Google resources

There are so many very good Google resources available for classroom use.

Of course, to find them all, you could “Google” them.

Or, you could rely on the efforts of others to collect and share resources.  This is the case with a Symbaloo created by Annette Sapp.

Like all Symbaloos, it’s just a matter of finding a button that has the content you desire and clicking it to launch the resource.  No matter what level of experience you have, there’s always room to learn some more.

If you don’t have a Symbaloo account, it’s well worth creating one.  There are so many great ways to use it and it’s a perfect launchpad for students to get to resources that you’ve chosen.

You can access this one “Google Classroom/GAFE” right now.  Make sure that you share it with your Google-using colleagues.

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