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Episode #24 - Back to School with Google Classroom

  We are back for season 2 of Untitled Podcast. In this episode, Carol and Travis share some of the recent Google Classroom updates you may find this year. Also, Travis shares how some Google Classroom settings in the Google Admin Portal work. Show Notes / Resources You can find Travis True on Twitter @travistrue. You can send Travis an email here You can find Carol Nelson on Twitter @mrscarolnelson. You can send Carol an email here Updates to know? https://www.controlaltachieve.com/2021/06/google-updates-summer2021.html Tips and Tricks - https://shakeuplearning.com/blog/google-classroom-tip-bookmark-the-classwork-page/ Verifying Teachers in Google Admin Console - https://support.google.com/edu/classroom/answer/6071551?hl=en&ref_topic=10301938#zippy=%2Cchange-a-users-role-from-student-to-teacher%2Cchange-a-users-role-from-teacher-to-student%2Cdecide-who-can-create-classes%2Cdecide-who-can-view-and-manage-guardians

Episode #3 - Josh Stock

Josh Stock is currently a 6th grade Language Arts teacher at Santa Fe Trail Middle School in Olathe, KS, and an Awesomeness Expert. He is also a co-chair of the Building Leadership Team during the Mercury phase of the school’s Kansans Can School Redesign project. In his free time, he hosts the Kansas Moonshot Podcast highlighting the amazing things educators are doing in their classrooms across the state of Kansas.

Josh writes for websites such as Edutopia, is a contributing author in The Best Lesson Series: Literature, and also writes on his blog, https://mrstockrocks.com. Josh loves getting great books into the hands of kids who want to read them. Over the past five years, he has given away over 4000 used books and 2500 new books to kids across the district.

Josh is also the author of the book Awesome Sauce: Create Videos to Inspire Students, Engage Parents and Save You Time, giving tips and tricks for creating videos for the classroom.

Josh was selected as one of the National School Board Association’s “20 to Watch” educational tech leaders in 2016, and received the Make IT Happen award from the International Society for Technology in Education in 2017. In 2018 he received the Emerging Young Educator award from ISTE. He has presented at conferences across the country including MACE, ISTE, and NCTE.





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Follow Josh on Twitter at @teachlikeaninja

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