For years, I have used Google Docs and Forms in my classroom. But for this week's part of Google Bootcamp for Teachers, I have decided to focus my efforts on the many ways you can use the Docs and Spreadsheets portion of Google in the classroom. But be sure to check out all the posts that relate to Google Drive below. I know that Jen, from Tech with Jen, did a fabulous post on creating quizzes using Google Forms so be sure to look at that! She geared it towards primary teachers but trust me, you can easily adapt it to the older grades too.
- You can create Microsoft Word like documents (complete with images, tables, etc).
- You can share these documents with other teachers, students, parents, etc.
- You can choose to allow others to just view the documents, edit them, or allow them to comment on them.
- You can share these documents without email address but with a URL.