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July 26, 2014

Weekly Resources for the end of July
What a week! On Monday, Samantha Morra gave a presentation at the Chromebooks and Common Core Symposium on "Extensions and Add-ons: Making Google Work for You." Greg Kulowiec led custom workshops in Lawrence and Mendon, Massachusetts plus Buffalo, New York. And, we wrapped up a great week of Summer Workshops in Cambridge with 2 new sessions from Beth Holland and Douglas Kiang as well as a returning favorite from Tom Daccord. Next week, marks the start of our inaugural EdTechTeacher Summit in Chicago while Suzy Brooks, Brenda Doucette, and Maggie Keeler wrap up our Cambridge Workshops. We still have more great learning opportunities in Austin and Los Angeles, so check out all of the Summer Agendas below and know that space is still available in many of our upcoming workshops.

Summer Workshop Agendas

We publish all of our Summer Workshop resources under the Creative Commons license. These sites are full of great resources, and we are happy to share.

Cambridge Workshops this week

Space still available in next week's Cambridge workshops along with workshops in Los Angeles and Austin. Find dates and locations on our Master Schedule.

ETT Summit Update

There are only a few days left until the EdTechTeacher Summit! Monday, July 28th, kicks off with  Pre-Conference workshops followed by the July 29-30 Conference. The full schedule for the ETT Summit is now online: ettsummit2014.sched.org. Conference attendees, you can now plan your entire conference schedule on your tablet, smart phone, or computer. Sessions are filling up quickly so make sure you arrive with plenty of time for seats! Not able to make the summit? Follow #ettsummit and this blog for up-to-the-minute updates, LIVE blogs, and photos from the event. Great resources will also be shared on our tagboard: tagboard.com/ettsummit

Articles from EdTechTeacher and Guest Bloggers

Just in case you missed some of our more recent posts, here they are!

Other Great Resources

  • NEW History Web Site: We recently redesigned our Teaching History with Technology website.
  • Apps for Every Device: Whether your students will have iPads, Chromebooks, Android tablets, or access to computers, we have app suggestions organized by learning activity.
  • What is GAFE? Check out our introduction to Google Apps for Education filled with resources to get you started using Google in the classroom.

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