Join Doodle 4 Google for "Connected Classrooms: Meet the Doodler," the final program of a three-part series in celebration of the 2014 Doodle 4 Google contest. Participating classes will meet a Google Doodler and learn he/she transforms ideas into a doodle for the Google homepage. The Doodler will walk through the creative process for one of his/her favorite doodles, explaining the brainstorm process, sharing first drafts and exploratory sketches, discussing the review process, and finally showing how it all comes together in the final doodle.
The Doodler will then take questions about Doodle 4 Google from participating classrooms and students tuning in live through the Q&A app for Hangouts On Air.
To indicate your classroom's interest in participating in one of the Doodler conversations, please fill out this Google form: http://goo.gl/moGRsK. The Hangouts On Air are open to students K-12.
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