How to Use Google Drive in the Classroom

Posted by Emily Guthrie on Aug 6, 2013 3:13:38 AM

 In the process of discerning my goals for the new school year, I've been surfing through the webiverse of teacher facebook-pinterest-youtube-blogs and I 've seen a lot of plans for incorporating more technology and working toward a paperless classroom.  If that is the kind of thing you are into, today I have a brief tutorial of Google Drive, which is a perfect tool for both!   My tutorial focuses on sharing documents with students and creating dropboxes for students to use to turn in assignments. I believe that these two functions are good jumping off points for most teachers.  I hope to revisit the idea of creating collaborative digital writing with Google docs a few months down the line.  Please share any questions, concerns, tips, or suggestions in the comment section below!

Topics: Classroom Tech, google, google drive, technology, video, writing

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