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Are you ready to think INSIDE the box? Breakout EDU is a physical game kit and platform where students work together to solve various puzzles to open a locked box, similar to an escape room. You can use Breakout kits in every subject area and grade level. ... The online format allows teachers to track progress and set time limits for students. Breakout EDU has put together a collection of their free online games (K-12).  You can check them out at this LINK.  Some examples include (NOTE: visit the website link above to access these activities)
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15 Ways To Maximize Your Use Of Google Slides

I came across this amazing resource with 15 tips on how to maximize your use of Google Slides.  

There are 15 tips and endless resources on each one.  Shout out to all who contributed to this comprehensive resource and toAmanda Sandoval @historysandoval for sharing it.

CLICK HEREGOOGLE SLIDES to access this resource 

Search Your Google Drive right from Chrome!

Search Google Drive from Chrome

Drive file suggestions in Chrome allows users to search their Google Drive files directly from the Chrome URL bar, instead of Currently, this functionality is limited to files that users have previously opened in Chrome. Starting on December 16, 2019, users who restart their browsers will be able to search for any Drive files that they have access to, including ones they haven’t previously opened in Chrome.

Getting to Know G Suite Better

Getting to Know G Suite Better
Here are a few tools for the new and experienced user. The G Suite Welcome Center: The Welcome Center offers resources and a roadmap for users to get to know G Suite. This Center contains details on the Learning Center, help guides for each app, switching guides, our new Sheets Coursera course, and more.G Suite for Power Users: This page contains resources specifically curated for advanced users so they can get even more out of G Suite.G Suite Hack for power users: This training has five challenge tasks employees can complete at their own pace, giving them a fun way to learn about G Suite.

Google Sheets New Feature - Exploded Pie Graphs

Google Sheets New Feature - Exploded Pie Graphs

You can now “pull out” and highlight a slice from a pie or donut chart in Google Sheets. This feature gives you more ways to control the look of your charts and better display the most important data in Sheets.

This feature will be available by the end of the month.

Britannica: School Edition

Britannica School, a safe, up-to-date, and age-appropriate information resource for Elementary, Middle, and High School. Discover encyclopedia articles, multimedia, primary sources, games, and other learning resources that support student research and reinforce curriculum standards.
WECDSB students can gain free access to this resource through the Student Portal on the WECDSB website.  

Once students arrive, they can select content at an Elementary, Middle or High School Level.

Once students select a topic, there are multiple ways they can learn: read the articleview imageswatch videoslisten to the articletranslate to a different language

CS Education Week Starts Today!

Classrooms across the globe are trying out coding for 1 hour this week.  Why?  Coding helps our students develop skills that are valuable no matter what you do!  Computation thinking, problem-solving, self-directed learning, perseverance, brainstorming & collaboration are just a few that come to mind. There is something for everyone! Kindergarten Grade 2: Teacher Led Scratch Jr Activities
Example: Can I Make the Sun Set? : Students will get an introduction to programming by making a sun set over a city landscape 
Grade 3 - 8: Hour of Code: Code Your Hero CS First has a new activity where students get to Code their Own Hero.  Not only does this activity introduce our students to programming through self-directed videos, it's also a great connection into writing for a purpose, justifying your claim and identifying what qualities a hero has. Click the link below to try it out with your class. Hour of Code: Code Your Hero

Grade 9 and Beyond: Code Your Own Filter

Students love their filt…