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Connective Learning with Google Tools in Education
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As we explore the tools above, consider the following:
What is it? How does it work? What's special about it?
How might it be useful for educators and students?
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Associate Multiple eMails with Your Google Account
Log in to your Google Account anywhere.
Click on "Edit" next to "Personal Information" in the left hand column
Under "Associate email addresses with your account" type a new address next to "Add an additional email address:"
Press "Save" and repeat for each address you want associated with the account.
Google Tools Tutorials:
TinyURL - http://tinyurl.com/
Mailinator - http://mailinator.com/
Web Country Codes - http://goes.gsfc.nasa.gov/text/web_country_codes.html
Projects That Pop - Google Site Used in FISD
November Learning - Information Literacy Resources
Discover Google. It’s more than just an ordinary search engine. Learn how to tap Google’s free online toolset and knock down the walls of any classroom, engage students and make connections in new and exciting ways. During this session teachers will build robust tools that can immediately be used in the classroom. Develop a custom search engine based on a particular subject area or unit of study. Create an interactive map for a literature, history, math or science class. Have students take part in a collaborative writing exercise with a shared writing tool. With these and other open-ended tools, the options are endless.
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