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Google tools for collaborative learning

Google tools for collaborative learning

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Google provides a big range of productivity tools which can be used for learning purposes. They can be specially useful in order to boost students' team work by allowing them sharing information, working together at same time in a document (text, spreadsheet, presentation) and letting them publish their work in blogs, sites ...

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Google Drive can help students to easily store and share in an easy way all their work. Creating and managing folders is needed in order to keep all that information well organized.

Google Docs can be a useful tool for students to share their writing abilities

Using Google Docs/Drive on the iPad

Author: Stacy Sassaman
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Although not as complete as the version for computers, Google Drive for mobile devices is becoming more and more friendly and useful.

Google Forms

Author: Lisa Light
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Google Forms has a huge range of possibilities. Teachers can use it as a way of collecting information from their students, colleagues, families, students. The information can be easily be read and treated in a Google spreadsheet.

Online spreadsheets is a powerful and easy to use tool. Online presentations can be shared by students when they are working together in research for information. The online drawing tool can be easily integrated with other Google Tools.

Knowing channels and playlists can help students in the process of learning how to look for information more efficiently as well as a way of storing and sharing the audiovisual resources they can create.

There are many ways of using blogs for a classroom. One of them is as a personal diary in which students can reflect on their own learning process.

Creating a Google Site

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Google Sites can be an interesting tool for students to share with the web the most relevant results of their learning process.