A new way to communicate

Happy April Fools Day from Google – better than ever!

Mark Rennick explained on Digital Citizenship in Schools that he was able to make good use of this Google prank:

I just used it to illustrate to a class of Yr. 6 students the perils of believing something just because it is on the net and a brand name stamped on it. I actually had them up practicing the movements. The look of disbelief on some faces when I told them they had been pranked was priceless.

Ahh Friday afternoon library lessons……..

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