Author: Gaggle

Ideas,
News &
Advice

for K-12 educators and
administrators to help
create safe learning
environments.

Gaggle Speaks
Bring on the Blogs

Now that the school year is nearly half way over, we know that you and your students have been busy creating and producing all sorts of exciting content. We also know that capturing that content and sharing those ideas can be a challenge. Bulletin boards, open house events and newsletters are some of the ways...

11/18/2013

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Progressive Learning: Gaggle Stays After School…or Comes in Early

Long time Gaggle customer Progressive Learning is a mentoring/tutoring program that is available in select schools, offering supplemental educational services either before or after school. Progressive Learning pre-tests students to identify gaps and then spends the duration of the program helping students overcome those gaps. They have a solid track record of success, often able...

11/14/2013

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Safely Enhancing Student Learning with Online Learning Tools

While Duyen Blanton, IT Director at Sabine Pass ISD in Texas, knew that Gaggle did email, she didn’t realize Gaggle did so much more. When she started looking for new options for the district’s cloud storage solution, she was surprised to find that Gaggle’s storage solution was up to the challenge. “With Gaggle, we get...

11/12/2013
Don't Google without Gaggle

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“Don’t Google without Gaggle”

Gaggle now offers a complete integration with Google Apps for Education. The Gaggle-Google integration turns Google into a full-featured learning platform designed specifically for the unique requirements of K-12. This new solution combines Gaggle’s proven system for protecting students and a seamless integration of both companies’ productivity tools. With Gaggle, Google can truly be a...

10/24/2013
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Back to School with iPads and Gaggle: Capture Learning in Real Time!

In the past, allowing students to use digital photography and video in the classroom meant teachers had to allot time for the retrieval of media, make decisions on where to store that media, and then ensure students could easily access it when needed. This workflow of image and video retrieval could sometimes slow down the...

09/16/2013