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Tonight we discuss Google Docs and it’s use in the classroom. We spend some time talking about the different versions (personal vs. apps for education), ways to collaborate, and some of the privacy settings. Show Host: Anne Truger (@atruger) Show contributors: Patrick Black (@teachntech00) Tricia Lazzaro (@tlazzaro11) Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
This week on Razor’s Ed we look at two topics. First the purchase of Skype by Microsoft. Is this the death nail of Skype, at least as we know it, and what does it mean for all those almost 12,000 Skype in the Classroom teachers? Second, we look at the question raised in the new book Search & Destroy, Why You Can’t Trust Google Inc. by Scott Cleland “Is Google Evil?” More importantly, if privacy is one of our concerns [...]
The EdReach contributors hash through the Facebook teacher firing fiasco, brought to you by the great state of Georgia! We also wade through Indiana’s controversial idea about hiring superintendents and educational leaders who have no formal education background. Are there appropriate times where hiring outside of the “Ed” pool can work? Blog Watch: We focus on Kristina Dell’s thoughtful and brilliant post in the Daily Beast on the negative effects from the trend to hold your student back from entering kindergarten. [...]