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Using Google Drive in the classroom
Interested in monitoring student work? Give feedback regularly? Reduce student excuses? Try Google Drive!
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Use Google Docs for Powerful, Collaborative School Note Taking

Use Google Docs for Powerful, Collaborative School Note Taking | Using Google Drive in the classroom |
College students are probably already familiar with Google Docs' collaborative tools for projects, but weblog HackCollege shows us how great it can be for simple note taking during class, too. You can contact Whitson Gordon, the author of this post, at . You can also find him on , , and lurking around our page.
Gerald Carey's insight:

This is something I will try with my current classes!  What a great idea!

Corinne Owen's curator insight, April 4, 8:50 PM

Google Docs is a user friendly collection of versatile ‘real time’ online collaborative tools.

Google Docs is an online word processor that allows users to collaborate and create text documents.

Google Sheets is an online spreadsheet app that permits   

collaborators to create and format spreadsheets. 

Google Slides allow developers to collaborate and show off their work in a visual way.


Seems to me Google have everything covered!


Google Docs would work very well for older students who are required to work together online to develop and manage

project plans.

Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies Collaborating and Managing: 10.10 and 10.12



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8C Happenings: Google Drive

8C Happenings: Google Drive | Using Google Drive in the classroom |
Gerald Carey's insight:

One class of students blogging about how they use Google Drive/Docs/Apps.

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