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Fred Delventhal
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The flipped model of teaching has become popular and tools to make video more interactive have been created. Read more to learn about my experience with three of these tools.
The flipped model of teaching has become popular and tools to make video more interactive have been created. Read more to learn about my experience with three of these tools.
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A Curriculum is designed to teach students what to think not how to think. A thought provoking short film that needs to be listened to. 
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Spill my beans. Funny and cool content from around the web. Menu Skip to content. Home · Funny · Movies · design · original · Food · Gifs · About Us. Search for: A Little Velella. August 1, 2015 coolpost2. cool-small-velella-beach-hydrozoan. Comments. comments. Post navigation ...
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Did you ever click the bright red "New" button inside your Google Drive? Google Drawings isn't at the forefront of tools. The limelight is reserved for Docs, Sheets, and Slides. But let's do a reawakening of sorts and click on More to go to the "neglected" siblings. We have seen the usefulness of Google Forms. It's time…
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Hey Michael,

I think it is for the teacher to decide. I personally like the familiar toolbar of Google Drawing. It lowers the learning curve for my elementary students compared to Draw.io. 
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Use this in your next how-to guide for #GoogleClassroom  
 
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A first of many how-to gifs! Here is a simple way to clean up your classroom homepage in time for the new school year!

#01- How to archive/delete an old class
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If there's one downside to cloud-based services and apps, it's that you always need to be online to use them. If your Internet goes down, or if you're travelling, your work grinds to a halt. Fortunately, Google Docs, now better known as Google Drive, has this covered. You can take the service offline, and access…
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Thanks for posting these directions, going to pass this on to others
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He is in all likelihood alive and well, according to conversation workers in Zimbabwe.
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How to Collect a post

If you wish to add your own older posts to a Collection without resharing them as new posts and spamming your stream, here is what you can do:

There are two arrows at the bottom of a post.
The bigger one on the left reshares a post.
The smaller one on the right can reshare a post too but also moves a new (uncollected) post to a Collection you have created.

A post that has already been added to a Collection must be removed first if you don't wish to reshare it to another Collection and create a duplicate.

To remove a post from a Collection click on the top right menu dropdown and then click on "Remove post from Collection".

After this you can "collect" the post again from the top menu or from the small arrow at the bottom.

Of course, if you add someone else's post to a Collection, then you will get a new post appear on your profile and your followers stream.  You could uncheck the "People that have you in circles automatically follow this collection." from the Collection setting while you add more posts, that may help as the posts are visible only on your profile and for those who have clicked to Follow the Collection.

More about the Collections from Google+ Help Center:
https://support.google.com/plus/answer/6210271

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Education doesn't need a 5-year plan, and these 10 quick fixes will impact every school immediately.
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They make sense and are doable...worth the read!
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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 now called ISTE, 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 For Education Certified Innovator (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. He is also a member of the Google Classroom Experts team.

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
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