Using Google Drive in the classroom
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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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Google Sheets – Formulas & functions are your friends!

Google Sheets – Formulas & functions are your friends! | Using Google Drive in the classroom | Scoop.it
Cells may be the building blocks of a spreadsheet but functions and formulas are the power behind it. They are there to help you with the hard work of calculations and avoiding having to do things manually. Whether it's a simple addition formula to highly complicated logical and mathematical functions, there are hundreds of functions to choose from and…
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If you are curious about using a spreadsheet, this introductory post by Baz Roberts might be worth a look. He shows how using formulae can make complex tasks much simpler and manageable.
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New Google Docs Tutorial Covers Drive and Spreadsheets

New Google Docs Tutorial Covers Drive and Spreadsheets | Using Google Drive in the classroom | Scoop.it
Learn more about Google Docs Spreadsheets in our newest tutorial...
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Formula Editor - Google Docs add-on

Formula Editor - Google Docs add-on | Using Google Drive in the classroom | Scoop.it
A sidebar for easily creating and editing mathematics
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Updated recently and a bonus for science and maths teachers.

Add formulas into a Google Document through a formula window or directly using Latex.

If the link does not work, look up "Formula Editor" in Google Add-ons.

Probably not as good as g(Math) though.

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