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32 Ways to Use Google Apps in Your Classroom

32 Ways to Use Google Apps in Your Classroom
June 24, 2014 Looking for some ways and tips to integrate Google Apps in your school or classroom? Julia Stiglitz has this wonderful presentation to help you out. Julia provides several examples and links on how to use each of Google products in your class with students. I have gone through this presentation a few times and pulled these notes for you. Make sure you follow Julia on Twitter to stay updated about her great work in Edtech. Google Docs Check out the full presentation from this LINK.

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