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Workshop Webinar on Google Connected Classrooms

I am finally working on getting caught up on record the screencasts for my workshops from the past few weeks. Between the technology professional development day and then moving my office at the middle school, it has certainly not made it on to my to do list until now.

Here is my webinar on Google Connected Classrooms. If you are interested in getting your classroom set up or if you have a particular subject matter in mind, feel free to let me know and I will do whatever I can to make it happen.
Also, I started including a list of upcoming Google Connected Classroom virtual field trips and guest speakers in my weekly agenda to make it even easier for you to find out what is coming up. I hope it, and this video, helps! Let me know if you participate in one because I'd love to be able to share the cool stuff you are doing.

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