GOOGLE IT MEANS MORE THAN YOU THINK
In HACKING GOOGLE for EDUCATION: 99 Ways to Leverage Google Tools in Classrooms, Schools, and Districts, the 11th book in the Hack Learning Series, Currie, Krakower, and Rocco explore the possibilities in 33 Hacks, each containing ideas at the classroom, school, and district levels.
If you could do more with Google than search, what would it be? Would you use Hangouts to connect students to cultures around the world? Would you finally achieve a paperless workflow with Classroom? Would you inform and engage stakeholders district wide through Blogger?
G Suite for Education has established itself as the go-to set of apps for school districts across the country. It’s time to put those apps to work for every student, teacher, and administrator in your district.
Read it today — fix it tomorrow!
Teachers, students, and administrators now use many Google products on a daily basis, but as G Suite for Education continues to expand, there is so much more to learn. Best of all, you don’t even have to be in a G Suite district.
This book is for every educator and administrator, from those in G Suite districts to those looking to integrate Google for the first time.
When you learn how to hack Google you’ll be able to:
- Expand your use of G Suite for Education tools
- Enhance the classroom experience for your students
- Engage your school community
- Become a more productive educator
Grab a Sneak Peek at Hacking Google for Education
Take a few Google tools and strategies for a test drive. Click here to try them now.
How-to Videos from the authors provide a glimpse of what’s inside Hacking Google for Education
If you want your stakeholders to take Google beyond the search box, then it is time to Hack Google for Education. It is time to build a culture of productive, creative learning in your classrooms, schools, and districts.
Meet the Authors
Brad Currie is the co-author of Hacking Google For Educators (2017). Brad, the Supervisor of Instruction and Dean of Students for the Chester School District in Chester, NJ, is the NASSP 2017 Assistant Principal of the Year. He is also the Founding Partner for Evolving Educators LLC. Brad has been in education for over 15 years as a coach, teacher, and administrator. He is a 2014 ASCD Emerging Leader, Google Certified Educator, Google Education Trainer, author of All Hands on Deck: Tools for Connecting Parents, Educators, and Communities; Personalized PD: Flipping Your Professional Development; and 140 Twitter Tips for Educators. Follow Brad on Twitter, @BradMCurrie
Billy Krakower is the co-author of Hacking Google For Educators (2017). He is part of ASCD’s 2014 Emerging Leaders Class, a Google Educator and a Microsoft Office Specialist. Billy has also written Connecting Your Students with The World and Using Technology to Engage Students with Disabilities. He has presented on such topics as Connecting Beyond the Classroom, Twitter & You, Tech Tools to use for the PARCC, Google Hangouts, Edmodo and The Science Behind a Mystery Location Call. Follow Billy on Twitter, @wkrakower
Scott Rocco, Ed.D. is the co-author of Hacking Google For Educators (2017). Scott is a Superintendent in New Jersey, adjunct professor, co-founder/co-moderator of #Satchat on Twitter, an EdCampNJ organizer, presenter, and keynote speaker. He is dedicated to positively and productively engaging educators in a dialogue that improves student learning, enhances instruction, and creates effective learning environments for all who attend and work in schools. Follow Scott on Twitter, @ScottRRocco.
While you wait for Hacking Google for Education, check out other books in the Hack Learning Series.