FormRanger: Setting Limits to responses in a Google Form

Hey everyone!

Sorry for being away for so long. I’m doing my best to maintain this page with new and exciting things in G Suite for Education.

There’s a ton of new stuff, and some new tricks that I hope to show you as well.

Which brings me to this post.

I have been administering PA Day registrations for my school board for a while now using Google Forms. It was until recently that I came across a great video that helps manage the number of times Google Form respondents can select from a provided list of options – in my case, sessions.

I modified one important thing that JZ Prezzavento did; rather than update the options list with a ‘FULL’, I modified the formula so that the session is removed completely from the list! That way, people wouldn’t be able to choose an option with the title FULL, which respondents can technically do.

FormRanger: Setting Limits to responses in a Google Form

What’s New in Google Classroom for 2018 – Part 1

Hi everyone and welcome to the 2018 school year!

Below are a couple of short videos going over some of the changes that Google Classroom has update to.

What’s New In Google Classroom 2018 – Overview

What’s New In Google Classroom 2018 – Topics


I will be adding more videos that will go over changes that Classroom and other G Suite tools have recently gone through.

Stay tuned!

Fancy New Google Sheets Features!


You can add checkboxes to cells in a spreadsheet. Use checkboxes for many purposes, like to track a project, take attendance, and check off your to-do list.

For more information, visit the official Docs Editor Help page.


You can save time by automating repetitive tasks with macros.

For more information, visit the official Google Docs Editor Help page.

Even More!

For even more information on the latest updates with Sheets, visit the G Suite Updates Blog post here.

Featured Hour of Code Activity: Create your own Google Logo

The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries.

Anyone, anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event.

One-hour tutorials are available in over 45 languages. No experience needed.

Ages 4 to 104.

This year, would like to share with you that there’s an awesome Hour of Code activity for students to Create your own Google logo!

This activity is provided through the CS First with Google program, which is one of many initiatives at Google focused on improving access to computer science in education.

For a link the to the teacher resource page for this activity, packed with full lesson plans, information flyers and certificates for completion, click on the link below.

Create your own Google logo – Teacher Resources



Google Classroom now available for all!

Google Classroom is now available to users without G Suite for Education accounts. Teachers and students in many different environments can now teach or attend classes, manage assignments and instantly collaborate—all with their personal Google accounts.

G Suite for Education administrators will see updated Classroom settings that give them new controls over who can join their classes from personal Google accounts or from other G Suite for Education domains. This update gives schools more flexibility in how they collaborate with other organizations and students: For example, student teachers or visiting students can now easily integrate into their host school or university’s Classroom set-up.

To learn more about this, visit the Google for Education official blog post.