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Updated by Katelyn Evans on Jul 06, 2017
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Technology Trends in Education

Below are some resources on three technology trends in education. The three technology trends I chose to explore are Google Classroom and apps, virtual field trips, and parent communication using various apps and social media sites. Feel free to watch the videos and read the text to learn more!

How Google Classroom Transformed an Elementary Classroom

How Google Classroom Transformed an Elementary Classroom

12 great ways to start using Google Classroom now

Google Classroom is a powerful yet simple place to manage everything you do with Google Apps in the classroom. Here's where I'm getting started with it.

Google Activities for the Elementary Classroom and Ways to Distribute Them

This is a list of my Google digital activities that can be used in the elementary classroom. Disperse to your students via Google Classroom, Google Drive Shared Folder, your Learning Platform, etc..

Get Outta Class With Virtual Field Trips

Take a tour of some of the best virtual field trips on the Web.

Discovery Education Virtual Field Trips

Discovery Education partners with districts to deliver a customized suite of tools to accelerate student achievement. Find out more about our digital content, professional development, assessment services, digital textbooks, and dynamic educator community today.

Ten of the best virtual field trips

To help educators save time, we've chosen these 10 virtual field trips based on their relevancy, depth and quality of resources, and potential for student excitement.

Parent Communication: Using Social Media

Blogs, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest can be valuable tools for keeping in touch with parents. Get tips on using these tools well.

10 Tips For Teachers To Connect With Parents Via Social Media

10 Tips For Teachers To Connect With Parents Via Social Media

Parent Communication Toolbox

While each school community is unique, there's a wide range of digital tools to keep parents involved when face-to-face communication isn't possible.

Schools Are Using Social Networking to Involve Parents

Through Twitter feeds, Facebook pages, and text messages, districts are giving parents news and information about their children's schools.