If you only use Chrome to surf the web, you have yet to unleash its full potential. Chrome extensions can make both the life of a teacher and student easier. Extensions are usually free and available in the Chrome[…]
It was only a few years ago that Google was one thing: a search engine. The idea of it being a computer in the classroom was unheard of--this was Microsoft and Apple’s domain. Flash-forward a few years and Google has gone from being in zero schools to over 50% of all schools in the country. This[…]
Everywhere you look in schools, you see Google; millions of students rely on Google’s suite of tools (including Google Docs, Sheets and Slides), over 25 million have Chromebooks, 30 million use Google Classroom, and more than 80 million are using G Suite for Education. It’s no wonder why so many[…]
PowerPoint used to be the king of the presentation world. Google changed all of this when they announced their presentation tool called Slides, which, in addition to being entirely cloud-based also is free.
Finance jobs are growing. How fast? According to the Bureau of Labor, between 2016 and 2026, jobs in the industry will increase by 10%. High schools offer business-related courses to teach students what they can expect in the workforce, but schools that want to help their students have an edge as[…]