Tech From Home
Giving teachers and families the tools and tips they need to help keep students learning.

In this technological world that we live in, it is very important for teachers to be in step with new technologies. This will allow them to better understand their students who are actively browsing the web. Tutors will be able to adapt their teaching methods to their learners’ needs and they will improve their own IT abilities. Every teacher has their own style of teaching, but usually, they try to adjust their approach depending on the learning needs of their students. What are the benefits of e-learning for teachers that impact their style? Regardless of the teacher’s style, it is important to develop a positive attitude, set goals, and establish high expectations for students.

Collaborate anywhere

Co-edit documents, spreadsheets, and presentations in real time

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Share teaching resources online

If you're creating resources other teachers can use, share them on Google Drive.

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Create, share and edit Google Docs

Collaborate in real time with Google Docs, where you can create, edit, share and print documents all in one place.

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Structure your lesson with Google Slides

Google Slides makes your lessons come to life with a variety of presentation themes, embedded video, animations, and more.

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Collaborative, smart, secure spreadsheets

Learn how to use Google Sheets to measure student progress, visualize results quickly, and get inspired by alternative learning models.

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Increase Classroom Engagement

Make learning fun with intuitive writing tools and a responsive display that feel as natural as a traditional whiteboard.

Manage your classroom with ease

Create classes, distribute assignments, give quizzes,send feedback, and see everything in one place

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Support student discussion

Encourage discussion by having students post questions and comments in Google Classroom.

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Create an online quiz with Google Forms

Set and automatically grade quizzes and assessments with Google Forms.

Get content to teach students

Search text, images, audio, video easily with Google Search. Youtube provides the videos and music you like for your subjects. An app that helps in reading and learning new words.

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Explore Google for Education of K-12

Google for Education gives teachers the freedom to spend more time personalizing the learning experience, and less time managing it.

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Livestream your lessons

Livestreaming saves bandwidth on weaker internet connections. Record your lessons and post them in Classroom for students to access later.

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Google’s speech based reading app for kids

To help elementary school students practice their reading skills and stay educationally engaged amid school closures due to coronavirus.

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Google Arts & Culture in the Classroom

Learn how to use this tool in your classroom to expose your students to the greatest art the world has to offer.

Communicate your way

Connect with email, chat, and video conference

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Set up a school-wide email system

Use Gmail to exchange secure emails with your classes.

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Start a video call with your class

With Google Meet you can create video calls and invite your entire class.

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Stay connected with instant messaging

Use Google Chat to stay connected with colleagues. Set up chat groups so you can connect in smaller groups.

Manage all your tasks

Build to-do lists, create task reminders, and schedule meetings

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Pinned Checklists, Custom Image Headers & More

Create a note and use the pin icon in the top right to pin it to the top of the page. This way you’ll be able to easily access your notes.

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Arrange 1:1 time

Set up appointment slots in Google Calendar so students can book individual one-on-ones or group sessions with you.