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The Google Infused Classroom Paperback – July 15, 2017
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"Tanya and Holly speak my language! The Google Infused Classroom is the perfect marriage of sound pedagogy and digital tools. This book is a must-have for any Google--using educator. Inside you will find practical ideas to perfectly infuse your class with quality strategies and the power of G Suite!"
--Kasey Bell, digital learning consultant at ShakeUpLearning.com
"The Google Infused Classroom is a must-have resource for all classrooms ready to take digital learning to the next level. Holly and Tanya have created a unique book full of practical ideas and classroom examples that amplify student learning while beautifully combining good thinking with technology integration."
--Lisa Highfill, co-author of The HyperDoc Handbook
"This is THE book for teachers using tech right now. Read it if you're past the "here's how this tech works" phase and want to implement it effectively. Read it if you're just starting with Google in the classroom and you want to do it right. Basically, read it! This book is the happy combination of sound pedagogy and powerful classroom tech that we need so much right now."
--Matt Miller, author of Ditch That Textbook
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The Google Infused Classroom: A Guidebook to Making Thinking Visible and Amplifying Student Voice can help even the most seasoned educational veteran. As promised this book is packed full of ideas for helping students thinking become visual, providing a platform for every students voice to be heard and ideas for publishing their work. Adding a 5th C – Curation brought in ideas for metacognition which is the cement of learning – allowing student to better understand the content, who they are as learners and how they can apply their knowledge in the future (p.83) are life skills that will serve them well. If you are Techno Geek use this book to practice the number one life skill of self-evaluation and reflect on how and why you’re utilizing technology. As a Pedagogical Coach and 40 year veteran this book will be a great resource for the teachers I work with every day.
Shelley A.W. Roy
21Century Pedagogical Coach Gulliver Schools, Miami Fl