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WOAH! "Picture in Picture" via @Google and @YouTube!
Read all about it, HERE:

I am excited to be learning more about Google.

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Halloween is upon us. Here are 6 reasons to be scared:

1. You can't handle this spooky Halloween bingo
2. The Halloween crossword puzzle background probably creeps you out
3. Students will give you goosebumps with their horrifying Halloween drawings
4. Five monsters will be sentenced to death on the gallows
5. Students will creep you out with their dreadful Halloween stories
6. There has been a bloody murder and your students have to solve it.

Get started with these 6 ready-to-use Halloween lesson plans! Tag a teacher who absolutely needs to see this. Hurry, Halloween is already lurking around the corner! 😱

P.S. Can you solve the Halloween WebQuest? Hope you like it!

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Episode 25 of the GSFE Admins Podcast is available.

"Live" from ITEC 2018

Recorded in live in front of an audience of IT directors, the Admins discuss their summer projects and start of the school year.

Visit the website

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Hello G Suite Administrator,

We recently announced that we are winding down the consumer version of Google+ over the next 10 months. This change does not impact your usage of Google+ as a G Suite for Education customer. Google continues to invest in new features for Google+ for our G Suite for Education customers, and we’ll share more details on the G Suite blog in the coming days. You can expect the following:

A fresh, clean look for the education version of Google+ on the web and mobile

Additional capabilities for admins to be able to review and moderate posts made by employees, if needed

New admin dashboards to view post analytics and engagement metrics

Additionally, we want to inform you that we discovered a bug in one of the Google+ People APIs. We patched the bug immediately upon its discovery. Our investigation found no evidence that any data was misused. We’ve published a blog post with additional details.

If you have additional questions, please contact Google support. When you call or submit your support case, reference issue number

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Merkel Elem 3rd and 4th Grade classes looking for Monster Match partners for a writing/designing activity. Details of the activity and timelines are below. Click here to sign up if you are intersted. Any questions email me at
3rd and 4th Grade classes in TX looking for partner classes to do a Monster Match writing/designing activity with a Google Hangout meetup at the end. Details can be found below with timeline of events. You can find our sign up sheet with times here:

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Bookmark your YouTube videos for students
Fab Find Friday - Bookmark It
Fab Find Friday - Bookmark It
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