Engaging with the Local Community through Google at St. Albans City School

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In this webcast, hear directly from the Innovation Specialist at St. Albans City School in Vermont about how they use Google Apps for Education to transform learning and engage with the local community. From their early days as a Google Apps for Education school, St. Albans worked on creative projects using Google Tools to improve their town. With Google Maps and Google Earth, students at St. Albans plotted street light locations in the city in an effort to improve security. Today, students at St. Albans continue to work on a variety of projects through Google Apps for Education, such as improving local trails.

Attend this webcast to learn how St. Albans uses Google Apps as an integral part of their project-based learning curriculum.

Presented by:

  • Matt Allen, Innovation Specialist, St. Albans City School
  • Devin Regis, Program Manager, Google for Education

Duration: 1 Hr

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