Sometimes the simplest features can be the lifesavers! Today’s tip is no different.

Have you ever had a list of names or other data that need split? In my example, I have a roster of students’ full names. This is not ideal, because I’d like to have them split by first and last so I can sort and perform other operations.

Previously, you would have to use something like the Power Tools add-on. I LOVED this add-on, but alas, it’s no longer free. But don’t fret… because this feature is now built-in to Google Sheets! read more

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Do you want to LEARN and SHARE together? Do you want to reignite your PASSION for teaching? Are you interested in trying NEW things? If you answered “Yes!” to one or all of these questions, join NwOESC and NWOCA at Edcamp on Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 7:30 a.m. – 12:40 p.m. at NwOESC/NWOCA.

Edcamp is an educator-driven and educator-led free conference. The session topics will be created on the day of the event; by YOU, the participant! Participants “build” the conference schedule by posting topics on session boards. read more

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Late this summer, Google Classroom entered a public beta phase with a bunch of new changes. Last week, these changes went live to everyone. There are some major workflow changes that will occur as part of the new Google Classroom. This tech tip (which is longer than many of the others we will do) will introduce you to some of the changes that have occurred over the summer. Clicking on a screenshot will open it in a larger window.

The Google Classroom updates were designed to help teachers save time and spark creativity in their students. There are several changes: read more

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