Search, Meetings, and Hiccups – The Week in Review

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These were the weeks most popular posts:.
Annotations, Games, and Audio – The Month in Review.
Two Search Refinement Tips That Helped My Students Today.

How to Make Sure Students Arent Unsupervised in Google Meet Video Calls.
How to Use Google Calendar to Book Zoom Meetings.

Daddy, What Are Hiccups?

How to Make a Copy of a Google Doc That Isnt Directly Shared With You.
Why My Dogs Have Email Addresses and Your Dog or Cat Should Too.

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