Favourite Teacher Quotes & Posters From The Week (8th June)

Favourite Tweets

1.  Kids still need teachers to show them how to properly use technology.

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2. @Makerspaces_com 10 Reasons to Teach Coding by Brian Aspinall @mraspinall @sylviaduckworth #makerED #STEM #makerspace #edtech #edchat

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3. @ijukes Why Creativity in the Classroom Matters More Than Ever http://www.edudemic.com/creativity-in-the-classroom/

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4. @IgniteNation Teach students success is no accident

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5. @i2Learn Teacher=Learner via @ChrisSullivanNZ @urban_teacher @teacherfirst73 @technolandy @LouiseJupp @joannebabalis @Dr_LMR

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Favourite Quotes

1.  are superhero!

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2.  for and : Take each lesson one day at a time.

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From the Archives

1. New Zealand Google Apps Discovery Day Tour

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2. E-Learning Conversation: Google Apps Update…what’s changed?

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3. When it Comes to Classroom Management it’s all About You

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10 tips for taking a Google Certified Educator exam

Google offers numerous certifications for educators who want to prove their proficiency and classroom practice with G Suite for Education tools. The starting point is the Google Certified Educator Level 1, which includes a 3 hour practical exam. For the teachers we work with, this exam is always the most daunting part of becoming certified! In this blog post, I’ll share some tips and advice for tackling a Google Certified Educator exam (either level 1 or 2) and becoming certified.

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