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ShakeUpLearning.com free resources

ShakeUpLearning.com is a terrific resource for teachers interested in using Google educational products. Written by Kasey Bell, a digital learning coach and consultant, the site contains video instructions on how to get started with Google Classroom, a host of resources and tips such as a database of Chrome apps and extensions, coding resources, and more. The site also offers paid online courses. Check out the search bar on the site to find exactly what you want.

Google Teacher Tribe free tips & podcasts

Google Teacher Tribe offers a large variety of podcasts on how to use Google in the classroom. Topics include Google Sheets Add-Ons; Doing more with Google Forms; Quizzes, Quizzes. Google Forms Quizzes; Google Classroom Time-Savers, and many more…50 total at the time of publication. Of special note is Google in Special Education | Interview with Carrie Baughcum, which talks about how Carrie integrates Google, creative thinking, and gamification into her classroom.

The Electric Educator: free ideas & webinar April 26

When Google put on a educational session for educators in Lansing, Michigan, they hired John Sowash to discuss how to use Google Classroom. John is a Google Apps EDU Certified Teacher, and author of The Chromebook Classroom, the first full-length book on the use of Chromebooks in the K-12 classroom. John’s blog is called The Electric Educator, which offers many ideas. He is also offering a free webinar on becoming a Google Certified Educator on April 26, 2018. RSVP here. 


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