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Glenn Hervieux

You're Doing it Wrong! How to Manage Multiple Google Accounts - 105 views

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    Top tip that will make your experience with Google Apps more efficient and enjoyable! Thanks to Kasey Bell for sharing this valuable tip.
Glenn Hervieux

The Apps Show - Google Apps for Work - 35 views

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    "The Apps Show highlights tips and tricks to help you get the most out of Google Apps at work." They have new video episodes regularly and they're just a few minutes long. Great resource!
Michele Rosen

A Step by Step Guide on How to Create Interactive Presentations Using The New Google Sl... - 140 views

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    Good step by step on the new interactive options available for presentations in google slides that allow for audience backchannel and voting.
Anna Otto

TechieTeacher5280 - 79 views

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    Details on the 3 amazing new features in #Google #Slides! #edtech
Clint Heitz

How to Use the New Q&A and Laser Pointer Features of Google Slides @googledocs - 108 views

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    I can always count on Richard to provide me with the latest tools and how to use them! Awesome features. Now, I hope Google will add the pointer tool to the mobile app.
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    Love it! Anyone know when it will be accessible for all?
Martin Burrett

Google Museum of the World - 83 views

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    A superb site from Google and the British museum. An interactive timeline of interconnected historical objects from all over the world. Click on them to view details.
mollyfanning

LA Woman - 14 views

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    I hit the road once again with my social studies teammie, Mrs. Sittig, to the New York State Council of Social Studies (NYSCSS) annual conference in Albany. We had applied to present with another FMS colleague, Mrs. Cahill, and were so excited to find out our proposal was accepted.
Steve Kelly

See the history of changes made to a file - Docs editors Help - 28 views

  • If you want to see the changes you and others have made to a document, spreadsheet, presentation, or drawing, you can check the revision history.
  • Reverting to a previous version of a document doesn't eliminate any versions, but it moves this previous version to the top of your revision history.
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    Important! When accessing Revision History and 'Restoring a Previous Version', no changes are 'eliminated!' The selected version is simply moved to the top of the revision history panel. This is huge: it means that students can't inadvertently (or intentionally) remove edits that form the history of the collaborative document!
Lauren Rosen

Unhangout - 68 views

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    Combines with google hangouts to create small groups within a larger class session. Ability to start session with a presentation, move participants into groups, and then broadcast a message for everyone to return to the large class session area. Meant for all students to be on their own devices.
Tim Cooper

Control Alt Achieve: The Ultimate Guide to Google Sites for Schools - 84 views

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    Google Sites tutorial videos and doc. Pretty extensive.
brianarusso410

Miss Kindergarten - 25 views

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    Great blog for educators!!
Sarra Lev

Extensions, Add Ons and Apps, Oh My! How to Utilize Google in Your Classroom | EdSurge ... - 108 views

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  • crop videos, add your voice, and embed quizzes and open-ended discussion questions
joanmay

The US Presidents in Google Earth - 54 views

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    contains links an images on each President - a google file (kmz)
Steve Kelly

10 Ways Teacher Planning Should Adjust To The Google Generation - 133 views

  • 10 Ways Teacher Planning Should Adjust To The Google Generation
  • 1. Make the work Google-proof

    Put another way, design it so that Google is crucial to creating a response rather than finding one.

    If students can Google answers–stumble on what you want them to remember in a few clicks–there’s a problem with the instructional design. And asking them what they’ll do when they WiFi goes out probably isn’t compelling enough as an argument.

    Instead, anchor learning experiences around new kinds of thinking that force the synthesis of disparate ideas, media, and communities. Scenario-based learning, challenge-based learning, project-based learning, learning simulations, and so on.

    It’s all out there, ready to be integrated in your classroom.

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