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Tips for Creating a Digital Culture in your District #ISTE17 #oklaed

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Hello Canada GEG community members!

Greenwood College School, located mid-town Toronto, is pleased to host the first EdTechTeam's Google Summit GTA/Toronto event in the Fall of 2015. Please join us! A 10% discount was made for GEG members too. 

https://on.gafesummit.com/toronto/

Register for two full days of learning! This two-day, high-intensity event focuses on deploying, integrating, and using Google Apps for Education (and other Google tools) to promote student learning in K-12 and higher education. 

Please pass along to colleagues & friends. You can also get discounted group rates via the link above.

Register before 8/17 for early bird pricing! See posted image or the provided link for additional information.
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This looks very very interesting for everyone in schools
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Teach for Google is a brand-new collection of resources designed to help teachers get the best from Google Apps for Education. At 
teachforgoogle.com you’ll find many short courses that bring together strategies and best practice from leading educators. Each course comes complete with templates, forms, tips and other top-quality assets to help you deliver better teaching that boosts student engagement and actual attainment.  #teachforgoogle  
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Is there any way to restrict access to a Google doc that has been shared? I want to make it time sensitive. Only want the students to work on the document during the school day. Thx 

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Google Makes TeleStory & Toontastic Free for Everyone

In surprising news today, Launchpad Toys announced that they had been acquired by Google. Ordinarily, this may not be of much interest to educators, but as of today, Toontastic and TeleStory are completely free for iOS devices and that includes all the…

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Generating personalized report card comments was much easier for me this time around since I started using Google Forms to organize all my descriptive feedback throughout the year.
Organizing Descriptive Feedback with Google Forms
Providing quality descriptive feedback is a significant part of day-to-day assessment practice.  Students produce work and rather than just assigning a grade, we communicate specific strengths and next steps so that students clearly understand if they have ...
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