Do you know any administrators who might be interested in applying for a
Google Teachers Academy for administrators.

See below:

Happy Holidays, educators,

We know you're probably busy marking your final papers and getting your
classrooms in order before the holiday break, but we wanted to sneak in one
last message to you before you check out for the season.
We're very excited to announce our first ever Google Teacher Academy for
Administrators.  Since many of you have been asking for a GTA for Admins for
a while, we've decided to host the first one immediately preceding the ASCD
conference, on Friday, March 5th in San Antonio, Texas.  As you might know,
the Google Teacher Academy for Administrators is a FREE professional
development experience designed to help K-12 educational leaders get the
most from innovative technologies. Each Academy is an intensive, one-day
event where participants get hands-on experience with Google's free products
and other technologies, learn about innovative instructional strategies,
receive resources to share with colleagues, and learn how to apply examples
from our innovative corporate environment.  Potential applicants include
educational leaders or decision makers including (but not limited to) school
principals, assistant principals, state, county or district superintendents,
technology directors or coordinators, and CTOs who actively serve K-12
teachers and students.  For more information, please check out:
Apply before midnight, January 25th here:
And, for those of you who teach our future computer scientists and
developers, we have something else that might be of interest... Google I/O,
our annual developer conference, brings together thousands of web, mobile,
and enterprise developers for two days of highly technical content focused
on building the next generation of web applications. Next year's Google I/O
will take place on May 19-20, 2010 at Moscone West in San Francisco, CA. On
January 12th, we'll be opening registration for Google I/O to the public,
and as we have in the past, we'll be offering significantly discounted
pricing for Academia registrants (for K-12 and universities).

If you'd like to bring Google developer products and technologies like
Android, Chrome, Google Web Toolkit, Google APIs, etc. to your classroom,
register to attend Google I/O at Please note that
the Academia discount will be limited and available on a first come, first
serve basis, so we recommend registering in advance. To stay up to date on
Google I/O news, follow
Lastly,  for all you Google Apps users:  Want to keep up with latest and
greatest features released in the Google Apps products - Gmail, Calendar,
Sites, Docs, and more? Check out the Google Apps blog - You can also subscribe to get alerts by
email. To subscribe, visit

We won't take up any more of your precious pre-holiday time.  Please go and
enjoy your winter breaks and we look forward to seeing some of you in San
Antonio in March.
Here's to a peaceful and joyful new year to you, your families (both in and
out of your classrooms),

Cristin Frodella
Google K-12 Education Outreach
Google for Educators

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