MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Google's annual developer conference doesn't officially kick off until Wednesday but about 120 of the company's youngest developers are already getting to preview one of its newest announcements.
Google is teaming up with MIT's Media Lab to create Scratch Blocks, an updated version of the kid-centric programming language. Available now as a developer preview, student participants at Google's I/O Youth event were able to get an early look at the new tools.
With the recent announcement that Google Classroom will be available to all Google Apps for Education schools by the week of August 11th, schools that have also adopted iPads are interested in exploring the platform to determine if it will integrate into their existing deployment to provide a helpful and approachable workflow solution. While there …
In the four years since Lucidchart’s launch, collaborating in real-time with remote editors has been one of its most popular features. Today, we’re announcing a game-changing update to that feature: Integration with Google+ Hangouts. This integration takes advantage of the … Continue reading →
The moment you become aware of your existence, you start learning. In school, you are confined into a system that you trust will teach everything you should know. But, do you really know what education is or its role in your life? Find out what educators, writers, and philosophers have to say about it.
New premium features including Speech Input for Google Docs, Highlighting and Vocabulary support for web pages, and a new Simplify and Summarize tool for the web are now available. Continue reading for details (and videos!).
Philip Vinogradov's insight:
What an awesome tool for transacting with digital text
Tell your stories with photos, videos and rich text on Google Earth.
Philip Vinogradov's insight:
Super Excited for this tool! I love Google earth, but it can take so much time to teach classes the nuances of tour-building. This lets kids focus on geography and digital narrative, without having to master the Google Earth interface.
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