There are a lot of smart people in the world and I'm constantly learning from them.  Visit these guru's sites to expand your knowledge of how Google can support you in the classroom.  If you have a guru to add to the list, please create a comment.
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100+ Google Hacks for Teachers http://www.teachhub.com/google-teachers-100-tricks Did you know that you can bypass the school's filter to access a cached copy of a website? Or search within a website like wikipedia to find exactly what you're looking for? This list of tips and tricks will help you find solutions to Google problems you didn't even know you had. Website 
20 Time in Education | Inspire. Create. Innovate. http://www.20timeineducation.com/ One way to teach autonomy that is quickly catching fire throughout education is the concept of 20-Time. The concept is simple. Allow students 20% of class time, or one hour per week, to work on and explore one topic of their choice. Blog 
Chrome Story http://www.chromestory.com/ All things Chrome updated hourly. Website 
Control Alt Achieve http://www.controlaltachieve.com/p/services.html Eric Curt's resources from his many Google workshops at regional and national conferences. Definitely worth checking on a monthly basis. Blog 
Ditch That Textbook http://ditchthattextbook.com/ Matt Miller's take on going paperless in the 21st century Blog 
Free Tech for Teachers http://www.freetech4teachers.com/ Richard Byrne's take on the edtech landscape. Blog 
friEDTechnology http://www.friedtechnology.com/ Awesome resources and ideas...every Friday. Blog 
Genius Hour Resources | Engage their Mind https://engagetheirminds.com/genius-hour-resources/ Genius Hour is a time given during the school day to allow students to follow their passions and learn about topics that interest them. My gifted 5th graders participate in this project, and present their learning when they are ready. This page is devoted to sharing some of the resources I’ve collected over the past two years with anyone else who is interested in starting a classroom Genius Hour. Blog 
Google Chrome Blog http://chrome.blogspot.com/ The official Google Chrome blog by the Google Chrome Team at Google. Blog 
Google for Education Blog http://googleforeducation.blogspot.com/ Official blog of GAFE. Blog 
Google for Work Blog http://googleforwork.blogspot.com/ The official word on Google at Work. Blog 
HyperDocs Defined YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMWZYrMiorSMSwqYMg72j0YDESYDRPOke Learn more by watching how teachers are discovering the power of hyperdoc teaching. Playlist 
Infinite Thinking Machine http://www.infinitethinking.org/ Inspiring creativity & innovation in public schools. Website 
Kathy Schock's Guide to Everything http://www.schrockguide.net/ The first of the edtech bloggers...still relevant! Website 
Official Google Blog http://googleblog.blogspot.com/ All things Google by those that know. Blog 
OMG! Chrome http://www.omgchrome.com/ A tongue-in-cheek rant and rave on all things Google Chrome. Website 
Ramsay Musallam - Cycles of Learning http://www.cyclesoflearning.com/ Featured TED speaker, mastermind in engaging students. Website 
Shake Up Learning http://www.shakeuplearning.com/ Kasey’s website and blog, ShakeUpLearning.com, provides teachers and educators with digital learning resources, tech tips and tricks, and classroom technology integration ideas. Here you will find great resources for Google apps, including guides and cheat sheets, mobile learning and apps, iPad tips, and social media tips for educators. Blog 
Teacher Tech http://www.alicekeeler.com/teachertech/ So many great ideas on using the Google Apps to support education. Blog 
Teaching with Hyperdocs http://hyperdocs.co/ HyperDocs, a transformative, interactive Google Doc replacing the worksheet method of delivering instruction, is the ultimate change agent in the blended learning classroom. With strong educational philosophies built into each one, HyperDocs have the potential to shift the way you instruct with technology. They are created by teachers and given to students to engage, educate, and inspire learning. It’s not about teaching technology, it’s about using the technology to TEACH. Website 
Teach Like a Pirate with Dave Burgess http://www.daveburgess.com/new/category/blog/ From the author of Teach Like a Pirate Blog 
Tech Tools by Subject & Skill http://edtechteacher.org/tools/ This site by the EdTechTeacher team lists many resources organized by content area or the skill you're trying to address with students. It is an amazing repository of vetted resources sure to be a one-stop shop. Website 
The Thinking Stick http://www.thethinkingstick.com/ Jeff Utecht's Blog on Ed Tech, Learning, and Innovation Blog 
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