Monday, February 24, 2014

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Group Reading with Google Documents
Do your student assignments include reading articles online for discussion in class? This blog post discusses using Google Docs to both give students a copy of an article AND an opportunity to comment and ask questions.

How to Add 450+ Fonts to your Google Documents and Slides
Google offers hundreds of fonts in addition to those you see by default. Get fancy!

How to Use Google Slides to Organize Research
Google Presentation (Slides) is Google's version of PowerPoint. Learn how to use Slides to organize research notes. Take a minute to view the short video; I had forgotten there's a Tools > Research option! I also like the easy way links can be saved for future citations. Sure beats using the index cards that we often find scattered in the halls!

Google Docs:  Which Workflow Works for You?
English teacher Catlin Tucker shares the pros and cons of a variety of different ways to distribute and collect work from students using Google Docs.


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