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Donnie Piercey
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Google Certified Innovator at Eminence Independent Schools, District Technology Integrator, Google for Education Trainer, Independent EdTech Consultant, Runner, Juggler
Google Certified Innovator at Eminence Independent Schools, District Technology Integrator, Google for Education Trainer, Independent EdTech Consultant, Runner, Juggler

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We're excited to announce that Expeditions has just launched one of our top requested features, improved search functionality! Users can now search by category including "New" expeditions and many more. Happy exploring!
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The Cincinnati Summit featuring Google for Education is coming in November! http://ow.ly/gCXU30bMnQv #edtechteam Mark Wagner, Ph.D. Lisa Thumann
Cincinnati Summit / #edtechteam
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I’d bet I’m not the only teacher who’s looked at my room full of students and thought, “This looks like any other classroom on the planet.” I strive to avoid that; my students are special and I want them to feel it every day. But that doesn’t always happen when I’m lecturing and they’re looking at identical worksheets...

https://www.blog.google/topics/education/teaching-why-not-how-my-takeaways-googles-certification-training/
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By the time the average American kid reaches double digits, they’re not just avid users of the Internet but likely carrying around an Internet-connected device in their pocket wherever they go. Talk to any one of them and you’ll see how excited they are about the opportunities this provides for fun, learning, creativity and more. But as kids are using technology more throughout their daily lives – at home, in the classroom, and everywhere in between – it’s important that they’re prepared to make smart decisions about online behavior. To kick off Internet Safety Month, Google is announcing Be Internet Awesome, a program that teaches kids the fundamentals of digital safety and citizenship so they can explore the online world with confidence.

In addition to a robust classroom curriculum for educators and resources for parents, the program includes Interland, an adventure-packed online game that teaches the key lessons of digital safety and citizenship through hands-on practice in a format kids already love: gaming. You can learn more and download tools at https://goo.gl/FfdauC.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i307esUZTSc
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By the time the average American kid reaches double digits, they’re not just avid users of the Internet but likely carrying around an Internet-connected device in their pocket wherever they go. Talk to any one of them and you’ll see how excited they are about the opportunities this provides for fun, learning, creativity and more. But as kids are using technology more throughout their daily lives – at home, in the classroom, and everywhere in between – it’s important that they’re prepared to make smart decisions about online behavior. To kick off Internet Safety Month, we’re announcing Be Internet Awesome, a program that teaches kids the fundamentals of digital safety and citizenship so they can explore the online world with confidence.

In addition to a robust classroom curriculum for educators and resources for parents, the program includes Interland, an adventure-packed online game that teaches the key lessons of digital safety and citizenship through hands-on practice in a format kids already love: gaming. You can learn more and download tools at https://goo.gl/FfdauC.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i307esUZTSc

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