Google Sheets

Advice on using Google Sheets in the classroom. Includes tips for using Google Sheets to organize, graph, and calculate data. Analyze survey results, business operations data, personal finance budget, and more.

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Launch a Business Venture with Your Students

Are you a teacher using Google Apps or Microsoft Office? Are you looking for an engaging and authentic computer project to inspire your students? Just this week, TechnoKids announced the most recent technology project designed for Google Apps for Education and Microsoft Office: TechnoRestaurateur, a unique integrated project that uses Google Sheets, Google Docs, and …

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Spreadsheets for Beginners

When kids enjoy math and are engaged, they learn skills more effectively. Finding a project where students are both having fun and building proficiency in mathematics is a bonus. The newest release by TechnoKids Inc., TechnoCandy, fits the bill perfectly! In this technology project, elementary and middle school students acquire math skills as they learn …

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Hook Students with TechnoBudget and Google Sheets

You have received an unexpected windfall of money. How are you going to spend it? How much will you save? This is the introductory premise for students in TechnoBudget, TechnoKids’ most recent release in the Google Apps for Education series of computer projects. Building student interest in learning spreadsheet skills may be a challenge. But …

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Use Google Forms to Make a Pivot Chart

You can make a pivot chart to manipulate data collected from a Google Form survey or questionnaire. This is an excellent way to compare groups by using a bar graph. Follow the step-by-step instructions to make your own using existing data collected. If you are using Google Forms with your students, you have likely read …

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