Jennifer Scott on episode 367 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast
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Jennifer Scott saves her school tens of thousands as they make their yearbook with Google Slides. She’ll also announce a giveaway of her new course that teaches you how to do it. Let’s dig into making yearbooks with Google Slides!
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- Create a low-cost, printed yearbook with Google Slides by Jennifer Scott [Blog Post]
- How to Make a Google Slides Yearbook – The Course that teaches you how. Listen to the show! We are giving away one license to this course!
- Kasey Bell’s 8 Great Ways to Use Google Slides
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Jennifer Scott – Bio as submitted
In the year 2000, the promise of educational technology lured Jennifer Scott to the pre-teen turmoil of junior high school. And, while the technology has changed since then, the desire to use technology to empower students and teachers has not. Jennifer is a 7th Grade English, history, and yearbook teacher at Compton Jr. High School in Bakersfield, California and a #Mex16 Google Innovator whose project was to teach others how to create yearbooks in Google Slides. Most recently, Jennifer was selected as a #Mex18 Google Innovator Coach.
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