Google Drive

Google Drive is a cloud service that stores and synchronizes files from multiple devices. It is used by schools to manage teacher and student work. It provides access to apps such as Docs, Sheets, or Slides. It also simplifies collaboration by sharing documents to view or edit in real time. Discover how it can be used to support learning.

Google Drive for Desktop

Get Google Drive for Desktop to Make Teaching Simple

If your students store their work online, but use Windows devices when in school, an easy solution to synchronize files is Google Drive for Desktop. This simple installation will sync a PC to Google Drive, allowing content to be accessible. Now students can quickly view, open, or save files into their Google Drive. Google Drive …

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How to Download to Google Drive on a Windows Device

Do you want to know how to download to Google Drive on a Windows device? You are not alone. Teachers want things to be simple. No extra steps! In many schools it is common for students and teachers to have different devices. Often a teacher will have a Windows device, but students will be using …

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How to Share TechnoKids Files Using Google Drive

At TechnoKids, we’re often asked how our templates, samples, or workbook files can be shared with students. One common option is to use Google Drive. The only prerequisite is that each student must have an individual Gmail account. Before getting started it is important to refer to your site license agreement. TechnoKids files cannot be …

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Explore Tool in G Suite for Education

Google Apps for Education recently announced that it will now be known as G Suite for Education. Along with the rebranding, some other updates were made. Most notable for teachers, the Research Tool has been eliminated and replaced by the Explore Tool, which has some benefits and but also a significant shortcoming. First, the bad …

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