Top TenGoogleTips for TeachersMolly Wilson
Save time when emailing parents and fellow teachers by saving common replies as Canned Responses
#9Never Forgetto Attach a FileForgotten Attachment Detector notifies you if you have mentioned an attachment in the body of an email and try to send it without the actual attachment.
#8Save webpages as PDFs
This bookmarklet lets you save any webpage as a PDFs - a perfect backup for those days when the server is down
#7Create Graphs from SpreadsheetsDisplay student information in pie, bar, line and scatter graphs by using Google docs spreadsheets- great for data chat presentations and student projects
#6Google ScholarSpecify Google searches to only yield results from academic literature-Help students find reliable resources when researching
#5PicasaCreate web albums of class events and happenings-Share pics with parents and faculty through email invitations
#4Google SketchUpEasily draw and manipulate 3D figures-Adds dimension to any geometry lesson
#3Google Earth 5View the galaxy, ocean floor, shipwrecks, cities and terrain all in 3D-Travel the world without leaving your classroom
#2Add video to your presentationsEnhance your lessons by easily adding video through Google docs-Take one-on-one instruction to a whole new level
#1Google Wave-Communicate in real-time to collaborate with colleagues.-Share videos, photos, maps and more while editing documents.-See your revisions take place through live messaging
-Students and Teachers can work across the globe from within the classroom!