Jason Carroll

Win a Chromebook During Teacher Appreciation Week

This week kicks off Teacher Appreciation Week in the U.S., which is the designated time of year to say thanks for all of the hard work that educators put into helping today’s youth prepare for a successful future. While we should all appreciate teachers every day, Texthelp is joining in this week’s activities by offering a chance to win a Chromebook each day, and renewing every educator’s free subscription to the premium version of Read&Write for Google Chrome™.

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Just over a month ago Texthelp launched a new product called Teach for Google™, which has quickly gained hundreds of users that are participating in courses daily. For those not familiar, Teach for Google offers a fast-growing library of short, engaging courses with strategy overviews, ‘How To’ videos, templates, checklists and more to help educators get the most out of Google Apps for Education. You can check out a short overview video of Teach for Google here.

In the spirit of showing appreciation for hard working teachers, any educator who signs up to try Teach for Google during Teacher Appreciation Week will be entered into a daily drawing to win a Chromebook*.

Note that you will need a Google account to sign in. And while the two courses remain free forever, unlimited access to all 25 courses is available for only $20/year (discounts apply for district wide purchases). New courses, and updates to existing courses, will be added throughout the year.

Read&Write for Google Chrome Remains Free for Teachers

In addition, all educators who have registered to use the premium version of Read&Write for Google Chrome free will be happy to know that premium access has been extended for another year!

If you are a teacher and have not yet registered for free access you can simply complete the registration form on our website after you install the Read&Write for Google Chrome extension

This is just another way of saying thanks to all of the wonderful teachers out there.


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