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Using LucidCharts with Google Drive

Today I'm meeting with the high school staff to talk about my topic of the week. I have been working at aligning my topics with Marzano's key strategies since everyone is working on their iObservations anyway and using technology to support them is really handy.

I have all of my resources for the strategy over on my "Guides & Tutorials" page (UPDATED: The page has been removed), but several teachers this morning really like the versatility of Lucid Charts and its integration with Google Drive. So here is my tutorial video that I made for those teachers this morning. I have also posted it on my "Guides & Tutorials" page (UPDATED: The page has been removed) to make it easier to reference later. Feel free to share it with your students!

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