Consider piloting Google Bard as your personal assistant at the classroom, school or district level. It will save you time and spark new ideas.
Commit to using the new Practice Sets feature in Google Classroom as a way to efficiently assess students and inform future instruction.
Mark up Google Slides with the new annotation feature. This will be very useful for you and your students.
Leverage the recently released Timelapse feature within Google Earth to view how places around the world have changed over the years.
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Promote the use of IOS Google Apps with colleagues and students. One particular, the Google App contains the Google Lens feature which can spark creativity.
Continue to put yourself, students and staff in public speaking opportunities while using Google tools. Leveraging Slides, Sites and Meet for in-person and online presentations can do wonders for all involved.
Collaborate with colleagues or put students in a situation where they can collaborate on Jamboard.
Take advantage of the appointment slots feature on Google Calendar to let people know when you are available.