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Using Google Drive for Interaction in Face-to-Face, Blended, and Online Classes

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Google Drive is a tremendous resource for educators for lesson planning, brainstorming, and other teacher-centered activities. However, there is even more potential in the ways Google Drive can be used with students. In face-to-face, blended, and online classes, Google Drive can be used for collaboration among students and with others outside the four walls of the classroom. As a face-to-face, blended, and online instructor, Dr. Jayme Linton has found that Google Drive allows her to easily incorporate interactive and collaborative learning experiences with students who are separated by distance and time. Join Dr. Linton as she shares strategies and examples for using Google Drive for interaction in face-to-face, blended, and online courses.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Thursday, July 12, 2018 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blended Learning, Communication & Collaboration, Google Intermediate
Tags: blended learning, collaboration, face-to-face, flipped classroom, Google Drive

Reviews (35)

Full Member
Great information!
Good information
Basic Member
Great webinar.
Full Member
Great ideas! Thank you.
Full Member
We have fixed the video and you should now be able to see it as well as hear it. We apologize for any difficulties viewing it.
Full Member
I wish I could have seen what she was doing as she spoke. It was frustrating to have to imagine.
Full Member
Great ideas... No visual left me feeling a bit lost .
Full Member
Great ideas to bust a blended classroom.
Full Member
FYI there was audio but no visual.
Full Member
Jayme shared that students interact MORE when they're online than sitting in class... wow! That really motivates me to be intentional about using the shared Chromebooks at my school with my students. I found it helpful to hear that we should teach students to respect others' space while working on collaborative projects. It causes me to think of "personal space" in a new and helpful way for a digital environment.
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