Who’s winning the classroom? Apple, Google, or Microsoft?

It’s terribly confusing, but perhaps no coincidence, that three of the world’s most prominent consumer technology companies—Apple, Google, Microsoft—each boast a “Classroom” tool aimed at K-12 educators and students. After all, what better way to secure a foothold in the market than impressing one’s brand to future consumers at a …

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Google Classroom for Parents, Google Cast, and email management- Top 3 for the week

Google Classroom How to invite parents Some tips on inviting guardians to your Google Classroom. How to use Google Cast for Education Wirelessly share your projector with your students with Google Cast. Managing your email effectively – your inbox is not an organizational tool Email isn’t that bad, especially if …

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Google Classroom, Twitter tips, highlighting rows – Top 3 posts for the week

Google Classroom: Guardians Who Need a Google Account – Teacher Tech Great information on setting up parents to access their child’s information on Google Classroom. Twitter tips for new users Some basic information for those teachers just starting out with Twitter. Highlight rows in Google Sheets with conditional formatting Go …

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