If you a teacher you will be happy with the list of the best Google tools for classroom teaching and learning. Insider Monkey recently published an article about this topic giving us some very useful tips. In order to make your classes more interesting, or to make your studying more productive and useful, it is almost impossible not to use your computer, tablet or phone. Also, I’m pretty much sure that you use even one of the numerous Google apps for education. If not, you definitely use Google Chrome to search for some relevant information, books or data, right? We are all more than thankful for this amazing Internet miracle. All in all, the school year is at its very beginning, so it’s never too late to learn something new and improve your teaching and learning process.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the best Google tools for classroom teaching and learning.
The first one is Google Calendar. If you have troubles to organize your time or you simply have a lot of things to do, Google Calendar may be of a huge help. No matter whether you are a student or a teacher, the good time management is the essence of the successful teaching and learning process. Because only when you know everything is well organized, you can relax and fully participate and devote to your classes. The second tool is Google CS First. If you didn’t know it by now, the shortcut CS stands for the computer science. This program is more than great for students aged 9 to 14. Teachers who teach these grades should definitely consider using this tool since computer science is the future. You don’t need to be an IT expert to start teaching this to your students, but a teacher who is willing to teach something that children will have use of, for the rest of their lives. At last, but not least we ahould mention Google Earth. This tool, among the other best Google tools for classroom teaching and learning, may be used for various classes, starting from science, geography, to language learning while watching certain parts of the Earth. And, the best thing is that it is not limited to the Earth, but you can go and check out the Moon and Mars, for example, and discuss the technology, space, or whatever else you may think of. There is a lot of material, you just need to use your creativity.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 best Google tools for classroom teaching and learning