Many schools have gone to Google Apps for Education for staff and, in many cases, students. The Google Apps suite provides mail, calendars, websites, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation tools, image editing, document/multimedia storage, etc. What more could we need? Yet, there are hundreds of add-ons and extensions for Google Apps available in the the Google Apps Marketplace. For those of you using any of these extensions, which do you consider "must-have" in your Google toolkit. Share your ideas here and tell us how they are useful in teaching and learning.
All three are great extensions for the Chrome web browser, thanks for sharing, Ouida. You can find even more Chrome extensions at: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/home for those of you using the Googe Chrome browser or even a Chromebook.
I think Evernote may even have a Google Apps add-on that integrates it with the Google Calendar.
I am part of the Technology Department at my district. In our department we use Google Apps for keeping documentation for our projects. We have learned the value of having multiple people working on a document at once and collaborating together.
I am a technology trainer for the teachers as well. Many of my teachers use Google Forms for short assessments. While looking for a way to score the spreadsheet, I ran across Flubaroo Flubaroo Overview - Welcome to Flubaroo. This is a handy resource for scoring.