Workbench has joined Google!

Chris Sleat

Chris Sleat
Chris Sleat is the founder and CEO of Workbench. He started Workbench to help provide educators with resources to engage students in authentic learning experiences.

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Workbench acquired by Google

Posted by Chris Sleat on Nov 27, 2018 10:38:27 AM

The Workbench team is thrilled to announce that we are joining forces with Google. Our core mission has always been to engage learners and educators through shared, meaningful lessons and tools that they can make their own. As a part of Google, we will be better positioned to achieve this mission!

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Tags: teaching hands on, teaching with projects, projects for high school, projects for middle school, lessons, content

Teach with projects in your classroom, school, and district.

Have you been trying to incorporate hands-on teaching and learning? Are you seeing some success but wanting to do more or running into challenges around time constraints, content creation, and alignment to standards? Workbench can help. Learn how other teachers, schools, and districts are using Workbench to engage students and get results that matter.

Do more with:

  • Easy content creation and sharing
  • Library of standards-aligned projects
  • Integrated programming tools
  • Connections to Google Classroom and more

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