Shameless Plug: I have created an aesthetically appealing lesson planner already. If you want to save even more time, and receive additional pointers on how to properly utilize a digital lesson planner, I’ve got you covered! If you favor Etsy, it’s here. If you like TpT, it’s here! A few years back, I decided toContinue reading “Saving Hours Upon Hours with Digital Lesson Plans”
The first time I used Google Forms, I didn’t really know what I was doing. I basically saw a purple rectangle in the G-Suite and said, “Cool! I like purple! What does this do..?” Turns out, there are some really awesome features in Google Forms that can fill a virtual need in a classroom: inContinue reading “3 Pros and Tips for Google Forms”
Google Slides, simply put, is probably my favorite Google app in relation to the educational world.
A couple of weeks ago, I talked about Google Classroom and some of the tricks I’ve developed. If you’re interested, check it out here. Google Docs Google Docs is a simple writing platform that can be used for many things. In the education world, Docs is most commonly used for creating plans/schedules, taking notes, orContinue reading “Three Easy Ways To Use Google Docs”
A few months ago, I doubt the general populace knew what a “Google Classroom” was. If you surveyed some civilians at Huntington Beach and asked what they thought a Google Classroom was a year ago, I bet you would have gotten some interesting answers. But now, thanks to COVID-19, Google Classroom has become as commonContinue reading “Mr. Graham’s Take On Google Classroom”
A love story (with 5 Steps to Organizing your Google Drive), by Mr. Graham. Since “Mr. Graham’s Easy Classroom” is supposed to be a “Tips and Tricks” website/blog/resource, I’d like to give my first “recommendation” in the world of technology and education. I want to open with communicating that much of the digital help I’llContinue reading “Organize Your Google Drive, Change Your Life.”