Sunday, April 28, 2013

Google Drive




Google Drive has become one of my favorite sites for students to work together. We've stretched our in class conversations and activities into Google Docs and Google Presentations. I've seen increased participation and accountability in our small group discussions and projects.


I've incorporated Google Drive into a variety of in and out of class work this year. We've created Google folders to go paperless. I can share assignments through different drive folders and students to share their work with me in their own drop-box drive folder.

A few things my students like about :

  • Everything is auto saved. They do not need to worry about emailing revisions
  • They can all work on the doc at the same time. 
  • Easy it is to share the document with each other and me.
  • Love the research tool to find images and information.
For more information on Google Drive and how to use it in the classroom, check out these links:

The Paperless Classroom with Google Docs

A Case Study: Using Google Drive In The Classroom


80 Ways To Use Google Forms In Your Classroom


More on Google Apps for Education


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