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Katrina Gouett
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Intermediate teacher, GAFE enthusiast, lifelong learner
Intermediate teacher, GAFE enthusiast, lifelong learner

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Celebrate Canada's 150th birthday and your student's creativity in a "Doodle 4 Google!"
Due by May 2, 2017

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We are looking for interested educators to participate in a WCDSB teacher led mini-conference “Connecting Kids and Collaborating Teachers in the Evolving 21st Century Classroom.” This conference is a TLLP Ministry grant project led by Michael Leonard and Katrina Gouett along with Rolland Chidiac, Jamie Rodrigue, Suzanne Smart, and Jessica Weber. Workshops will include: Blogger, Google Hangouts, G+, Twitter, and Virtual Reality.

There are 20 spots available for teachers requiring a supply teacher - registration will be on a first-come-first-serve basis by completing the Google Form (https://goo.gl/forms/25XLJL4BHGLKZNNw1).

The CKCT Conference will take place on Tuesday, March 28th from 12:30-3:00 pm at St. Paul CES library (45 Birchcliff Av, Kitchener).

We’re looking forward to connecting with you!

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Unable to save Nimbus Screen Casts? You probably need to change your popup settings within Chrome. Here's how.

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Looking for more information on Expeditions?
Virtual reality has the potential to change how we teach and how we learn. Learn how teachers are using Google Expeditions to help their curriculum come alive by taking their students on virtual field trips to almost anywhere they can imagine.

Watch at: https://youtu.be/yN5dJwADCfo 

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Thanks again to everyone who participated in the CKCT conference Monday. Here's a video recap!

(visit http://bit.ly/2gHH32A to view the Realtime Board and to access more links)

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The next Tech Help at St. Paul CES will be this Thursday from 4-6pm. 

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Google (Breithaupt location) is hosting another CS-First Training evening on December 8th from 18:00 - 19:45. This is open to any interested educators.

The session will include the regular intro track to cs-first, where after a short intro we will follow this one hour course https://www.cs-first.com/course/high-seas-activity/video/45866

We will also hold what has now become the regular "unscripted scratch" parallel session where we can do various topics. You can bring your own topics and we'll elaborate on those.

If you are interested, please register at:
bit.ly/teach-cs-register

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