If you have a google form that you would like to use year after year (maybe a test or quiz), check out this great article by Alice Keeler that explains how to do it.
Reusing Google Forms
Edpuzzle and vizia.co are two great online tools that allow you to use youtube, vimeo, or other types of online video, and add your own content to them. Both allow you to create a "tour" where you take a video from a variety of sites and can do things to it that allow you to share with your students. Both sites require you to create an account. Check them out!
Try the new Google Docs Add-On that will take your tests or quizzes made in Google Docs (or uploaded from Microsoft Word, and help transform them into a Google Form. It is not perfect, but can certainly help save some time. While in Docs, just go to Add-Ons, Get add-ons and search "doc to form".
You will probably know some of the things found in this article but will you know all 35 things mentioned?
Nice link to 50 of the best google chrome extensions for teachers.
Great for those Mac users from Best of Gadgets.
15 Mac Tricks That Every Mac User Should Know
Shake up Learning has a nice article on google chrome extensions that can be used with your Google accounts (assuming you use the Chrome Browser.
Storyboard That is a great way for you and students to be able to create quick comics. You can do some very basic things without even signing up for an account. As with most things, you can upgrade your account for more features and images, but that is totally up to you.
Answer Garden is a great way to collect responses to any type of question you may have. From handheld devices to computers, you can collect responses from just about anywhere. You can embed the question with responses onto your webpage or simply use the responses as a way to build upon a lesson. There are lots of ways you can use it in your classroom, so visit their site to learn more.