You're Invited: Learning with Google
If you haven't already, be sure to register for Learning with Google, a global event on February 17-18. Join us to see how teaching & learning has evolved around the world, hear about product launches and updates, and learn more about what's to come from Google for Education.

Sign-up: Google for Education Product Training Series
Check out our 21-part product training series that covers a range of topics across G Suite, G Suite Enterprise for Education, and Chrome / Chromebooks. Join us live or watch on demand. See the full schedule & register on our series website.

CS First Classroom compatibility and updates
CS First is now compatible with Google Classroom, which means teachers can sync their accounts, import class rosters, and create assignments from CS First. Check out these and other new features available now by signing in to your CS First teacher account.

Updates to Videoconferencing on Chromebooks
No matter how today's students are learning — at home, in a hybrid model or in school — they deserve a clear connection to educators and classmates. Making sure devices can handle video conferences all day while running various apps and software that require a lot of power is incredibly important. That's why we've been focused on improving Chromebooks, so they can work harder in the background as teaching and learning proceed smoothly.

Explore the Google Classroom Video Series
We're so excited to launch our new Google Classroom video series to help educators solve key teaching and learning challenges with Google Classroom (not how-to tutorials!). There are 60 videos in 9 languages & we'll continue to add - check it out.

New Black History Month Lessons from Applied Digital Skills
In honor of Black History Month, the Applied Digital Skills team has launched a new collection of lessons to help your students learn about and celebrate Black history, culture, and identity, all while learning new digital skills. Get started today!

Be Internet Awesome presents Safer Internet Day 2021
Join Be Internet Awesome on @googleforedu Twitter and Facebook for the 7-Day Internet Safety Challenge - promoting online safety all week long. We'll share four new activities and tools for educators to use with their students.

Catch up on EDU in 90
If you're short on time, but looking for the latest news, be sure to check out our EDU in 90 series and subscribe to the Google for Education YouTube channel for future episodes.

Minecraft Education on Chromebooks in Jefferson County Public Schools
With more than 100,000 students, Jefferson County Public Schools is Kentucky's largest school district. See how they've been using Minecraft: Education Edition on Chromebooks across the curriculum to keep students engaged during remote learning, and ensure every student has access to learning.

Code.org celebrates Black Voices in Computer Science
Although computer science is foundational to every industry and field of study, representation and participation in CS is still far from balanced. Watch and share this inspiring video from our partner Code.org, advocating for greater access to CS education for Black students.

Arts & Culture: Blob Opera
From Google Arts & Culture's Lab and artist David Li comes Blob Opera. Exploring the original musical instrument: our voice. Play four opera voices in real time. Explore pitch then record and share your musical composition. No singing skills required.

Arts & Culture: Preserving Egypt's Layered History
Brings to life the archaeological discoveries, the archaeologists and preservation processes. With stories, 3D and AR models, Quizzes, videos, virtual tours and Choose Your Own Adventures, the project brings the treasures of Egypt into the classroom.

Wakelet & Google for Education: Showcase Challenge
Get involved in the Wakelet & Google for Education: Showcase Challenge! Share your ideas for making the most of Google for Education tools and showcase your expertise inside a Wakelet collection to get your hands on our exclusive digital swag pack.

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