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Greg Garner
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Social Innovator, Cultural Architect
Social Innovator, Cultural Architect

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Mobile notifications for the #GoogleClassroom iOS and Android apps are here!

Over the next few days, students will begin receiving mobile notifications via the Classroom app for Android and iOS when new content is added to their classes. For instance, students will be alerted immediately when they receive new assignments or grades, notes from teachers, comments from fellow classmates, and more—allowing them to stay on top of their schoolwork even more easily. https://goo.gl/JCoqNX
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SpeakUp's National Findings for Digital Learning in 2014 have been released! 

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The irony of productivity and technology is that more of each results in less free time, not more -->

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This is a great tool to use in observations and walk-throughs; very helpful as an instructor to know the balance of my room.

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My color-coding friends rejoice! 
Fresh off the press. My new (and first) add-on "Sort By Color" for Google Sheets is live in the Web Store. Adds the ability to sort color-coded spreadsheets by cell color or font color.

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Or planning periods, or lunches, or PD sessions, or...

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Great piece on using space effectively to increase #productivity  http://eepurl.com/bhvbqb

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The difference between social learning and social collaboration http://wp.me/p32j2n-#C4LPt

In my framework of Modern Workplace Learning (see diagram on right)  I use the term social collaboration to label an important new element of work of the modern-day L&D department. I deliberately chose not to label it social learning. So what is the…

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Google Slides opens the classroom up to vast possibilities. With real-time collaboration, connection to other Google Apps and the ability to embed presentations in websites, students can do so much more than “make a PowerPoint.”

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Snow couldn't slow down this #bowtietuesday. And yeah, we had school today.
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