I am running a monthly workshop for teachers in my high school called Google Bootcamp. I’ve created a Google Site and a Google Group to help support the lessons in the workshop. Here is my reflection on the first
Richard Byrne posted this article on his blog. This is a great explanation of each type of web document. There are some great examples at the bottom of the chart (Google Spreadsheet). Here is a direct link to the chart:
Google Goggles lets anyone with a camera-phone take a picture of text and use it for searching the web. It’s awesome for storing business card information, without having to manually enter in the text. It also identifies a variety of
Havelock and Zlotolow (1995) defined change agents as “solution giver,” “process helper,” and “resource linker” (pp. 9-10) Solution Giver: How do we collaborate with professionals and other classrooms in our schools and around the globe? How do we quickly facilitate
Here is a link to subscribe to a bundle of feeds that I am currently subscribed to in my Google Reader, including Steve Dembo‘s list of Google Certified Teachers. The list has been very inspiring and growing fast.
There are some really intelligent ways to search Google. I take for granted the multitude of options for searching. Everyone “Googles”, here are some ways to dig deeper and smarter: http://www.google.com/intl/en/help/features.html Related Articles Search Google Docs, Emails And Sites