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What is Google Drive?
How can I use it to enhance & transform my classroom?
Although not really a learning tool itself, Google Drive (and the suite of Google Apps within it) will allow you to take collaboration and accessibility to a whole new level.
Organize your files into color-coded folders that you can share with colleagues or students and access from anywhere.
Use it as your starting hub to start any new Google project - whether it is a Doc, Sheet, Slide or Form.
Find everything students have shared with you in one place, sortable and searchable.
Use along with Google Classroom to make sharing and collaborating even more efficient and organized.
Collaborative projects become a easy, and students have good accountability for their contributions.
- Put time into the learning objectives rather than copies, passing out and collecting papers, etc.
What are other educators saying about it?
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Learn by Doing
- Add files to your drive and organize them. Take a screenshot of your drive to send in and show off your skills. (You can take a screenshot with a Chrome extension like Nimbus or with your device's screenshot options.)
- Carry out a task in your classroom or with your colleagues that involves the collaboration features Google Drive offers.
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