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24 Google Doc Hacks for Every Teacher

24 Google Doc Hacks for Every Teacher

By Reuben Yonatan

As a teacher, it can be hard to stay organized, especially if you have hundreds of papers coming in and out of the classroom on a weekly basis. That’s where file sharing can come in handy.

A file sharing program like Google Docs is a great way to have all those hand outs, sign up sheets, and lesson plans organized and stored in the cloud. That way, you can share them with colleagues and parents at the click of a button.

Not only is Google Docs helpful for organization and storage, it’s also a great collaborative learning tool. It allows students to peer review writing and work on projects simultaneously, and allow teachers to see who contributed to the project by viewing the revision history.

Understanding all of Google Docs capabilities will help you and your students use it to its full potential. For example, did you know that you could browse the web while in the Google Docs window? This can help students conduct research while avoiding distractions.

Learn how to do this and more with this visual on Google Doc hacks and add-ons.

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