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MrsYoung

ISTE 2011 - 10 views

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    "More than 12 million students & teachers at thousands of schools worldwide have already gone Google. Join the movement with Google Apps for Education. Interesting in learning how to go Google? Check out our new Guide to going Google. Thanks to all who stopped by our booth #2617 and listened to one of the presentations in our teaching theater or saw a demo of Google Apps, Google Search, Google Earth, Chrome OS, or App Inventor."
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    Links to all #ISTE11 sessions on Googleapps
Vicki Davis

Don't dis the competition - Home - Doug Johnson's Blue Skunk Blog - 0 views

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    Doug Johnson is a great read for his blunt, in your face honesty and his point about how technology companies are trying to differentiate is a great one. I think, however, we should extend this to schools as well. If your school is great, say why, but dissing the competition is no way to compete. If you think your school has no competition, think again. So, read this in light of the arriving and coming competition on the edulandscape and have an honest take on how you should "sell" the virtues of your school. If you can't talk about how great your school is and have to resort to how bad the other one is, prepare for a day when you'll shutter the windows and wonder how they're going to keep the bugs out of your empty building. Wake up and smell the wires burning their way into your student's computers and tablets, great teachers are just a click away and we've all got to learn how to blend and trend our courses, teaching, and to bridge our classrooms to add real value as teachers. It isn't hard as you think but if you just sit and teach like you've always taught, you're setting yourself up for some unpleasant days. You can't do everything but you can do something to improve yourself. Next practices are an important part of your best practice. Always innovate and never settle. Standards are only the beginning, you must have purpose if you're going to be a great teacher. Doug says: "But what I do know that when competitors trash each other, I tend to tune out. And I flat out hate it when I know they are lying - and I will NOT buy from a liar. A salesman recently promoted his video storage service by stating "unlike YouTube, we don't own your movies." That's just not true. (YouTube doesn't own your movies, teaching doesn't own your Docs, CIPA, FERPA, etc. do not ban social media.)"
Fred Delventhal

YouTube - docs's Channel - 16 views

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    In addition, we just launched our own YouTube channel at youtube.com/docs. You can view all of the videos above in the custom video gadget at the top of the channel, which will help you keep track of which videos you've already watched. If you're just getting started, we hope these videos help you discover more about Google Docs. And if you're a Google Docs expert, you might enjoy sharing some of these videos with a friend. Posted by: Peter Harbison, Product Marketing Manager
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