Google Badges

Google Chrome has so many tools built directly into the browser. Students can use search tips and tricks, bookmarks, extensions, and apps to enhance their learning. 

Google Forms allows you to collect information and organize it with a click of a button. Use Forms to create self-grading quizzes, collect parent contact info, or ballots for elections. 

A Hyperdoc is a collaborative digital lesson that allows for student exploration, choice, and creativity. It helps facilitate student collaboration and is personalized and engaging.  

Google Hangouts enables students to connect with anyone in the world virtually. It makes video conferencing very easy. All you need is a computer, tablet, or phone with a camera and microphone.

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Google Drive Power User is a badge for educators who uses Google Drive daily. Are you a pro at sharing documents and creating folders to organize your billion files on your Drive? This badge is for you! 

Google Drive is your online space for creating, storing, and collaborating on documents in the cloud. Access your Google Drive from anywhere and store as much as you would like. Share documents instantly with students and colleagues.

Google Classroom allows you to communicate, collaborate, assign student work, and create a paperless classroom. Push out forms, links, videos, and other attachments to students quickly and efficiently. 

Google Slides is a presentation tool that allows students to collaborate in real-time while creating a multimedia presentation. Students can import video, audio, links, pictures, and other media into a Slides deck. Changes are saved automatically, and a Google Slides deck can be accessed from any device anywhere.

Google Drawings enables students to create a variety of different graphics or templates on a blank canvas. You can import images, add text and/or shapes, or insert hyperlinks in one place. The possibilities are endless!

Google Docs is a word processing program that students can access from anywhere. Changes are saved automatically, and students can collaborate with teachers or each other in a single document in real-time. 

Google Keep allows you to create, share, and collaborate with students on notes and lists. You can capture ideas with your voice, add images to notes, check tasks off of a to-do list, & much more.

Google Sites allows you to create a simple, eye-catching website with easy-to-use drag and drop elements. You can create multiple pages in a website and add Google content, links, videos, and much more.

Google Sheets allows users to collaborate on spreadsheets at the same time in your browser. It can be used to handle task lists, create project plans, analyze data with charts and filters, and much more. All changes are saved automatically.

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Google Mystery Hangouts connect your classroom to other classrooms around the globe. Students will use clues to communicate with another class to guess their geographic location, objectives they are learning about, or other mystery activities created by the two educators.