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Google Classroom: An Intro to Creating, Formatting, & Sharing Google Docs

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Overview

Google Docs and Google Classroom are both powerful tools for teachers and students, and when used together, they become even better. Google Docs is a free app that you and your students can use to create, share, edit, and collaborate on documents, reports, and written assignments. While Google Docs is easy-to-use, it can be helpful to know some basic features and tips so that you can readily begin creating and collaborating. Join Jerry Swiatek as he demonstrates step-by-step how to create a basic Google Doc in Google Classroom. As part of creating a document, he will show how to check spelling, add images, wrap text, apply formatting, enter comments, and more. Jerry will also cover how to share, find, and organize these documents within Google Classroom so that you and your students can begin using this awesome collaborative tool.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Thursday, April 9, 2020 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Google Basics
Tags: collaborating, creating, formatting, Google, Google Classroom, Google Docs, sharing, step-by-step

Reviews (35)

 
Good information and well presented! I understood all of it. Thanks!
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Jerry was informative! Thank you. I'm looking forward to learning about posting/writing comments, grading, and returning work.
 
This workshop helped gain a deeper understanding of Google Classroom as I transition to remote learning it was much needed.
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Wonderful! This has been a huge help navigating Google classroom with my homeschool students.
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I first view this as a free webinar but after this, I decided to have a paid membership. I can't wait to try it on my own class.
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This is most helpful because we are transitioning from face to face to blended learning.
 
It was so helpful for us dinosaurs trying to stay up with technology. My teaching partner is right out of the university and this is all she knows. I have some catching up to do.
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Thank you. Great info
 
This was GREAT.
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Very informative, going to use some of this material in my classroom I have created. I needed a better understanding of assignments and how to validate their experience with the assignment.
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