Je suis entrain de transférer mes liens, vidéos, images et Symbaloos de mon ancien Google Sites. Dans l'ancien, je pouvais intégrer des Symbaloos à partir d'un code HTML. Il n'y a pas cette options dans le Nouveau Google Sites. Je peux toutefois intégrer un lien d'un Symbaloo pour insérer une image inactive dans le Nouveau Google Sites. Avant, mes Symbaloos étaient actifs, c'est-à-dire que l'élève pouvait avoir accès à des sites internet en cliquant directement sur la case du Symbaloo qui l'intéressait maintenant le Symbaloo n'est une image croche associée à un lien. Y a-t-il une autre façon de faire afin que mes Symbaloos soient plus attirants pour les élèves?

J'ai un site de classe depuis 3ans et j'ai ajouté plusieurs liens utiles pour mes élèves. J'adore avoir un site de classe. Toutefois, il y a une rumeur que mon site ne fonctionnera plus bientôt car le New Google Sites va remplacer l'ancien Google Sites. Est-ce que je dois recommencer un autre site? Vais-je perdre tous les liens que j'ai ajouté depuis 3 ans?

Calling all schools in Ontario!

The Google for Education team is looking for schools to help pilot new features this summer. In the past we piloted with various products like Google Classroom, Docs, YouTube, Expeditions, and more. We’re looking for a group of teachers to use these features with their classes and share honest feedback about what works and what doesn't. The feedback and insight we gain from you will help shape and improve our products!

Program Eligibility:
Schools currently using G Suite for Education (
Minimum of 10 teachers willing to participate in the pilot and provide feedback

Please have interested school(s) fill out this form ( If you’re unable to pilot this summer, but are interested to pilot in the fall, please indicate that in the form’s comment section.

The Google for Education team

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The London Ontario summit is returning in November. 18-19 November. early bird pricing is still available. Use discount code GEG to save 10%.

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Have you heard of The Google Infused Classroom? We are excited to announce that it came out last week. It is a practical guidebook to help students make their thinking visible and amplify student voice. We are thrilled to share our book with the world and excited to hear your thoughts! #infusedclassroom 


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Hello GEG Ontario!

Happy summer everyone! We are thrilled to announce that the #YRDSB #EdTechCamp17 is coming on October 14th at Richmond Green Secondary School in Richmond Hill. It's going to be an incredible day of learning. We have +Kevin Brookhouser keynoting and guest presenters from around Ontario like +Sylvia Duckworth +Sandra Chow +Derek Rhodenizer +Julie Millan +william gourley +Carlo Fusco +David Cruthers and so many more inspiring teacher leaders from the #YRDSB and beyond!

If you have any questions, feel free to message or email +Kim Pollishuke ( - elementary teachers) or +Jen Giffen ( - secondary teachers)

Visit for more details and to register.

We hope to see you there!

Google Classroom Users! Do you use one 'class' for everything in your primary or junior class, or do you have different 'classes' for Language, Math, Science etc? I did all different ones this past year but not sure which is better moving forward. 

Connaissez vous des applications iPad pour une « guerre des maths » niveau 5e et 6e année en camp d'été ?

I am wondering how early educators introduce and use gmail with their students who are on Google Classroom to help improve workflow.

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Very proud of my new Google Sheets add-on Fast School Scheduler. This application allows you to enter your school schedule in your Google Calendar in just 5 minutes.
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