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3 Ways to Use Google Docs When You Don’t Have Google Classroom – Easy EdTech Podcast 055

March 24, 2020

In this episode, you’ll learn about ways to use Google Docs as a teacher, even if your school doesn’t use Google Classroom. You’ll also hear about three strategies you can tailor to different subject areas and groups of students this school year!


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Ways to Use Google Docs

So let’s make this EdTech easy…

1.  Set up a Google Drive account and create a Google Doc

2.  Make a newsletter, top ten list, or a table for students to share projects

3. Set up the permission settings in view or edit mode

4. Share the link with students using a URL shortener

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