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Using Google Docs and More for Differentiated, Collaborative Reading & Writing

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If your class is like most, your students are reading at different levels. Given these varied levels, finding nonfiction content that all students in a single class can access and comprehend may seem virtually impossible. In addition, creating differentiated reading groups may seem equally unrealistic, since it is extremely difficult for a teacher to work with multiple students or reading groups all at the same time. Join Nikki Robertson as she shares how to make the seemingly impossible… possible. Come discover how you can use Google Docs, Newsela, and a few cool Google extensions to create differentiated, collaborative reading groups that you can easily manage!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, August 24, 2019 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Differentiation & Personalization, Google Intermediate, Reading & Writing
Tags: collaboration, differentiated learning, Google, non-fiction literature, reading

Reviews (65)

Full Member
It was wonderful!
Full Member
Outstanding. Great, fluent. Moves at a good pace. Will definetely use Newsela and google drawing templates. Anything seemless with GC is priceless.
Basic Member
معلومات رائعة! أشكرك كثيرًا!
Basic Member
This was a super-duper webinar! Love the different tools/websites presented!
Full Member
Great information! Thank you so much!
Basic Member
Great. I really learned some great tools to use for google.
Nice work
I really appreciate all the useful resources given! I've come away with lots of wonderful ideas to use in both my ELA classes and the computer classes I teach.
Basic Member
I really enjoyed this very informative webinar, although there were technical difficulties with your end. The presenter was speaking and the internet connection was lost. I felt bad for her because she was calling out with no response. It also said I did not complete watching, when in fact I had up until the sales pitch. I would love to get this information in print if available. A lot of great information! Thank you!
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