Google Admins - I have a question for you! I want to roll out Chromebooks to my 2nd grade next year. They do not have unique accounts currently and I'm sensing my teachers are going to be a tad resistant to working with them on doing so. My question is - what methods are you using to do logins for the younger kids without unique accounts? We're not a Clever district - and I've heard that when one account gets logged into 10 times it freezes the account. What is the easiest login method from your experience for those young ones?

When students have 24 hour / 7 Day a week access to a Chromebook then does their performance in the classroom change?

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Does anyone know if you create a google form quiz and the student doesn't finish in time will it save what they have completed and allow them to come back to it???

In a recent webinar, Eric Curtis mentioned something kids could use to break apart music. Students could separate each instrument and turn them on and off. Now I have a teacher interested in this and I can't find the information. I though it was called musiclisten or something. Can someone provide me with the name of this program/app/extension? Thanks

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Join us online August 31, 2017 at 1pm for our monthly GEG-Ohio Google User Group meeting. We will cover all of the new features and updates in G Suite for Education from the past month, as well as great ideas for using Google tools in school.
View the live video stream here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abwdemR05fQ
View the agenda here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Z3L3U4cuAuAruRjxT6Pu9rIGgzOh3vEfE_W395t7-QE/edit?usp=sharing

How to generate e Certificate using excel file?

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6 Ways to Write Bad Gmails (and tips to avoid that) http://www.controlaltachieve.com/2017/07/bad-gmails.html
6 Ways to Write Bad Gmails
6 Ways to Write Bad Gmails
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You're So Random (with Google Tools) http://www.controlaltachieve.com/2017/07/youre-so-random-with-google-tools.html
See how to generate random data and information for your students using a variety of Google tools.

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Learn Math with your Face (and Google Docs) http://www.controlaltachieve.com/2017/07/face-math.html
See how to use Google Docs, webcams, and Chrome web apps to do a fun learning activity about unit rates, measurement, decimal operations, and more.
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