Tips for using GoogleDrive in the classroom

10/9/2013 | Powerful Learning Practice

When using GoogleDrive, teachers need to make upfront decisions on workflow for the program to run smoothly, a school academic-technology director, Jennifer Carey, writes in this blog post. Among the tips Carey offers is to make classroom instructions "view only" to prevent students from accidentally changing them and creating a consistent document naming protocol for students. "I have gotten 85 documents titled 'homework' and it is crazy-making!" she writes.

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