@alysasuh @sdteaching @jheil65 @seanfloyd I feel like we should use this for our project: Twitter Etiquette http://t.co/5S76A4vAg9
Last 20% post! Piano playing "success". And I used youtube to edit my video! http://t.co/8FYKyMD8EU #usdedu
Educator as Model Learner http://t.co/mXfeQCWfv5 http://t.co/aZzs8VUgH7
#jdp10 Day 2 (April 3): creating a 'promise tree' for the environment & learning how to teach. http://t.co/Y8ko25VRFI http://t.co/OiixsIIeGN
Three Good Tools for Building Flipped Lessons That Include Assessment Tools http://t.co/WkfifcNNgK
@jheil65 Stumbled upon this book in my AR lit review. Possible choice book for next year?
Google has made thousands of books available for use in K-12 classrooms through Google Play for Education.
The books in Google Play for Education range from classic works of literature to recent textbooks.
The online store now includes additional information about each app, including the target grade levels, subjects and supported Common Core standards. The goal of this change is to make it easier for teachers to find the apps best suited to their students' needs.