Teach students to travel by computer and share their trip with others. Check out some of the tools and apps that can help.
Google Arts and Culture
Google Arts and Culture allows students to explore art via VR, high-definition 360 photography, and Street View.
G Suite for Education
G Suite for Education productivity tools help students and teachers interact seamlessly across devices and locations.
WeVideo is a video editing platform that supports multimedia, screencasting, green screen, voice recording, and student collaboration.
Google Earth empowers students to explore the four corners of the world right from their browsers.
Expeditions allows teachers to take students on immersive journeys with Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.
Collaborate, communicate, and manage classwork without paper. Here are some of the many apps that keep everyone connected.
Classroom helps students organize their work, complete and turn in assignments, and communicate directly with teachers and peers.
Padlet works like a sheet of paper where students can post anything (images, videos, documents, text) and collaborate with others.
ItsLearning is a learning management system (LMS) that seamlessly connects students and teachers to ideas, passions, and each other.
Bring experiments and math equations to life in 3D, AR, and VR with Chromebook tools and apps like these.
GeoGebra is a graphing tool that allows students to solve equations, graph functions, analyze data, and explore 3D math.
Dremel DigiLab 3D printers and laser cutter enable students to turn their online 3D models into reality.
Autodesk Tinkercad allows students to design 3D objects and 3D print or laser cut their creations.
Help students keep pace with classmates when they’re not in school. Here are some of the many apps that keep everyone connected.
TeachMe creates innovative games and apps that combine learning with a sense of fun.
Remind allows teachers reach and engage with every family in the school community.
Enhance student confidence with apps that offer online reading, recording, and individualized feedback. Below are six of the many apps and tools than can help.
Texthelp Fluency Tutor
Texthelp Fluency Tutor allows students to record audio in order to self-reflect on reading skills while accessing scaffolded reading supports.
Newsela offers digital reading experiences that are differentiated, with high-interest texts that are organized by content area and aligned to curricula.
Texthelp Read and Write
Texthelp Read & Write helps students who need additional help with reading, writing, research, and studying in any subject.
Epic! is a digital library of over 25,000 interactive books for students aged 12 & under and is free for teachers and librarians.
DOGOnews empowers students to engage with current events, news, and non-fictional content in a fun, safe, and social environment.
Employ classroom tools that go beyond pen and paper. Here are some of the apps and tools that can help.
Google Forms can help teachers create quizzes that grade themselves, enabling quick feedback.
Quizizz supports Google sign in and Google Classroom integrations. All the data from Quizizz is automatically synced on Google Classroom.
Edulastic offers teachers technology-enhanced assessments to show who’s on track and who needs help.
Address educational data issues with secure cloud-based platforms. Check out some of the tools and apps that can help.
Lightspeed Systems allows educators to control online safety and security for the whole class.
LumApps centralizes teachers' school communications and educational content, including G Suite, Google Classroom and social collaboration.
Amplified Labs offers educators tools that help Google for Education schools work smarter.
Add ‘Arts’ to your STEM curriculum. Explore some of the apps and tools that can help you do it.
littleBits is a platform of easy-to-use electronic building blocks empowering students to create inventions, large and small.
Science Journal enables students to use sensors to capture and record data about the world around them.
CS First seeks to improve access to computer science education and engage students with dozens of online coding projects.
LEGO Education brings the power of physical bricks, motors, and robotics to STEM classrooms through standards-aligned curriculum.
Made with Code
Made With Code helps teen girls engage with science and technology by providing creative coding projects.
Create videos in locations around the world. These are some of the apps and tools that make it easy.
Stylus for Chromebook
Stylus for Chromebook helps enhance motor skills used in writing and drawing, while teaching essential computer literacy.
Tour Creator helps students build immersive 360° tours from a web browser and share them to any device.
Discover different approaches to teaching with new kinds of screens, and new ways for students to interact with them. Find some of the apps and tools below.
Jamboard app gives students a collaborative Jamboard experience on all digital devices.
Google Keep helps students capture thoughts with notes, lists, photos, and audio.
Classroom helps teachers grade and comment on class assignments with the mobile annotations feature.
EquatIO helps teachers make math digital by adding equations, formulas, and graphs to G Suite for Education.
Encourage students to share presentations created with video, voice, music, words, and photography. Discover five of the many apps below.
Cast for Education
Cast for Education allows students to share screens with the entire class in real time.
Adobe Spark is a suite of tools enabling students to create graphics, videos, and web pages.
Soundtrap enables students to build communication skills through collaborative podcast and music creation.
Scrible is a research tool that enables students to tag, annotate, and save online sources while automatically extracting citations and creating bibliographies.
Help students code projects and share their creations with the whole class. Check out some of the apps and tools that can get you started.
Labster empowers and engages STEM students with virtual laboratory simulations.
Tynker enables everyone from beginners to advanced programmers to code with intuitive, interest-based activities.
Jumpstart any class with 360-degree photos, interactive slide presentations, big-screen collaboration, and 3D printing. Here are some tools and apps to help you.
Jamboard is a digital collaborative whiteboard that helps bring your classroom ideas to life.
Nearpod allows educators to say goodbye to using multiple tools to present by combining Google Slides, multimedia like YouTube videos, and formative assessments all within one learning platform.
Discover new ways to spark active, class-wide collaborations with tools and apps like the ones below.
Explain Everything allows students to animate their thinking on an infinitely interactive and collaborative whiteboard.
Help students advance in science, technology, engineering, and math. These are some of the apps and tools that can get you started.
Google Sheets Explore Function
Google Sheets Explore function provides students and educators an overview of data, from informative summaries to a selection of pre-populated charts.
Matific makes teaching K-6 math easy, with activities fully mapped to textbooks and curriculum standards.
Help administrators analyze data and gather useful learnings to increase impact in the classroom. Here are some of the tools and apps that can make it happen.
G Suite Enterprise for Education
G Suite Enterprise for Education gives educational institutions a set of apps to manage their entire organization with enterprise-grade communication tools.
Illuminate Education enables teachers create assessments, report cards, gradebooks, data analysis, and parent communication on a single platform.
Hapara helps schools facilitate the shift to digital learning by making it easier to view and manage learner work in the cloud.
Pear Deck allows teachers to infuse presentations with formative assessments and interactive questions, which enables them to gauge student understanding in real time.
Blocksi enables cloud, web and YouTube filtering for G Suite-managed Chromebooks and Chrome clients.
LearnMetrics is a flexible data toolkit to help manage education data sets.
Finalsite is a digital marketing and communications platform for schools and districts.
Let us know more about your interests.
I am interested in: *
Productivity tools—G Suite for Education
Google Cloud Platform