How are you using google docs with students? Related Tags: Classroom Technology More Related Discussions Monica Posted 04/03/2013 4:57PM | Last Commented 12/02/2014 11:06AM 1 Shares 5 547 Views Beside using google docs for publishing, how are you using it with students? Do you have them collaborate with others at the same time on a project? Any ideas or examples to share? Sign in to vote! Sign in to Flag as Spam Share 5 Share Comments (5)Sign in or register to postSubscribe to comments via RSS Newest Related Discussions Posted 4/9/2013 10:52am Whitney HoffmanProducer LD Podcast, Digital Media Consultant, Author My son regularly works with friends on projects- they share docs in google docs, and can work on them together while on the phone or skype and make changes, or each can do a "piece" and then they can put the whole thing together as a google doc and even share it out with the teacher. A history of revisions can let the teacher see what student is working on the doc when- very handy. You could obviously also do this with a student remotely from home; leave comments to student papers submitted (drafts) through google docs, etc. Sign in to vote! Posted 5/26/2013 2:14pm Meg King-AbrahamK-6 Technology Specialist I have done a few things with fifth-graders this year. They used Google presentations instead of Power Point for a research project, then shared with a peer who gave editing comments. Pairs have worked collaboratively on a drawing about a city. Students find facts about a state, change half into false statements, then share with a partner, who has to detect the "lies." I have also used forms to create a scavenger hunt from photographs I took. You can see an example on my May 8th blog post at megkingabraham.blogspot.com Sign in to vote! Posted 5/31/2013 11:24am HollyHigh School English Teacher I use Google Docs with all my classes, everyday. My students create documents when they assignments are given and share with me. I am able to guide students while they write (using the comment feature), not just evaluate it at the end. I spend a lot of time having great conversations with students about writing. It has really opened up the classroom and helped me teach writing on a whole new level. Sign in to vote! Posted 6/2/2013 9:05pm Kyle PaceInstructional Technology Specialist Google Docs has been a terrific formative assessment tool for teachers in my district this year. The ease of students sharing work with the teacher and the teacher being able to use the comment feature has been very valuable. Sign in to vote! Posted 12/2/2014 8:21am Amanda I recently taught a writing unit where the student collaborated using Google Docs. Check out my website to read about it: http://msnewmanet.weebly.com/lesson-redesign.html. Thanks!! Sign in to vote! blog Enhancing Learning Through Differentiated TechnologyLast comment 4 min 53 sec ago in Differentiated Instruction Discussion Author Visits: Skype Makes It HappenLast comment 3 hours 52 min ago in Classroom Technology Discussion Paper, Pencil, Chalk, or Doc: Which Medium for Which Lesson?Last comment 1 week 1 day ago in Classroom Technology Discussion How Computers and AT Devices are Implemented in Classrooms & AssessmentsLast comment 1 week 4 days ago in Classroom Technology Discussion 3 Effortless Tips To Help You Select The Perfect Theme for Your Teaching BlogLast comment 1 week 6 days ago in Classroom Technology Sign in to comment. Not a member? Register. Sign in using social networks Or sign in here: Email address * Password * Forgot your password?