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Facilitate a Writing Workshop Using Google Docs

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Overview

How would you like you like to improve your students' writing skills along with their technology skills? In this webinar, you will learn how to utilize the many features available in Google Docs to facilitate a digital writing workshop and maximize writing instruction in the 24/7 classroom. Join Susan Oxnevad as she covers how to:

  • Use sharing and commenting tools combined with cooperative grouping strategies to provide students with immediate feedback.
  • Help students improve writing skills by teaching them to use the integrated reference and writing tools available.
  • Monitor student progress using the revision history feature.
  • Put the tools together to enjoy the benefits of using these online digital writing tools to support all learners.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 11:00 AM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Google Intermediate, Reading & Writing
Tags: Google, Google docs, Literacy, writing, writing improvement, writing skills

Reviews (52)

Full Member
 
Very informative. Digital writing is different, in many ways, than the paper and pencil writing we did back in the day.
Full Member
 
Great presentation!! I needed some fresh ideas for my writers workshop!! Thanks so much for sharing.
Full Member
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Great resources, thank you for sharing!
Full Member
 
awesome demonstration on the finer points of google docs. love your ideas for implementing into a writing workshop approach!
Full Member
 
Great tips on using online digital tools to promote student, learning.
Basic Member
 
Thank you.
Basic Member
 
Wonderful ideas that I can use in science when having my students write.
Full Member
 
Good information! Thanks for the tips.
Full Member
 
Great information - thank you!
Full Member
 
Susan: Thank you for your presentation. I liked it!
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