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Online Training on Google Classroom Extends Educator’s Ability to “Go Green”

Edtech training leader Atomic Learning recently added training content on Google™ Classroom to its training library.
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Google Classroom is designed to help teachers create and collect assignments paperlessly. In this online training series, educators will learn about Classroom from both the teacher and student perspective, followed by some instruction for administrators. To see a sample of this training, visit http://atomiclearning.com/k12/google-classroom-training#.

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