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We have updated our add-on Photo Gallery to create Google Slides slideshows from photos in your Drive, that you can embed in the new version of Google Sites.
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/photo-gallery-by-awesome/jgkjnffgfnibcjeedannoakcdnjlncmm

As Picasa / Google Photos has deprecated its slideshow feature, one remaining solution was to add your photos as slides of a Google presentation. But this can be very time consuming if you have many photos!
Thanks to our add-on, you can simply put all your photos in a Drive folder and we will automatically insert them in a Google Slides presentation that you can embed in any website.
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Control which types of #GoogleClassroom notifications you receive. Save time and stay organized: goo.gl/Tz5X3y
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No Wi-Fi? No problem. Set up offline access in Drive so you can access your files anytime, anywhere. goo.gl/RpgSzw
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Have Students Build Learning Databases with Google Sheets http://www.controlaltachieve.com/2017/02/google-sheets-databases.html
When learning content in any subject (animals, countries, characters, etc.) students can collect all that information in a Google Sheet to build a database which they can sort, filter, and explore to answer questions, draw conclusions, and make predictions. #GoogleEDU #GSuiteEDU +Google for Education

Work on a shared document has been assigned for a project. I want both students to attach it to the assignment in Classroom, but that can't happen because one student owns it. The student who received the shared document can't attach it. If that student makes a copy, then the document is no longer the current working document for the duration of the project. How can this be addressed?

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Creating Fractions in Google Slides and Drawings http://www.controlaltachieve.com/2017/02/fractions-slides-drawings.html
How to add fractions to Google Slides and Drawings, with directions and a template to copy. #GoogleEDU #GSuiteEDU

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Google Forms for Formative Assessment
This is a quick tutorial of how to use Google forms for formative assessment by directing students to sections to review if they get a question "wrong". I like this more than a Flubaroo form submit trigger as it gives students chances to work towards master...

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