Google for Education’s goal is to equip students, teachers and schools with the tools and technology they need to succeed--and have fun along the way--by bringing technology to the classroom, in a low-cost, engaging way. We believe the best things about Google should be available for students to improve their learning experience and to grow their curiosity about the world through events like the Google Science Fair, programs like Google Expeditions and by informing teachers and administrators how we can bring these tools to their districts. 

Google for Education works with M Booth to manage our social media presence to connect with teachers, students and technology decision-makers at schools.

Here’s some of our best work from the year:

CS First

CS First program is a free afterschool program, created by Google for kids to learn about Computer Science. We brought these computer clubs to life on social.  

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MOMENTS

We celebrated education-themed moments like World Teacher’s Day and Palindrome Week by creating animated gifs that were also palindromes, and spreadsheets to share the love for teachers on social media. 

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INFLUENCER PARTNERSHIPS

By partnering with influencers like Physics Girl, we were able to promote STEM Education to an even broader audience and catch the attention of young women who should be a part of the scientific community. 

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GOOGLE APPS FOR EDUCATION

Google Apps for Education can improve the classroom experience for educators and students alike; by bringing these features to life on social, we’re able to help everyone understand just how powerful--yet easy to use--these tools can be.

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POLLS AND FOLLOWER ENGAGEMENT

By listening and being responsive to our audience, we demonstrated that they matter. We learned what educators wanted to know about (through polls and replies) and acted on those results in newsletters and with new features.

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