Monday, August 12, 2013

Managing Student Assignments Using Google Docs and Drive - Ripon Tech Academy


I've been gone for a week, but with good reason.  We have just wrapped up our second Ripon Summer Tech Academy facilitated by Naomi Harm of Innovative Educator Consulting.  And what a great academy it was.  Naomi's team of presenters delivered amazing presentations and were inspiring as always.

The next series of posts will highlight several of the resources shared in various sessions.  All of the session resources and presentations can be found in this shared folder.

Today I would like to share with you some very useful video tutorials from Naomi's session on using 1:1 Chromebooks.  

Many teachers today are using Google Drive and the Google Suite of Apps to have students create assignments and turn them in. These video tutorials show how to manage this process in an organized and efficient way. 

Each video is approximately 5 minutes in length, so in just about 20 minutes, you will have a good understanding of what to do.

Video #1

Video #2

Video #3

Video #4

And there you have it.  I have been using Google Docs and Google Drive for a few years now to collect assignments from students. These videos will be very helpful as we get things set up for the school year.  

Thanks Naomi Harm!

1 comment:

Naomi Harm said...

Thanks Deb for sharing the wonderful resources of Google Drive and the importance of sharing content with students through the cloud- and how easy it truly is! It was a pleasure facilitating at the Ripon Tech Academy with you and the rest of the IEC team.

Best of luck to you, your students and your school year.