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Google Sheets: Project Ideas and Implementation Across Curriculum

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The idea of "using spreadsheets" usually doesn't elicit much excitement or anticipation, yet spreadsheets can be extremely versatile tools in your instructional toolbox. From math to science, and everywhere in between, spreadsheets can provide autonomy and engagement for your students - and when you add the convenience, ease-of-use, and collaborative aspect of Google Sheets, you have a true powerhouse. Join Lauren Boucher as she shares implementation and project ideas using Google spreadsheets at all grades levels. You will receive project templates and lesson resources, and will leave with a better understanding of how truly useful spreadsheets can be!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, March 25, 2017 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Google Intermediate, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: collaboration, Google sheets, spreadsheets, student projects

Reviews (29)

Full Member
Thank you for the ideas on how to use Google Sheets in the classroom!
Full Member
The presentation offered some great ways to use google sheets across grade levels and subject areas.
Full Member
Great, fast-paced presentation. Having the links (and titanpad) available with the recorded session helps oodles. Lots of ready-to-use ideas and prompted some new ideas I need to try out!
Full Member
There are several ideas here that I can use with my students. Thank you!
Full Member
I like the index cards! How can I get the presentation?
Great idea!
Full Member
Excellent ideas to foster collaboration with teachers and students.
Full Member
This was full of great information. Thanks so much for sharing great information.
Full Member
thanks for all the tips! had no idea sheets could be so useful to me.
Basic Member
I liked it very much. Especially the ELT resources and ideas. Thank you!
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