38 Ideas for Using Google Drive in the Classroom

Here’s a very nifty infographic I came across in Google+ last week, posted by Chris Farinacci. It shows 38 Ideas for Using Google Drive in the Classroom.

38 Ideas for Using Google Drive in the Classroom

38 Ideas for Using Google Drive in the Classroom. Click image to embiggen.

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The Flappy Bird Triangle

The Flappy Bird Triangle. Pick any two.

Flappy Bird Triangle. Pick any two.

I saw a rough diagram similar to this floating around on le Facebook, so I thought I’d make a cleaner one. Enjoy! 🙂

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Broadband Internet Access in the Philippines: Slow and Expensive Because Reasons

“Here’s one thing that the Philippine media won’t tell you: Why Internet access in the country is still crappy, slow and expensive. It’s because of our protectionism and restrictive economic policies that repel or scare foreign investors and benefit only the oligarchs, cronies and politically connected corporatists.”

Broadband Internet Access in the Philippines: Slow and Expensive Because Reasons

Photo by Church Aldaba

Between 2010 and 2013, a handful of articles about the molasses-like state of Pinoy broadband have been published. Various forum topics on it have also been discussed. Since others have already done their homework and come up with very detailed TL;DR posts, here’s a shortlist of the more popular ones:
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How Lupang Hinirang Ought to Be Sung: Joey Ayala at TEDxDiliman

How Lupang Hinirang Ought to Be Sung: Joey Ayala at TEDxDiliman

How Lupang Hinirang Ought to Be Sung: Joey Ayala at TEDxDiliman

Joey Ayala shows us how Lupang Hinirang ought to be sung.

“You’ll never sing the national anthem the same way again.”

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