We had a phenomenal day of learning at the Google Teacher Academy in Boulder, Colorado. Here are all my notes from today:
- GTA Boulder Notes: Morning Part 1 – 2009
- GTA Boulder Notes: Morning Part 2 – 2009
- GTA Boulder Notes: Afternoon Part 1 – 2009
- GTA Boulder Notes: Afternoon Part 2 – 2009
- GTA Boulder Notes: Afternoon Part 3 – 2009
- Explorations with other Google Tools
I also recorded a 35 minute audio podcast reflecting on the GTA, which is available as a free podcast.
I’m looking forward to leading some Google Education Workshops in the months ahead. 🙂
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On this day..
- Mobile Media Scavenger Hunts with GooseChase - 2017
- Classroom Blogging Options (August 2015) - 2015
- Create Embeddable Twitter List with List.ly - 2014
- Michael Wesch on Seymour Papert and Constructionism - 2014
- Validation errors in a multimedia or enhanced EPUB eBook - 2011
- Create a Friend list on Facebook - 2010
- Explorations with other Google Tools - 2009
- GTA Boulder Notes: Afternoon Part 3 - 2009
- GTA Boulder Notes: Afternoon Part 2 - 2009
- GTA Boulder Notes: Afternoon Part 1 - 2009
Congrats, Wes!! What a thrill! I’ve been wanting to get Google-ized but manage to keep busy with other exciting stuff!
Best wishes on your Google journey,
Around the Corner
What an honor, congrats! I look forward to hopefully becoming part of this great community of GCTs! Again, congrats, Wes!
That’s awesome… and I’m jealous! Congratulations!
this is so boring. amazing how can google get attention for doing something like this. this is like microsoft office training 5 years ago. where is the new pedagogy? this was all about how to work with our tools. company like google should do be able to do more with the money they have available. look what microsoft is doing at http://www.microsoft.com/education/uspil/default.aspx .
Sorry to bore you, @romanca. If Microsoft is doing something similar to the GTA for their products I’d love to know about it– Please share the link.
Google is creating phenomenal tools and sharing them with the world– I’d love to see MS innovate in similar ways.
Congrats! This is on my prof dev To Do list. Do you know when the next session will be?
I am not sure, but when the application is available it will be posted on http://www.google.com/educators/gta.html. I’d guess they’ll do another one later in the fall, but I am not sure.