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The very first projection of an image on a German priest. In 1646 , Athanasius Kireher used a candle or oil lamp to project hand painted images onto awhite screen .
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Teacher Workshop
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Congratulations to Mr. Anil Sonune sir for being successfully passed Google certified educator level 1 exam

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The incredible app...

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Introducing Google+ Create India

We're very excited to announce Google+ Create India! As per the name, it’s is a regional chapter of Create Program and It mainly focuses on learning, growing, and collaborating with Indian talented members, while accessing privileged information to shape G+. Creators on Google+ and other networks who are active, love sharing their passion and have high quality Indian relevant content are qualified for Create India. Check out our website plus.google.com/create, and apply if you are interested. Before you apply, please read what is Create India program is all about.
What is Create: India?

This is a question that came us while onboarding members to the community.

In March we launched Google+ Create (g.co/PlusCreate) so that the best creators and curators could get the recognition and audience they deserve. We were thrilled to welcome talent from every country, interest, age and background in the world. As we’ve grown our membership we’ve also added new benefits (https://plus.google.com/+LukeWroblewski/posts/UpjjT5XF2Tz).

Today we’re introducing the international chapter of Google+ Create:

Create India welcomes creators from India and with an Indian background giving them a place to share their passion and build a strong network. Our aim is to help you more be more successful on and off Google+.

What does more successful mean?

Get Recognition in Google+ by featuring your Collections, verifying your profile, promoting your communities. Ultimately we want to connect you to a larger audience who’ll appreciate what you do. And if you share your wins with us here, we may talk about them on our Google+ social media channels (we have an active Twitter following for example)

Network - Connect, share and collaborate with other talented creators. Learn some new tricks like use of photography/ video in posts, communicating with followers, using other social media channels to promote your content. You might also share some creative ideas around your specific art, craft of subject. Maybe collaborate on creative, educational, or charitable projects.

Influence — We'll be having conversations about what tools you need and want to be more productive, and to express yourselves on Google+ in the way you want. For example, what metrics are useful for tracking your success? How would you like to be able to present yourself in your profile? What's hindering you from being productive? How would you like to able to manage your content? How can we help you communicate better with your audience, and them with you?

Ultimately you'll help us shape Google+ Create India so that it is most relevant to you. What you're seeing now is the first steps on a long and ambitious journey. Over time we want to bring a lot more talented people here, from India with all kinds of skills and passions. In fact we think you'll be so excited and inspired in this community that you'll help us grow.

Meanwhile, enjoy this beautiful theme image from Create India member +Sonali Dalal 
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thanks today attend satara geg Edux workshop at anant english school satara.

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EduX event @ +Anant English School,Satara organised by GEG-Satara : 18th Sept. 2016 (9.00 AM to 5.30 PM): 39 teacher-educators from Satara and Solapur district participated in this event, headed by +Tejas Phase , with GEG Leaders +Satish Shende , +avinash Agalave , +sutar deepak , +umesh khole



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A gentelman visiting Thomas Alva Edision at Menlo Park , asked him to his son who was about to enter business.The great inventor replied , " Well, I will give him this : never look at the clock ! "
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How do we help students become not only tool users but tool builders through computational thinking? http://goo.gl/XVJ3W6
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