Google Drive is a powerful productivity suite from Google. The potential of Google Drive in education is immense and, in fact, has already started transforming some key and fundamental notions of learning including, collaborative team work and the principles of the writing workshop as theorized by teacher researchers like Lucy Calkins, Donald Murray, Donald Graves, Nancie Atwell, to mention but a few. For instance, using Google Docs, student writers can benefit from the features of synchronous chat, instant syncing across multiple devices, peer feedback, and collaborative editing, and finally publishing.
Today, however, I want to re-share with you this wonderful graphic created by our colleague Susan Oxnevad and which features a plethora of ways to use Google Drive in learning. Have a look and share with your colleagues.