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Fred Delventhal
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A long time ago in a galaxy far far away, Microsoft Word ruled the roost when it came to word processing. If you wanted to type your love letters or book manuscript, then you used Word. Then along came OpenOffice and LibreOffice to knock Microsoft off their perch a little. But now we are entering the…
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This #GoogleClassroom  best practices comes from Stacy Fields:

Google Classroom is the perfect place to post assignments and announcements.  Students only have one place to look for assignments and all content can be added to that assignment.  For example, I had the students make Wiki  pages,  but added all links through Google Classroom this year.  The time it saved having students use the link from Google Classroom made the objective easier to achieve and far less stressful!

Bookmark the Google Classroom Best Practices Folder to access more throughout the coming weeks: http://bit.ly/gclassbest

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"Breakout EDU empowers teachers and trainers with the tools to facilitate immersive breakout games. Games teach critical thinking, teamwork, complex problem solving, and can be used in all content areas."

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Hey Parents! Camp Google is a free camp for kids, full of fun science activities and adventures led by experts. Everyone is welcome and you can jump in anytime. Camp starts July 13th! Fun & discovery awaits. Ocean week. Dive in and explore what's down there with National Geographic. Space week ...
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Hey Parents! Camp Google is a free camp for kids, full of fun science activities and adventures led by experts. Everyone is welcome and you can jump in anytime. Camp starts July 13th! Fun & discovery awaits. Ocean week. Dive in and explore what's down there with National Geographic. Space week ...
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#Free   #MOOC  for Middle and High School teachers.
 
Enrich, engage and reinvent learning with our #GoogleEdu MOOC course

Learn how to enrich your lessons and sharpen your creative thinking for better teaching with our upcoming computational thinking for educators course. http://goo.gl/nX80Ms
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Google Classroom Best Practices
Best Practice #6

This #GoogleClassroom  best practices comes from Stacy Fields:

Google Classroom is the perfect place to post assignments and announcements.  Students only have one place to look for assignments and all content can be added to that assignment.  For example, I had the students make Wiki  pages,  but added all links through Google Classroom this year.  The time it saved having students use the link from Google Classroom made the objective easier to achieve and far less stressful!

Bookmark the Google Classroom Best Practices Folder to access more throughout the coming weeks: http://bit.ly/gclassbest

Submit your own best practice!
http://goo.gl/forms/GVp3UwCo9K
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Summer Camp with Google
Hey Parents! Camp Google is a free camp for kids, full of fun science activities and adventures led by experts. Everyone is welcome and you can jump in anytime. Camp starts July 13th! Fun & discovery awaits. Ocean week. Dive in and explore what's down there with National Geographic. Space week ...
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Hey Parents! Camp Google is a free camp for kids, full of fun science activities and adventures led by experts. Everyone is welcome and you can jump in anytime. Camp starts July 13th! Fun & discovery awaits. Ocean week. Dive in and explore what's down there with National Geographic. Space week ...
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Google Apps for Education Forum Top Contributor, Google Certified Teacher, Instructional Tech. Coordinator, Google Power Searcher, life outside education.
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Fred Delventhal works as senior level Instructional Technology Coordinator for a medium sized school district in Virginia. He has presented at National Educational Computer Conference, Northern Virginia Technology Educational Consortium conferences, the Technology and Learning Symposia (Virginia), and the Virginia Department of Education Educational Technology Leadership Conference. Fred has worked as an adjunct professor for George Mason University Instructional Technology Certificate Program, the Four Rivers Consortium (Virginia), and most recently for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

In 2009 Fred became a Google Certified Teacher and was named one of the leaders of the year by the Discovery Educator Network.

In 2011 Fred was one of the recipients of Discovery Education's PL DEN award.

Fred is part of the EdReach.us network and actively participates in the Google Educast Podcast.

In 2015 Fred joined Google's Top Contributor program and is a top contributor in the Google Apps for Education Forum.

Items appearing on any of his personal accounts have no connection to his current employer.
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Two time State of Michigan Hula Hoop champion. Also flew on NASA's Weightless Wonder doing experments in microgravity.
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Instructional Technology Coordinator
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  • Arlington Public Schools
    Instructional Technology Coordinator, 1996 - present
  • I work for a medium size school district in Northern Virginia as an Instructional Technology Coordinator. I'm interested in constantly learning new things about edtech. I also have varied interests that fall outside of education, including cooking, photography, everything Apple and Google related, reading, television, movies and laughing.
    present
  • United Artists Communications
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Toucans & monkeys in the trees early in the mornings. Iguanas and monkeys in the late afternoon. Perfume trees are intoxicating. Hotel staff were all friendly and helpful.
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Sale items not marked clearly on a regular basis.
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Great place for quick, good cafeteria food. Price is excellent for budget travelers.
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One of the dirtiest stores I've been in.
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