FREE Webinar – Improving Writing and Research with G Suite #GoogleEduOnAir
My session, Improving Writing and Research with G Suite, is embedded below. I have included the recording of the live session along with my presentation and resources. Fair warning: this was a 30-minute session, so it is jam-packed and fast moving! But all of the resources and how-to’s are included in the presentation. And a special thank you to my friend, Matt Miller from Ditch That Textbook, who was my moderator.
Improving Writing and Research with G Suite for Education
G Suite for Education offers a variety of features to support writing skills. In this session, we will explore using G Suite, Add-Ons, and Google Chrome extensions that allow teachers to not only give critical and timely feedback but also leverage additional features and tools to enhance peer editing and collaboration, improve research skills and cite sources.
Recorded Google Education On Air (Dec. 3, 2016)
Presentation and Resources
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- Change is the New Black: Embrace the Digital Learning Revolution (keynote)
- The Teacher’s Guide to Google Classroom (presentation)
- It’s NOT About the App, It’s About the LEARNING (presentation)
- Digital Differentiation with G Suite (presentation)
- G Suite for Administrators (presentation)
- Shake Up Learning with G Suite (presentation)
- Teach Like the Tonight Show (presentation)
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