Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Save As Doc Add-on

If you use Google Forms for quizzes, surveys, etc. you are going to love Save As Doc. I just used Save As Doc to view the results from a survey. On my survey I had a long answer question. It was very difficult to read the responses in Google Sheets. Once I ran the Save As Doc Add-on in Google Sheets I could easily read all of the survey responses in Google Docs. Below is a short tutorial. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014


Flubaroo is an Add-on that allows you to easily grade multiple choice or fill in the blank questions when using Google Forms. Flubaroo also allows you to easily email grades to students with comments. I created a short video to show you how to use Flubaroo. Or, you can click here for instructions and a 3 minute demo video. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014


Geddit is a free app that you can use in your classroom to check for student understanding in real time. Students can answer multiple choice questions, short answers, polls, math problems, and more. A powerful part of Geddit is the check-in feature. Students can privately (only their teacher can see) check-in as many times as they need to during a lesson to show their understanding. Students can get "Geddit" at the Chrome Web Store. You can go to the Geddit website to create your class now. Below is a beginners video for getting started.

Here are some Geddit resources:
-Chrome Web Store: Geddit
-Poster for check-ins: Poster
-Introduction for students: Intro
-Differentiate with Geddit: Differentiate

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

More Add-Ons for Google Docs...

Here's a short tutorial on how to add a Thesaurus and Tag Cloud Generator to Google Docs. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Creating a Bibliography on Google Docs!

Grades 2-5 are starting to use Google Docs with their students more and more. We are getting more comfortable with using Google Docs in place of Microsoft Word. Today's blog is how to add the EasyBib Bibliography Creator to Google Docs. Your students can all get the Add-On.
Check out the video below...

For more information click here.
Please let me know if you have any questions.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Adding a Hit Counter

Here it is... a quick video tutorial on adding a hit counter to your website.
Also, your feedback is very helpful. Please let me know what you would like me to blog about next. Thanks! :)

Monday, September 1, 2014

Communicating with Twitter

Hello friends! I have already started to get emails from teachers with questions about Twitter. Looks like communicating with families using Twitter was successful and something that many teachers want to continue this year. I am going to share some resources with you to get started with integrating Twitter as a communication tool.

Here's a short tutorial on how to remove followers from last year:

More suggestions and resources...

*Twitter forms for parents: and
You can access these forms on Google and then you can "make a copy" to modify the documents. Hit "file" & then "make a copy". Then you can edit the documents to hand out to parents. This is also something you can show at "Meet the Teacher" night.

*Here are some education hashtags that you may want to include in your tweets or that you may be interested in especially if you use TweetDeckEducation Hashtags
(From Alan November's November Learning)

*Here is a website that allows you to view and print all of your Tweets that you may need for data purposes: All My Tweets

*If you choose to deactivate your account you may want to change the email and username before deactivating. If you do not, you cannot use the email or username for 30 days.

*Have fun creating your new or first Twitter name with your class! The kids enjoy voting on a name and it gets them excited to begin tweeting all of their hard work! Please follow me @AllisonImperio

Hope this post was helpful! Please let me know if you have any questions.