Around the summer of 2014 Google launched a new app specifically for education, Google Classroom. If you are a Google Apps for Education (GAFE) school, you very well may want to give this a try.
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So the year is 2016. Elementary and middle school students are learning to code online. My junior-level Introduction to Programming course students are learning to code online. What about my senior AP Computer Science students? Nope. Well, not until now. However, its not simple.
Educational instruction strategies seem to trend as often as teenage fashion styles; keeping up with them can be difficult. One of the latest trends is the “flipped classroom”. Another, like the lite version of the flipped classroom, is aptly named, “blended instruction”. What do these mean?
Selecting a student information system (SIS) is a wildly difficult task for so many reasons. Administrators, staff, and teachers all have their own opinion about your choice. Now, students and parents have opinions too. In 2013 our school chose RenWeb. Let me share our story.
In the early months of 2013, I made a daring move at my school, I made the move to Google Apps for Education. It proved to be a very big change for the staff and faculty; a change that we are still working through today (about one and a half year later). However, the change was a beneficial and necessary one. Here is our story.