Google Certified Educator Level 1 Checklist with Video Tutorials!

Would you like to be a Google Certified Educator?

Do you want to add the Google skills you’re missing without having to ask a student for help?

Do you like organized lists?

If you said “YES” to any of those three questions, you’re in luck!

I took the incredible checklists created by Sir Eric Curts on the skills necessary to become a Google Certified Educator Level 1 and made video tutorials for every single skill!

Even if you don’t want to become a Google Certified Educator, it’s still a great chunk of tutorials if you ever hit a snag using Google for Education!

Link to the Google Doc of the checklist with video links

Or….my website link in case you are disgusted by Google Docs (but want to learn more about them)

Please forward this to anyone you think it might help!

(if you’d like to subscribe to the YouTube where all of these are housed, you should do that!)

Last thing, if you’re a fan of redundancy, or just like southern accents, here’s me saying the same thing in video format!

Thanks for your attention!

PS All these resources are FREE, but you can always click here to help us make more videos to help more teachers and students in the future!

Make Drive Available Offline // Google Drive

So you don't have Internet at home. Or maybe your students don't have Internet at home. 

This solves the problem of not being able to work on stuff outside of Wifi. 

It's like 3 clicks. 

However, Google Classroom is not available outside of the Internet. 

Make sure you either screenshot it or make sure it's in your Drive (probably have to open the Doc in classroom for it to generate in Drive).