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Google Docs in Plain English

Google Docs in Plain English
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Limits on sharing - Google Drive There are limits to the number of people with whom you can share Google documents, files, and folders and how many people can simultaneously collaborate: Only 50 people can edit a document, spreadsheet, presentation, or drawing at the same time. Additional users will still be able to view the item, but they won't be able to edit it, and they won't be visible to others working on the item. There is also a certain limit on the number of people who can view a file at the same time. A single Google document, file, or folder can only be shared with 200 email addresses including viewers, commenters, and editors (doesn't apply to public items). If you share a folder with a large number of people, you may notice a delay while permissions changes are applied to each item inside. Tips for sharing files and folders with a broad audience

Sound Project 2014 Join us, won't you, for a national colloaboration on integrating music into the classroom culture. SP14's project mission is to produce music compilations for classroom use. Specifically, we're looking for songs from FreePlayMusic that will help students become more productive. Music Central Links: For more info on FPM, check out the Free Play Music page or watch the FPM how-to video. Production Music Here's a two-age PDF that helps to clarify the music we're trying to find on FPM. SP14 Edition #00 [PDF 2 pages - 227KB] Collaborative Effort As opposed to one teacher trying to find 100 effective songs, it makes more sense if twenty teachers submit a five-song playlist. SP14 Edition Downloads Just click on the links in the Editions nav column to the right and you'll be able to download each edition. Submit a Playlist Send me an email--soundproject2014[at] the track title, duration, and volume title for each song in your list.

8 Wonderful Blooms Taxonomy Posters for Teachers Today's selection features some of the most popular Blooms Taxonomy visuals I have shared this year. None of these visuals is my own creation so make sure you contact their own owners for re-use. Enjoy 1- Bloom's Revised Taxonomy of Learning from Anethicalisland 2- This one is from iLearntechnology 4- Another Bloom's Taxonomy wheel but this time from Electric Educator 5- This one here is from iLearntechnology 6- Another beautiful visual from iLearntechnology 7- Another one from iLearntechnology Must Have Resources on Teaching Online Safety Internet has become an integral part of our students learning. They use it for searching, connecting, socializing, and communicating.There is no way we can control what our students are doing online no matter how hard we try. It is funny when you enter a school and find that certain websites ( YouTube for instance ) is banned there. Why would students access YouTube through their schools desktops while they have their own mobile gadgets to use whenever and wherever they want. This is a flawed strategy and , unfortunately, is not how we can keep our students from harms way. Students digital safety is not dependent on a strict ban of certain websites, it is rather an outcome of a fruitful and collaborative awareness process in which students take part in learning how to : Teaching online safety is not an easy task but it is not impossible. 1- Free Tools and Resources about Internet Safety 2- Google Good to Know: Everything you Need to Know about Staying Safe 8- The Core Rules of Netiquette

2013-14 DE CCSS Leadership Academy - home Education - Special Education - iOS The 2014 Honor Roll: EdTech’s Must-Read K–12 IT Blogs Every year, thousands of educators flock to annual conferences to hear what the best and brightest minds of the industry are up to. But what if you could hear from these luminaries every day? That's part of what makes our latest list of the top 50 K–12 ed tech blogs special. We're lending a spotlight to some of the biggest conversation starters in educational technology today. These bloggers represent nearly all aspects of K–12 education, from teachers and administrators, to strategists and technicians. Through their influential work and their blogs, these thought-leaders have garnered hundreds if not thousands of fans. The majority of these blogs are new to EdTech: Focus on K–12's honor roll. If your blog is on our list, be sure to grab a Must-Read IT Blog badge for your site. 2 Cents Worth Read the blog: Ask a Tech Teacher The world of education technology can be intimidating. Read the blog: Brilliant or Insane Read the blog: Twist