Weekly post #39 – Co-hosts, watermarks, and leveling up your Soundtrap skills

Google Meet Co-host

Add a co-host to a Google Meet You can now assign co-hosts in a Google Meet. Why would you want to do that? Maybe you are presenting to parents or a large group of students and you want somebody else to take the lead in admitting participants, muting etc. so that you can focus on … Read more

Weekly post #37 – Google Workspace age related changes, Todoist and managing your Chrome tabs

Todoist

Google makes some age related changes Google recently launched a new age-based access setting to make it easier for domain admins to tailor experiences for their students and educators based on age when using Google services like YouTube, Photos and Maps. Since September 1, 2021, students who are under 18 are seeing changes in their … Read more

Weekly post #22 – Badging Google Workspace skills, accessing the Financial Times, Kahoot explainer and some Jamboard

G Suite Skills from Canopy

Four things to check out → Badging digital skills with G Suite Skills from Canopy I have been using G Suite Skills from Canopy with a group of students during Enrichment period and I am impressed. Using Google Classroom you assign the students badges to earn, such as ‘Getting started with Google Drive’ or ‘Next … Read more