Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Google Apps for Education Learning Center

In October my county became a Google Apps for Education (GAE) county which means, among other things, that my students are now completely virtual.  But for those who have are still making the adjustment to GAE, here is a site that might make your transition smoother. 

3 comments:

Heather said...

Hi!
My name is Heather and I work for Worth Ave. Group. We’re currently holding a contest for K-12 teachers to win grants for their schools, and iPads or iPods for their classrooms. If you’re interested in participating, feel free to email me or visit the link I’ve posted below.
Have a great day!
http://www.worthavegroup.com/giveaway/
voteforteachers@worthavegroup.com

Media Mentions said...

“Finally!!” usually isn’t my word of choice when describing the educational and legislative systems, especially any interaction between the two, so an article (link, if you’re interested: http://www.pressdisplay.com/pressdisplay/showlink.aspx?bookmarkid=RR901PYLLVG4&preview=article&linkid=b30e3ab4-fae7-43ba-9303-f84b693eceea&pdaffid=ZVFwBG5jk4Kvl9OaBJc5%2bg%3d%3d) I read the other day about a nation-wide monitoring period might just mean a step up for the current system. In any case, let me know what you think!

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