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Do you have a #GoogleHome or an #AmazonEcho? Ever thought about using it in your classroom?
How would you use a Voice Assistant in your Classroom?

The #GoogleEDU Team wants to know! Share your feedback! I had a few interesting conversations about this topic at #ISTE17 and it's made me quite excited to explore it further.

Fill out the survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeSE55wH8FWBKCNZfvThfUxG6WDuWdX2BUnTdnKw9ItaqcoqQ/viewform
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Somehow I have blocked every user (including myself) out of the Chrome Web store. I am not sure what I did. Any clues or hints?

Does anyone know when they'll be rolling out parent access/email sign ups for Google Classroom?

or has it already happened? 

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+Shelby Cotham +Torri Ishihara  +Kristy Kaitoku Enjoy!

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Here is my lesson for my GAFE Summit Portfolio on a question formulation technique to use with students. I will be sharing about the experience tonight at 6pm on Google Hangouts on Air!

I added slide shows to my google site through google photos but when others access my site, they can't see my photos. Its obviously something with the sharing preferences but nothing I have tried has worked. Help!

+Hyesim Kaneshiro, +Amanda Ayoso and I will be sharing our GAFE lessons during our Hangout on Air on Friday, May 6, at 7 p.m.

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The new Summer and Fall HSTA PD Courses are available!! Sign-up for the 21st Century Classroom PD course, offering you 3 pderi credits

I will be teaching a fall course at Kailua Intermediate School on 7/30, 8/6 & 8/13 from 8:00-3:00pm. This is a great hands-on learning opportunity for educators who would like to learn more about using technology and Google Apps at your school. Message me if you have any questions. : )



I have been having a blast testing my students using google forms. Most of my formative assessments run between 20 to 25 questions, a combination of true and false, filling in the blanks, vocabulary and multiple choice. My question is whether or not teachers find it tedious for students to take online tests with say 40 to 50 questions? Is it overkill or does it depend on the subject like say history classes?
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