Great successes all around! I have been in many classes this week and seen several of you implementing Google Classroom very successfully. Great job! I have seen Alicia Conte's High School foreign language class receiving individual documents working on projects, "turning them in", while she would grade them, return the document and then the student would resubmit it for a final grade. Eileen McKegney in her Middle School Social Studies Class began her Explorer Report with her 7th grade students and Ev Johnson is using Classroom in her Information Literacy class for her first mini research project about science and history topics of their choice. This was inspirational because the students could see who turned in their work on the smart board when they completed the assignment. To all the rest of you using Google Classroom that I did not acknowledge, please INVITE ME TO YOUR CLASS by signing up for a time to meet with me through tuckahoe.youcanbook.me.
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