Improve Writing Skills Using Digital Writing and Google Docs
Did you miss the Google Docs free online event on Simple K 12 today? Find resources from my Writing Workshop session, designed to help educators learn how to thoughtfully incorporate digital writing into the curriculum.
t's always a pleasure to host webinars with the Simple K12 team, and this was especially true on January 20th during the highly-attended free day of learning! Here are the Slides I shared to demonstrate Great Ways to use Google Drive for Student-Driven Learning Projects. The interactive image with resources can be explored on the Google tab at the top of this blog.
If you're a big fan of the Google Form like me, you may have noticed that the icon has changed colors. No longer does the form share the color green with it's counterpart, the Google Sheet, it now has has it's own purple icon.
I noticed this a few days ago and thought it was a great idea to acknowledge my favorite Google tool with it's own color, since I often get confused between the results that are displayed in a spreadsheet and the form itself, when using multiple tabs. Upon further investigation I learned that the Google Form has a new look completely.
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