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Fred Delventhal

Google Forms - Kern Kelley - 38 views

Fred Delventhal

Handout Generator - 38 views

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    "This is a simple script housed in a google sheet that allows teachers to create handouts for their classroom, shares the student appropriately and organizes the handouts in a collection. It can be used to create sheets as well as docs."
Henry Thiele

Oregon schools roll out Google Apps to students | eSchool News - 10 views

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    As more Oregon schools roll out Google's free suite of productivity software this fall, they're also trying to educate parents and ease concerns about privacy. Oregon was the first state to sign up for Google Apps for Education in 2010 and make it available to K-12 school districts. The free software allows students to access their class work from home, the library, or anywhere they have internet access. But the very thing that makes Google Apps so accessible and appealing worries some parents: They don't want Google or anyone outside the district to have access to their children's private information.
Jackie Gerstein

iPads in Schools - 38 views

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Dean Mantz

Google Tools for Schools - 27 views

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    Integration ideas, training/implementation resources, GTA, weekly blog.
Fred Delventhal

Google Apps Education K-12 webinar featuring Clarkstown Central School District - 13 views

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    Join Google and Clarkstown Central School District in this webinar to learn how the district created a collaborative curriculum portal for teachers across all their buildings and campuses using Google Apps Education Edition. Hear what factors helped them decide to "Go Google" and the results they've seen with school staff and students since making the switch.
Fred Delventhal

Google Apps EDU - All of the Above - 1 views

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    via Kevin Jarrett
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    Building a 21st century school now has an easy answer: Google Apps Education Edition Google Message Security, powered by Postini, is included free for K-12 schools who sign-up by July 2010. No hardware to maintain, no software to install, no ads, and no cost for schools.
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