Google Search is evolving rapidly into a service where you no longer need to search for information! I was hosting a Q&A session at Google headquarters in Sydney awhile ago to launch the Using Technology Better Community and the discussion turned towards Google search and what is next. One of the Google employees made a
Google Forms are a simple yet powerful way to collect information from people. An often overlooked feature is ‘logic branching’, where people are directed to different parts of a Form, based on how they answer. In this example we look at collecting information from parents but branching is also great for student writing (Pick-a-Path), student agency and talking about computational thinking.
[This is part of the How to Search Google Series] If your students are anything like mine, their internet search strategy goes something like this: 1. Type in a term that is somehow related to the topic 2. Scan the first 3 or 4 results (not pages – just results)
In this week’s OutClassed Podcast, Mike and Blake continue on their discussion regarding the 7 essential elements of school transformation framework. This week it is all about technology and infrastructure.
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