FCPS has had a Google domain now for over a year. All students and staff have accounts and can use Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Classroom, etc… We also have many schools now using Chromebooks too. One feature I haven’t Continue reading Google+ Communities Can Be a Great Collaboration Tool
Wow, it’s the middle of April already! Where has this year gone? So many plans and dreams along with a few bumps in the road for this year and it’s almost at an end. Thankfully the sun and spring have Continue reading Spring Musings
Exporting grades allows the teacher to see the grades for all students in a class at one time. You can choose to download all of the grades from one assignment or every grade from every assignment. This feature was added in Continue reading Google Classroom: Exporting Grades
Often when I write each month, my topics are inspired by the projects I’ve been working on, the learning I’ve seen take place in classrooms and the conversations and work that are taking place across the district. Somewhat unexpectedly, the Continue reading The Paperless Classroom – A Dream or a Reality?
Bummed out about some old Server 2003 servers being unplugged over the summer? Yes, it was definitely annoying for some, but end of life had been reached and Microsoft would no longer support them. For crying out loud! They were Continue reading Missing FrontPage, Are You? Well, Don’t Fret! Back to the Future We Go!
You hopefully already know that all FCPS employees and students have access to several Google tools using their FCPS email address and password. This includes Google Drive with unlimited storage, Google Classroom, Google Sites, and Google Calendar to name a Continue reading Sharing a Google Calendar for use in your Website or Blog
After many requests and waiting on Google, Microsoft and KDE to work out login issues, I am pleased to announce that Google Apps for Education is here! Earlier this month, we began the process of creating a Google account for Continue reading Can you Google? Yes You Can!