If You Don’t Know, Google It

Before reading this, I want you to understand that I am fully aware of the irony in this post.

I am not writing about students who need to be better at “Googling” information, I am talking about teachers. How many times do teachers give up on using technology because they are not sure how to make something work and they don’t want to ask someone? My guess is that most things that people want to do with a particular program or app in a classroom has been thought of before. I would also guess that many of those things that have been thought of have a solution. Often times, it is simple to find that solution. You can simply type what you are looking for in a Google search. I am personally pretty good at this technology stuff *pats self on back*, but there are dozens of times where I am using Google to find a solution. It is a powerful tool when you know how to use it.

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