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1 Storytelling with Text Messaging
The process is easy; you just copy and paste the appropriate shape to keep the conversation going.

2 Five Ways to Prevent Cheating on Your Google Form Quiz
Google Forms is a tremendous tool for organizing and automating digital quizzes. Here are five tips for designing “cheat proof” Google Forms.

3 Easy Peasy Guide to Capturing and Sharing Links to Screenshots
Here are some easy ways to capture and share screenshots of accomplishments.

4 Google Expands Support for Girls in STEM
Girl Powered workshops allow girls and boys to explore their interests and build robots alongside mentors in a supportive environment.

5 PBS Announces Free Media Literacy Micro-Credentials for Pre-K–12 Educators
Pre-K–12 educators who are interested in recognition for their media literacy skills can earn certification by completing eight free micro-credentials.

6 Innovative Tips to Share with Parents in a Minute
Short videos from @ WNETeducation focus on key topics related to early childhood learning and raising children.

7 Makerspaces A to Z: Human Algorithm DesignX
Algorithms to Live By explores an interdisciplinary way of thinking called human algorithm design to search for solutions to everyday challenges.

8 Curation Tools Are Key to Managing OER
Good OER repositories require curation tools to help teachers bring the best OER content into the classroom.

9 Class Tech Tips: How to Record Your Spark Video in Multiple Languages
Here’s a strategy to support families, students, and community members who speak more than one language.

10 TED Ed: How the Food You Eat Affects Your Brain
Animated video lets students see how various foods help their body and brain function.