Using Google Drive in the classroom
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Interested in monitoring student work? Give feedback regularly? Reduce student excuses? Try Google Drive!
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How to Track Changes in Google Docs

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If you know how to track changes in Google Docs, you can collaborate with others on a single document, as well as reject or accept their suggestions.
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A reminder of how the 'edit' and 'comment' facilities work with Google Doc. Here is a detailed outline of how to track changes made, for example, with a work document or for students working in groups.  You can discuss the changes or reject them.
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Frank Philippa's curator insight, March 29, 1:44 AM
A reminder of how the 'edit' and 'comment' facilities work with Google Doc. Here is a detailed outline of how to track changes made, for example, with a work document or for students working in groups.  You can discuss the changes or reject them.
Marcos Santiago's curator insight, March 29, 10:19 PM
this article is interesting to me, because i didn't know that that was possible. i thought that when someone makes a change or deletes something it can only be undone by the person who did it. this article is mainly showing the steps on how to do it, so i don't think that it is biased in any way. i know that a lot of people may use google docs when they are working on something together, but i didn't know that there are functions like these. for me it is always interesting to learn new things and i think that the best way to learn is when they show examples. this article is reliable, because it is showing how to do something and not trying to persuade anyone into believing what they believe. 
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Google Docs | iTeachU

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“Google Docs is an easy-to-use online word processor, spreadsheet and presentation editor that enables you and your students to create, store and share instantly and securely, and collaborate online in real time. You can create new documents from scratch or upload existing documents, spreadsheets and presentations. There’s no software to download, and all your work is stored safely online and can be accessed from any computer.” -from Google for Educators

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Teaching Math with Google #Googlemath

Teaching Math with Google #Googlemath | Using Google Drive in the classroom | Scoop.it
You can absolutely teach math with Google Apps. Google Apps helps to support a shift to Common Core thinking and collaboration. As a high school math teacher I used Google Apps with my students. I …
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Since feedback in education is so important, Alice gives some insight into how Maths teachers can do this using Google Apps. Students can use the equation and drawing tools for geometry and algebra questions. If you want to give feedback or get students to collaborate, Alice suggests using Google Slides - a slide for each question.

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