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Wow - watch the rise and fall of the 10 biggest cities in the World since 1500. A lot of research can be done to explain the how and why behind the rise and fall of these cities. @Flipgrid would be an amazing tool to allow students to share their findings.https://t.co/ztTo6il7MG https://t.co/qcvMCX264e— Brad Dale (@bradjdale) March 23, 2019
Add audio comments within your Google Classroom using the #TalkandCommentApp! @GoogleForEdu #voicenotes #extension pic.twitter.com/2jJoDkpxrS— Alfonso Mendoza Jr., M.Ed. (@TechTeacher1381) October 29, 2019
The Great Thanksgiving Listen is Back!https://t.co/lNj9pW3o0i pic.twitter.com/qZtKUBVhKO— Richard Byrne (@rmbyrne) November 1, 2019
"Do you want to build a turkey" with Google Slides? Decorate a turkey in Google Slides and have students write about their turkey as well.A big thank you to @bethkingsley13 for creating and @ericcurts for sharing.https://t.co/w4JQM7utPV pic.twitter.com/acy4Jr2KkL
— Brad Dale (@bradjdale) November 14, 2017
Take care,Disguise a turkey! In this Google Slides template students try to disguise their turkey so he will be safe from becoming the Thanksgiving dinner.Big thank you to (Eric Curts) @ericcurts for posting on his site and (Kelly Costa) @costasecond for creating. https://t.co/2nEKCwjVhc pic.twitter.com/yfhOROMDkb
— Brad Dale (@bradjdale) November 15, 2017