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As iPads proliferate in schools around the world, and students as well as teachers create more and more content, questions about what to do with all of those learning objects have arisen. In other words, how can we curate this content into portfolios for assessment as well as reflection.
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The internet is agog with useful resources for teaching one way or another. Tutors, teachers and of course students are already benefiting from the use of such tools. And, a great thing about them is that a lot of these resources are actually available for use absolutely free of any charge.
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Google Apps are some of the most widely used tools in education today. From Gmail to Calendar to Image Search, they're a big part of the current education technology model. In my experience, I don't see enough written about how to use Google Docs / Drive in the classroom. This extremely powerful tool can do so much and it's all free.
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Google Drive is one of the most controversial yet useful edtech tools today. Some people hate the new 'drive' features and others can't live without them. In any case, there are a few updates to Google Drive that you should know about.
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The rumored Google Drive is here and ready for use. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to enable it so you can start doing offline editing of Google Docs and more!
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We're chomping at the bit to get our grimy little hands on the new Google Drive. We wrote about it in our March issue of the Edudemic Magazine, featured it a couple weeks ago, and now want to start figuring out how the basically-real tool will help teachers around the planet.
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Google Drive, or "GDrive," Google's long-awaited and oft-speculated cloud-storage system, may be forthcoming if the discovery by a GeekWire reader proves real. A user was said to have found an option to enable "Google Drive" on his computer with an interface very reminiscent of Google Docs.