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A Google-Flavored Weekly EdTech Roundup for Black Friday

Jayne Miller wrote this on Nov 27, 2015

 

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Happy Black Friday, edtech readers. Today we bring you a weekly roundup of articles heavy in Google Apps for Edu news. This includes notes on the latest Google Drive update, as well as recommendations for Google tools for teachers and Google Doc tricks. (Did we mention: Google?!)

We also unearthed an interesting story from Huffington Post Education on a Vancouver school that is using Snapchat to communicate with teens. Interesting case study. Also recommending MindShift's story on parent-teacher communication. Lots of good reads for this fine Friday. 

Hope you're still enjoying the leftovers.

Google Drive updated with support for 3D Touch and iPad multitasking | AppAdvice

20 Google Tools Teachers Should Try (And How to Use Them in Classrooms) | Daily Genius

A Visual Guide to Sprucing Up Your Google Doc | Imagine Easy

4 Great New Google Doc Templates for Teachers | Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Vancouver High School Uses Snapchat To Communicate With Teens | Huffington Post Education

How The Other Half Learns to Code | EdSurge

What Can Be Done To Improve Parent-Teacher Communication? | MindShift

How one school district works computational thinking into every grade and class | The Hechinger Report


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