Get Shorter

Use a web address shortener, such as bit.ly and tinyurl.com to share a link with your students.  (FREE)   

56 Gallery Walk

Have your students complete a gallery walk, analyzing primary sources, secondary sources, photos, maps, graphs, charts, etc.  and answering questions about them.    (FREE) 

94 GoFormative

Digitally enhance your old worksheets with GoFormative by inserting questions and embedding content to existing documents.  Has Free and paid account types.

12 Google Classroom Setup

Create a Google Classroom section for each of your class periods. (FREE)
“Google Classroom has provided quick and simple access to online assignments and activities.” Cassandra Winkle at Princeton HS

13 Google Classroom Discussion

Post a discussion question in Google Classroom and get your students engaged responding.  (FREE) 
“Went really great after they did a reading that was online. I will use it again because it showed me a quick assessment of what they knew.” Dina D’Onofrio at Southard

17 Google Collaboration

Have students work together to create a Google Doc (Doc, Sheet, Slide, Form) for an assignment. (FREE)
“Great! I had my students work together on researching a Latin American country. They compiled a Google Slides and will turn this in via Google Classroom.” Ryan Kowalewski at Princeton HS

35 Google Docs

Create an original assignment for your students in Google Docs.  (FREE) 
“Allowing students to use Google Docs to turn in essays and short writing assignments is a more beneficial method to assigning homework.”
Dani Balak at Clark

34 Google Drive

Create a few folders in Google drive to organize your files. (FREE)
“Google drive connects almost everything I do in the classroom, as well as to my team and my partner teacher.” Hannah Patty at Lacy

22 Google Expeditions

Explore a location using Google Expeditions and VR goggles or Google Cardboard. (Free Options)

38 Google Forms

Create a Google Form to collect data or feedback from students or parents.    (FREE) 
“I created this form so that I can keep up with tardies in my class along with a QR code.” Diocelina Guillen

55 Google Forms Quiz

 Make your life easier by giving a quiz in Google Forms.  You can set it up to grade it automatically and give students instant feedback and results.  (FREE)

39 Gmail Folders

 Organize your Gmail inbox with folders.  (FREE) 
“This helps keep emails organized since we have more than one grade level in our classroom.” Mrs. Bissell at Lacy

37 Google Sheets

Create a Google Sheet that contains original data you gathered from your students and used for tracking.  (FREE) 
“Google Sheets allows me to organize data for a variety of classroom uses.” Katie Filina at Princeton HS

36 Google Slides

 Create an original presentation for your students using Google Slides.  (FREE) 
“I love google slides. I use it for our warmups so I can share it with ease with my team.” Heather Wood at Clark

15 Green Screen

Use a green screen to place yourself in a unique place that applies to a lesson you are teaching. (Free options and paid available)
“I use the Zing Studio app and I have fun using it with my class” Jennifer Nantz at Smith