How Google Empowers Differentiated Learning

Over the last two days I have had the pleasure of hanging out at the Google Apps For Education Booth at the EduTech conference in Brisbane Australia.  You can check out the #edutech Hashtag on your preferred social media platform.

Below is a copy of the presentation I gave about how Google empowers differentiation in learning.  It was only a 20 minute presentation so I mainly focussed on how our students can use the tools inside Google Search to narrow down their search results to ensure they are both relevant and appropriate to their academic ability.

Like all presentations, there is limited information on the slides, but there are 2 video’s embedded in the presentation that are definely worth watching.

I also have an audio recording of the presentation and will add it to this page for download in the next couple of days.

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