Jen Wagner and Mark Samberg share how to use Google Spreadsheet in the classroom. As a result, Nags Head Elementary School is now gathering their lunch count using a Google Form - which dumps the results into a great spreadsheet.
So sorry it has taken me so long to post this audio. Real life keeps getting in the way.
This show came to be as a result of me wanting to automate our lunch count proceedure. I wanted to know the best way to use Google Spreadsheet/Forms to make it happen. Once again, Jen Wagner came to the rescue along with Mark Samberg and his great ideas.
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Brewster Bartlett, a NH high school teacher, shared information about the Road Kill Project that he started. Sheila Adams, a WCA intern, joined us to talk about her involvement in this web based project.
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