Building a Custom Registration Form with Google Apps

One of the main responsibilities my team has is offering and running training on a number of resources teachers in the district have access to. The most popular, because of their new-ness, are Google Apps (GSuite...whatever) and Canvas. Because we offer so many workshops, our Drive is full of copies of copies of copies ofRead More

Easily Filter Large Data Sets in Google Sheets

I use Google Sheets in my classroom a lot. I used to rely on combinations of the vlookup, importrange, and index/match functions to get information, but I've recently switched to using if and filter to return arrays of information from master spreadsheets. Using filter is nice because it takes multiple conditions and you can setRead More

Quickly Format Articles for Annotations

We're working very hard with students on annotating articles in preparation for the new state test sections. The goal is to help them find pertinent information in multiple texts which can be used to construct thorough written responses. We have a standard format...circling unknown words, underlining main ideas, etc, which help students transfer the skillRead More

Getting the Axes Right in Google Sheets

I think I finally figured it out. Getting charts and graphs created in Google Sheets (or Excel for that matter) has always been somewhat of a wrestling match between what I want the software to do and what the software thinks I want it to do. Predictive and suggestion-based user interface is nice, but notRead More

How To: See Any Site as it Appears on Mobile

I was working on a Chrome Extension (feel free to download and use it) this evening and I noticed something awesome. If you right click on a webpage in Chrome, one option in the menu is "Inspect Element." It shows a lot of programming mumbo jumbo which is extremely useful in programming, but not necessarilyRead More