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The Great Learning Management System Debate: Featuring Canvas, Schoology and Google Classroom

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Geared toward K-12 education, it provides teachers with the ability to create assignments, track student progress, collect student work, assign grades, and manage the classroom efficiently and effectively. These include, but aren’t limited to: Google Drive, Turnitin, Respondus, Quizlet, Playposit and more! Google Classroom. Why consider Google Classroom? Google has prided itself on its simplicity and Google Classroom is no different.

Illuminate Education Joins Google for Education Partner Program as a Premier Partner

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Illuminate Education, a leading K-12 Education Intelligence Platform (EIP), today announced it has been certified as a Google for Education Premier Partner. As part of the partnership, Illuminate Education also selected Google Cloud Platform to power the Illuminate EIP. The collaboration will create interoperability with Google Classroom, streamlined navigation for users, and enhanced insights to drive personalized learning.

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Thwart Tech-Savvy Quiz Takers with Locked Mode

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For educators who like to create their own assessments, platforms like Google Forms have been a godsend. . Unfortunately, these technologies also come with their own challenges. Many schools have resorted to expensive and clunky classroom management software to help monitor behavior while students engage with technology. Google now has a better solution. MORE FROM EDTECH: Check out how technology can help teachers mitigate bad behavior in the classroom.

What is Cheating in the Digital Age?

Tech Helpful

According to the Techopedia website, hacking is the ability to break into a system ( [link] ) but every single day as an instructional technologist I sit at my desk and wish for different educational platforms to be able to do certain things they cannot and I look for add-ons (or hacks) to make it happen. Today's students have not ever lived without the Google search engine. And is it that the students see the disconnect better than the educators do?