Tech Guides / Shortcuts
All work is shared through google docs and gmail. Your Century universal log in and password work in this program. Your teacher will respond to all work posted through this tool.** Google docs allows you to link any picture, video, article that you find by highlighting a word on your document and clicking on the link tool. You now control what you want people to think and see when they read your work.
Google Cheat Sheets By Kasey Bell
Google Drive Cheat Sheet p. 4-6
Google Docs Cheat Sheet p. 7-10
Google Forms Cheat Sheet p. 11-14
Google Slides Cheat Sheet p. 15-18
Google Sheets Cheat Sheet p. 19-22
Google Drawings Cheat Sheet p. 23-26
Google Drive for iOS Cheat Sheet p. 27-29
Google Chrome Cheat Sheet p. 30-32
Google Classroom Student Guide by Kasey Bell
PowToon Quickstart Guide ( Tutorial videos)
glogster_cheat_sheet (make posters and you can add music) lets students create interactive media presentations. This tools is perfect for connecting with real world audiences and showcasing student work.
Vocaroo (Vocaroo is another web based tool that allows users to easily make audio recordings and share them with others. Vocaroo does not even require a sign-up and to start recording your audio, just head over to Vocaroo main page, click on record and there you go. Audio recording made by Vocaroo can be downloaded or shared using an embed code.)
paperrater.com: it will grade your paper and show you your mistakes; set it for 9th grade to get a score.
WeVideo Cheat Sheet ( WeVideo makes video editing easy for everyone and accessible from anywhere.)
DocHub (Securely edit, fax and sign PDF and Word documents for free. Fill forms. Merge documents and reorder pages. Create templates. Go to Chrome Store and add to your chrome apps)
GeoGuessr (Embark on a journey that takes you all over the world. From the most desolate roads in Australia to the busy, bustling streets of New York City.)
Incognito Mode (Incognito mode is a way to privately browse the web. You are not automatically logged into any applications, and none of your browsing history is stored.)
Storyboard That Cheat Sheet (Students can create storyboards and graphic organizers on the web
Thinglink (With this app teachers and students can layer information on top of any image that they like – making interactive images. They might find a primary source document and add questions for students to answer, or ask students to snap a picture of a text and add text, video, and links to bring a sentence to life. SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM THINKLINK GUIDE ABOVE)
Timeline JS ( Timeline Maker)
Timeglider ( Timeline Maker)