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Google Glass: Opening Eyes In All Fields

Editor’s Note: This is the second guest post from BHS students who have experimented with Google Glass. I’d like to point out that this post was the collaborative and voluntary effort of the students. After finding out that we had a pair of Google Glass, the students of Mr. Wood’s AP Biology class approached me…

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Applying Filters & Labels in Gmail

Staying on top of email can be challenging for everyone. Fortunately, Gmail provides a way for you to keep your inbox organized and ultimately down to zero. Google Filters: Applying filters in Gmail allows you to automatically┬álabel, archive, delete, star, or forward your mail. Here are the steps to apply a filter: Step 1: With…

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BHS AP World History: Mongol Trial Through Glass

Ashay Lokhande and Michelle Sahagian both had the opportunity to wear Google Glass as they performed a cross examination of witnesses and delivered the closing argument during Ms. Fishel’s AP World History Mongol trial project. When I entered Ms. Fishel’s class with Glass and asked who wanted to try it, almost every student in the…

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Google Glass Makes its Debut at BHS!

Burlington is excited to have the opportunity to experiment with Google Glass. The first teacher at Burlington High School to use Glass is Chemistry teacher Holly Potters. Using Glass, Mrs. Potters recorded a double replacement lab for her students to observe. The advantage of using Glass for this experiment, as opposed to an iPad, is…