Tech Tip Tuesday
6 January 2015 (updated 8-28-17)
Download Google Drive (a.k.a Backup and Sync)
Want the steps? Here you go:
- Visit the Google Drive download page on a home computer. At work? Search for the "Software Center" under the start menu.
- Click to download on the download page or in the Software Center. (You can download on a mobile device as well, which opens up even more kinds of awesome.
- After installing, enjoy! If you want to add Drive to your favorites, follow these steps.
Don't forget about Chrome!
The free version only allows multiple choice and checklist questions, or you can ask them to pause and reflect on something. If you want free-response questions, that costs $80 a year. But, you can combine those "pause and reflect" questions with a link to a Google Doc or Google Form to collect the free-response answers!
Take a look at the example lesson linked below. It's just to get an idea of what you could do with eduCanon. If nothing else, it's a great little video from Apple that's sure to make you smile.
If interested in eduCanon, you can sign in with your Google account, and it's simple to add students to a class with a code. If you ever want to try flipped lessons, this tool is a cool option! Check out more about eduCanon on Graphite.
If you want to learn even more, I'd be happy to walk you through the teacher side of it anytime. Follow them on twitter: @educanon123