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12 Ways Google Drive Can Redefine Learning Activities

June 12, 2014
I just came across this interesting visual shared by Lowther Hall School and want you to have a look. The first section of the title mentions the SAMR model but I can't see any REAl embodiment of the SAMR model within this visual ( I might be wrong ). But I like the different ideas it provides on how Google Drive can redefine learning activities. This visual features 12 ways Google Drive can redefine learning activities. Hover your mouse over these activities to access embedded links.

Here is a quick round-up of the 12 ways Google Drive can redefine learning activities:

Self Grading :

  • Google Forms
  • Immediate feedback
  • Use for planning and re-teaching
Templates
  • Google Docs
  • Provide students with a starting point
Writer's Workshop
  • Google Docs
  • Comments
  • Peer editing
  • Built in writing supports
Project based learning
  • Facilitate student driven learning experiences
  • Provide flexible learning paths
Assignment Tracker
  • Google Forms
  • Automatically organize students' assignment
  • Clean up your inbox
Organisation
  • Alternate organization tool
  • Make good use of teacher published materials
Digital notes
  • Google Docs
  • Collect digital resources
  • Use comments to take notes
  • Integrated writing tools
Mind Mapping
  • Collaborative brainstorming
  • Visualize ideas
Guided Learning
  • Google Docs
  • Collect digital resources
  • Use comments to take notes
Multi-Medium
  • Upload and share photos and videos from your iPad
Build Vocabulary
  • Google Docs/Sheets
  • Use video, images and dictionary tools
  • Create quiz cards for review
Interactive Spaces
  • Google Sites
  • Embed from your Drive
  • Collaborative or instructive




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  1. My school has already provided with a Google drive account!

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