I’ve recently been reading the book Creative Schools: The Grassroots Revolution That’s Transforming Education by Sir Ken Robinson and Lou Aronica. While I don’t typically enjoy reading books about education and its foibles and failures, and what each person decides should be done about it, this book has got me thinking about how we approach … Continue reading Let Students Work Together on Tests? Here’s Why you Should.
Google Docs provides a great way to collaborate and share with others. One simple way is to “share” your document. Google has provided 3 options for sharing with others: can edit, can comment, and can view. This way, you only give the permissions you want to give to each specific person. Editing permissions go to … Continue reading Google Docs: Share & Collaborate
As a teacher, it is one of my objectives that my students learn to work well together. It is a useful skill both in school, and in their future careers. Google Drive offers some great features that facilitate this. I have personally used it to help my students work collaboratively on a given project (be … Continue reading Tech Tips #2 Google Drive Revision History