This latest GEG NZ Spotlight From the Classroom is focussed on the questions from the community. These questions have been grouped into these themes: Personalising learning Google Cardboard Using Google Plus and Google Hangouts Google Classroom An overview of and invite to the inaugural NZ Student Summit A big shout out to the guest speakers Angela Lee and Lisa Squire for their wonderful contributions. Also thanks to Nick Major for…
All children deserve an equal opportunity to education. But for some parents of children with disabilities, accessing good education can be challenging. In this video, a group of mums talk about their experience with education.
This video by Jay Shetty from the Huffington Post is really inspirational – take a moment to view it, pausing and noting some of the key messages (there are a lot of them!).
In this video describing how sharing works for Google Docs, the Google team explain how we used to share files prior to Google Apps (now called G Suite). These ideas also apply to the sharing of other aspects within the Google ecosystem.
The GEG NZ Hangout on Air – GAFE Summit is aimed at showcasing how the Google Educator Group for New Zealand are working to help other educators Learn, Share, Inspire and Empower one another. This hangout was part of a face to face presentation at the Google Apps for Education Summit held at Burnside High School recently.