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"Google It" means more than you think What if you could leverage the full potential of Google for Education? Google Classroom, Google Docs, and Google Apps are changing how we teach, learn and lead, and now more than ever, teachers, principals and district administrators must understand the power and role of Google in their spaces. Google Apps for Education has someth "Google It" means more than you think What if you could leverage the full potential of Google for Education? Google Classroom, Google Docs, and Google Apps are changing how we teach, learn and lead, and now more than ever, teachers, principals and district administrators must understand the power and role of Google in their spaces. Google Apps for Education has something for everyone G Suite -- Google Drive, Apps, Docs, Gmail, and all Google Tools -- is changing the landscape of progressive, technology-driven schools at a rapid pace that can be daunting. Google gurus Brad Currie, Billy Krakower, and Scott Rocco slow the pace and simplify the jargon with their all-in-one blueprint for everything you need to know about Google and how to use it at the classroom, school and district levels. If you could do more with Google than search, what would it be? Would you use Google Hangouts to connect students to cultures around the world? Would you finally achieve a paperless workflow with Classroom? Would you inform and engage stakeholders district wide through Blogger? Now, you can say Yes to all of these, because Currie, Krakower, and Rocco remove the limits in Hacking Google for Education, giving you 99 Hacks in 33 chapters, covering Google in a unique way that benefits all stakeholders. Learn Powerful Google Tips and Tools you may have never heard of Google Forms Chrome Browser Insights Flubaroo Flippity Google Cardboard Sheets Slides Screencastify g(Math) Extensions Google Maps Tours YouTube Insights Google Translate and many more Google Apps for Education and G Suite strategies The Formula makes it easy The 11th book in the Hack Learning Series, Hacking Google for Education provides What You Can Do Tomorrow answers for every question you have about leveraging the power of Google tools for your classroom, school and district. Read Today ... Google Tomorrow Grab your copy today, and start Hacking Google for Education.


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"Google It" means more than you think What if you could leverage the full potential of Google for Education? Google Classroom, Google Docs, and Google Apps are changing how we teach, learn and lead, and now more than ever, teachers, principals and district administrators must understand the power and role of Google in their spaces. Google Apps for Education has someth "Google It" means more than you think What if you could leverage the full potential of Google for Education? Google Classroom, Google Docs, and Google Apps are changing how we teach, learn and lead, and now more than ever, teachers, principals and district administrators must understand the power and role of Google in their spaces. Google Apps for Education has something for everyone G Suite -- Google Drive, Apps, Docs, Gmail, and all Google Tools -- is changing the landscape of progressive, technology-driven schools at a rapid pace that can be daunting. Google gurus Brad Currie, Billy Krakower, and Scott Rocco slow the pace and simplify the jargon with their all-in-one blueprint for everything you need to know about Google and how to use it at the classroom, school and district levels. If you could do more with Google than search, what would it be? Would you use Google Hangouts to connect students to cultures around the world? Would you finally achieve a paperless workflow with Classroom? Would you inform and engage stakeholders district wide through Blogger? Now, you can say Yes to all of these, because Currie, Krakower, and Rocco remove the limits in Hacking Google for Education, giving you 99 Hacks in 33 chapters, covering Google in a unique way that benefits all stakeholders. Learn Powerful Google Tips and Tools you may have never heard of Google Forms Chrome Browser Insights Flubaroo Flippity Google Cardboard Sheets Slides Screencastify g(Math) Extensions Google Maps Tours YouTube Insights Google Translate and many more Google Apps for Education and G Suite strategies The Formula makes it easy The 11th book in the Hack Learning Series, Hacking Google for Education provides What You Can Do Tomorrow answers for every question you have about leveraging the power of Google tools for your classroom, school and district. Read Today ... Google Tomorrow Grab your copy today, and start Hacking Google for Education.

30 review for Hacking Google For Education: 99 Ways to Leverage Google Tools in Classrooms, Schools, and Districts

  1. 4 out of 5

    Beth Hughes

    This is an amazing collection for anyone who is new to the world of Google. We have been a GAFE (Google Apps for Education) school for years, and I was looking for tools to bolster what we have already been using in our classrooms. This book, did not fit the bill. I gave it four stars, as it is an amazing resource for those who are just starting out in the world of Google apps for education. It would be five stars if it expanded on how to use each of the doors. for each of the tools. However for This is an amazing collection for anyone who is new to the world of Google. We have been a GAFE (Google Apps for Education) school for years, and I was looking for tools to bolster what we have already been using in our classrooms. This book, did not fit the bill. I gave it four stars, as it is an amazing resource for those who are just starting out in the world of Google apps for education. It would be five stars if it expanded on how to use each of the doors. for each of the tools. However for free, videos abound on YouTube with tutorials for anyone who wants to learn how to specifically use each one of the tips. So, this is a four-star resource for newbies to have in a personal library, as all of the tools are in the same book. However in order to know how to implement them, additional research will be needed for beginners. For those of you who are well-versed in the world of GAFE, this is not the book for you. There is very little in here that will be new to you, despite the 99 tips.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alex T.

    If you have no idea what Google is or the large family of products known as the G Suite or Google Apps and you work in education, this book is your quick reference guide to some of the most common tools available. Be warned, however, that some of the tips and tricks may not work if your district has strict control of devices and applications! (For example, I cannot install any add-ons to my Google products; that has to go through my district technology department.) All in all, though, a good refe If you have no idea what Google is or the large family of products known as the G Suite or Google Apps and you work in education, this book is your quick reference guide to some of the most common tools available. Be warned, however, that some of the tips and tricks may not work if your district has strict control of devices and applications! (For example, I cannot install any add-ons to my Google products; that has to go through my district technology department.) All in all, though, a good reference guide for those who are new to Google!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Brian McCann

    Perfect resource for all Google users from the novice to the seasoned. Validated some of my current practices as well as help me develop a specific action plan for improvement. Terrific use of my time. This will quickly become my go-to book. Love the use of QR codes as well.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    The only reason I give this four stars is because of the focus on Chromebooks (my district utilizes iPads). Nevertheless, the book is chock full of quick tips for teachers, classrooms and districts to make the most out of the GAFE utilities available at our fingertips.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sandra

    Good ideas in here. Not all that worked for me as an art and library teacher but good hints I can pass onto my fellow teachers.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kelly White

    Great resource for the use of Google in the classroom.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Cottrell

    Some hacks were too basic for me, but I did learn some tips that I can utilize in my teaching and organizing.

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