100 Ways To Use Google Drive In The Classroom |…

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And the number keeps rising.

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Apple Makes Big Improvements In iOS Management Tools For Enterprise And Education | TechCrunch

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Apple has been busy in the IT department. Today, it released a slew of improvements and alterations to its large-scale deployment tools for education and..

Brian Romero Smith‘s insight:

This helps but does it stop the Google momentum?

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‚Äč15+ Awesome Google+ Tricks You Might Not Know About

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Google is slowly but surely improving Google+ and trying to bring
the social network to the masses. Yet some of Google+’s best features are less than obvious for both avid Google Plussers and those who are still wondering what the point of it is.

Brian Romero Smith‘s insight:

Google+ can be a great asset to the classroom, if used wisely and creatively. Our campuses are beginning to utilize the Hangout Features for Virtual Field Trips and Global Classroom connections. The exposure students have received has enhanced the student’s ability to conceptualize that there is world outside of their own. 

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Screencastify – screencast on your Chromebook

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We have been waiting to be able to screen cast on a Chromebook for too long! This feature is now here, without complications or having to jump through hoops to get it to work.

Brian Romero Smith‘s insight:

This is a game changer. As we look into all we will want to do with a device for our 1:1 initiative, being able to screencast was a priority. Student being able to demonstrate mastery by teaching others a specific skill online is essential to our technology platform. This helps tip the scale a bit toward the ChromeBook side. 

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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: A Great Google Drive Tool for Taking Notes While Watching Videos

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Brian Romero Smith‘s insight:

Great tool for the GAFE flipped classroom. Awesome time-stamping feature that allows students to bookmark spots in the video where the notes were taken from. Very cool! Please check it out.

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