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Use the Google Classroom Reuse Post Feature to Share Assignments and Resources with Colleagues

November7

Google Classroom’s reuse a post feature is very handy. With the start of the new school year, teachers have to make an important decision. Do they keep their last year’s Google Classrooms and remove former students? Or should they archive the old Classroom so it can be referenced and start a fresh one for new […]

Ask 3

March21

A common protocol in many elementary classrooms is “Ask 3, then me.” I’ve used this procedure from my early days of teaching. I quickly discovered as a first year teacher that there would be a line of students constantly around me seeking my answer to routine questions. By having students go to classmates for help, […]

G Suite for Education in the Classroom Ideas

March14

Looking for suggestions on how to use Google tools & services in your classroom? Check out this slide deck full of ideas from Google. Since it’s a “living” presentation, go back to it often to see updates!

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Google Hangouts – Giving Them a Try with Students!

February28

A few years ago when Skype first came on the scene, I worked with some teachers on collaborations that connected students with that tool. For example, we had students play instruments for each other via the video-conferencing software as well as set up a regular picture book reading session with Kindergartners in our district. It […]

Google+ Communities: A Great Way to Connect with Educators

February14

I was looking for more information about using Google Hangouts in the classroom, and during my search I came across some great education Google+ Communities. First of all, what is Google+? Think facebook which most of us have some familiarity, I’m sure… most likely personal. Google+ is an online community where you can share and […]

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