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Hacking Google for Education: 99 Ways to Leverage Google Tools in Classrooms, Schools, and Districts (Hack Learning Series) (Volume 11) Paperback – May 4, 2017
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"Hacking Google for Education will supply you with countless tools to help not only your students but colleagues in using Google to improve learning. The tips provided by the authors and their PLN (Personal Learning Network) will make your work easier and you will be able to get more accomplished."
"Hacking Google for Education is the perfect resource for educators new to using Google to engage students, streamline grading, and collect data to drive classroom learning. The easy-to-implement tips and curated tools for educators provide readers with a guided support system for immediate application."
"Hacking Google for Education provides simple, yet effective methods for maximizing ones use of Google through a micro to macro lens in the educational landscape. Currie, Krakower and Rocco provide much more than problems and hacks, but rather guide educators to Google solutions that can be IMMEDIATELY implemented in all educational settings."
"Connected educators have long sought a comprehensive resource for implementing blended learning with G Suite. Hacking Google for Education superbly delivers with a plethora of classroom-ready solutions and linked exemplars."
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With that out of the way, I must say this book is solid. It provides some wonderful information and tips for getting the most out of Google’s apps both in and out of the classroom. I would recommend it to anyone looking to ether get their feet wet in using Google’s apps for education, or anyone looking to take their skills to the next level.