8 Things Every Teachers should Be Able to Do with Google Docs on Blended-Flipped Classroom curated by Angela Kerr (RT @ajkerr5: 8 Things Every Teachers should Be Able to Do with Google Docs | @scoopit via @TDOttawa
"As the search engine that’s become its own verb, Google’s success is difficult to frame. One of the most telling examples of their gravity in search is how few legitimate competitors they have. (Some would say they have none.) But cataloguing and indexing humanity’s digital wares isn’t easy, especially with an entire cottage industry trying to sabotage the integrity of a search for their own personal gain (among these trends, nefarious Search Engine Optimization). That leaves education in a sticky place."
Ensemble de 20 outils (grilles et guides d'observation, d'évaluation, de visite ; fiches navette ; socle commun) et documents de formation (CAPA-SH du tuteur, du stagiaire, un exemple de Projet individuel de formation de l'élève) visant à faciliter...
Upon the requests of several readers of Educational Technology and Mobile Learning, I recently started a series of guides on how to effectively use some Google services in education. These guides are...
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