Introducing: Endnote Generator Add On

A year ago, I posted a script which converts footnotes in a Google Doc into endnotes. I've gotten great comments and feedback and have made the standalone script better, which is still available. The Endnote Generator Add-On is now available in the Chrome Web Store for Docs. Install it once and you'll be able toRead More

Quickly Make Bulletin Board Words

Marc Seigel is always doing great things in his classroom and he tweeted out a great picture of a bulletin board that now lives at the front of his room. My new bulletin board at the front of the #roomofawesome No more boring announcement board. Now positive messages are what the students will see everyRead More

QR Codes Everywhere

In my continuing effort to make things more available for students, I've started rearranging my Google Drive files. I've realized that thinking of Drive as a traditional file system isn't as effective as using it more like a topical organizer and then power searching for quick results. Because of this change in mindset, I'm gettingRead More

Making Endnotes from Footnotes

Update 12.22.2016 Since this has become quite a popular script, I've converted it into a Google Docs Add On so it can be used across documents. Check out the blog post or the Endnote Generator website for more information. Update 8.27.2016 As Phil noted in the comments, the script didn't format anything over two digitsRead More

Student Rubrics with Google Forms and docappender

Every other month, we give students an argumentative writing prompt which is then scored against a standard rubric. One of our school goals is to improve the quality of writing from our students, so we teach them not only the content, but how to make a good argument. Using things like facts along with applicationRead More