Your or account is a ‘Google Workspace for Education' account. Depending on whether you are a staff member, a PGCE student or an Ecolint student dictates how much time you have to get any content out of your…

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Sneak preview of Turnitin’s AI writing and ChatGPT detection capability for Education A live demo of Turnitin’s AI writing and ChatGPT detection capability from January → Speaker notes in Google Slides Speaker notes, in Google Slides, enable you to keep…

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Easy Accents add-on for Docs and Slides The Easy Accents add-on for Google Documents and Slides enables an easy-to-use panel that allows a very visible process of inserting characters with accents. To install the add-on follow these steps → Read…

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Using the Lenovo C13 Yoga Chromebook to make a video Most International School of Geneva - Campus des Nations staff have a Lenovo C13 Yoga Chromebook. These devices are capable of quickly and easily capturing video. As the devices are…

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Group Tabs in a minute Helpful minute-long video from Dean Stokes. [Chromebook] Ctrl + Alt + - To access every keyboard shortcut on your Lenovo C13 Yoga Chromebook with a Swiss french keyboard, press Ctrl + Alt + -. The…

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I write a (roughly) weekly newsletter. On a Tuesday, something not too long, four items in total, with the hope that you find something that you didn’t know and that is useful to you..

How do you know what you don’t know? It is about spreading some of the things that I am finding useful and sharing it in an easily accessible and digestible way.

The first item will be for all geography teachers and students based on bigger ideas and everyday geographies. The idea behind the second item is something that is more focused on the needs of IB DP geographers, educators and students. The third section is a quick update on something I am working on. The fourth and final item will be bit more random - often with a digital focus.

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