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Google Teacher Academy Coming

 The next Google Teacher Academy will be hosted in Washington DC on Wednesday, December 9, 2009.
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The next Google Teacher Academy will be hosted in Washington DC on Wednesday, December 9, 2009.

The Google Teacher Academy is a free professional development experience designed to help K-12 educators get the most from innovative technologies. The GTA is an intensive, one-day event (8:30 am -7:30 pm) where participants get hands-on experience with Google's free products and other technologies, learn about innovative instructional strategies, collaborate with exceptional educators, and immerse themselves in an innovative corporate environment.

50 outstanding educators from around the world will be selected to attend the GTA based on their passion for teaching, their experience as leaders, and their use of technology in K-12 settings. Each applicant is required to produce and submit an original one-minute video on either of the following topics: "Motivation and Learning" or "Classroom Innovation." Applications for the event in Washington, DC are due on Monday, November 9, 2009.

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