Get Googley!

 

Use the resources below to learn more about the Google Suite for Education tools like your Google Drive, Google Slides, Calendar, Google Forms, and much more!  It's all about collaboration!

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Google for Education Teacher Center

Are you interested in learning more about how you can use your Google Drive, Docs, etc. with your classes?  This site is for you!  Click to visit the Teacher Center and find ideas, improve your skills working at your own pace, and if you are ready to take the test, become a Google Certified Educator or Trainer!

You can also help students by visiting the Digital Citizenship course and completing that on your own.  Share this with your students so they can participate in the activities!  

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G Suite Learning Center Tips Page

 

Click to explore the tips, or do a search to learn something specific.

Google Teacher Tribe Podcast

Kasey Bell, creator of Shake Up Learning, works for Region 10 and has an amazing site for digital resources, including an abundance of ideas on using Google Edu tools with students for creating engaging lessons. 

Matt Miller, creator of Ditch That Textbook, was a Spanish language teacher for 10 years, and also has many resources that will help you create engaging lessons to get your students connected with and excited about learning.

Together they host a great podcast that is really informative, with information that is relevant to any grade level, and any level of tech expertise.  Listen to the podcast using 

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Kasey Bell, creator of Shake Up Learning, works for Region 10 and has an amazing site for digital resources, including an abundance of ideas on using Google Edu tools with students for creating engaging lessons. 

Matt Miller, creator of Ditch That Textbook, was a Spanish language teacher for 10 years, and also has many resources that will help you create engaging lessons to get your students connected with and excited about learning.

Together they host a great podcast that is really informative, with information that is relevant to any grade level, and any level of tech expertise.  Listen to the podcast using 

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