Google Apps


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Google Docs
An app which allows you to create letters, documents, stories, similar to Microsoft Word.
Google Sheets
An app which allows you to create tables, store data, create graphs, similar to Microsoft Excel.
Google Slides
An app which allows you to create presentations, similar to Microsoft Powerpoint.
Google Forms
An app which allows you to create quizzes or surveys which will prepare and give you the feedback or results.
To move a file from the computer to the internet.
To move a file from the internet to your computer.
Google Drawings
An app which allows you to create drawings, diagrams, and charts.
Google's web-based email service.
Google Drive
Google's cloud storage platform that allows users to store, access and share files from any device at any time.
Google Calendar
Google's time management web application that allows users to share and create events and schedules with others.
Google Classroom
A way to interact with your students quickly, paperless, and anywhere, anytime.
Google Translate
A way for students to overcome language barriers within your subject area.
Google Sites
You can collaboratively create engaging, high-quality web addresses for your team, project or event.
Google Maps
You can find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions with this site.
Google News
It displays comprehensive up-to-date news coverage, aggregated from sources all over the world.
Google Photos
With this app, all your photos are backed up safely, organized and labeled automatically, so you can find them fast, and share them how you like.
Google YouTube
You can watch videos about products, technology, company happenings and more.
Google Earth
You can explore the world from your computer in a 3D view of the world.
Google Web Search
You can search billion of websites.
Google Chrome
It is a fast, secure, and free web browser built for the modern web.
Typing Agent
A K-8 differentiated and individualized online keyboarding program.
An online financial education platform designed to help students learn by doing exposing them to real-life adult dilemmas, from taming a budget and paying auto insurance to navigating taxes.
Google Interland
In this imaginary world, kids combat hackers, phishers, oversharers and bullies, practicing the skills they need to be good digital citizens.
A media literacy program to equip students with the tools to evaluate and interpret the news and learn how to determine what information to trust, share and act on.
Break Out Edu
Games in which players work collaboratively to solve a series of critical thinking puzzles in order to open a "locked box".

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