But I sure know where I've been.....and here I go again. Back to Houston for the third time in two months. The first two times were for #edcamphouston and #edcampwaller. This time I am going to the Texas Google Summit in the Woodlands, Texas. I have NO IDEA where that is....or where I am going tomorrow. Wish me luck.
My presentation will be Getting Googley With Your iPad. I love how there have been MAJOR app switches since Wednesday. That pretty much shoots down a lot of what I had ready. So here I sit trying to learn the new apps in a short amount of time. Here are the two apps I look to go over as I think they are the most important Google Apps for the iPad:
Google Drive is one of the most important tools that teachers need to utilize. I don't know how I used to live without Drive. I collaborate on our Techlandia Podcast notes with Curt and Alison every week on Google Drive. We can share, edit, and work on documents at the same time. If I am having a busy week, Curt or Alison can see the doc and fill in as needed. The app has many tricks that I plan to show.
Google Hangouts are the crown jewel of Google+. Again, we could NOT do our podcast without Google Hangouts On Air. It is an amazing tool to use with students, teachers, and your family. I am desperately trying to learn this app so I can show it off tomorrow.
You can click the link above to see all that is going on, and follow the hashtag #txgoo on "The Twitters." If you are attending and come to my session, I will be giving away 20 apps to lucky random attendees. Hope to see you there!