Thanks in advance of any help.
"kids would write a topic sentence in the upper box. Then they would put a concrete detail from the text followed by commentary in separate boxes. It had transition words in a pull down menu, place to check for capitalization and punctuation. When they were done filling out the organizer, it would be reformatted into a paragraph in the big orange box on the right side of the picture. "
Teacher saw someone at a conference do this with Google Docs in some way but didn't explain the process. Anyone make any sense of this?
This is a screen shot from the conference. It's all I got to go on.
For example: The most misunderstood psych term? Negative Reinforcement. In 2nd place....Heritability.
What happens in following sequence?
1. I create doc file in the Google Drive folder.
2. I add the file in Google Classroom (sometimes view all, sometimes copy for everyone).
3. I decide to move the original doc into a different folder in my Google Drive (say, an Econ sub-folder).
Will this sequence interfere with the student's ability to access the file to view or make a copy?
I was going to move some files but decided against it till I got an answer to this.
Anyone have anymore info? Anyone hear of other systems bringing in GC?
Grades would be the big thing for me. Now I have to enter grades twice....once into Classroom then my IC gradebook. I've tried a couple routines this year to manage this but total integration would be awesome.
Somehow connecting with parents would be big too since parents can't see what their students are doing in classroom unless students share login info. Our parents can already see attendance and grades on IC (mobile and desktop) and receive notifications.
Please include the urls for the classrooms that have the problem.
- University of Pittsburgh at JohnstownB.S. Degree-Psychology, 1981 - 1985
- Shippensburg University of PennsylvaniaTeaching Certification, 1988 - 1990
- State University of New York at BrockportMaster's Degree-Education, 1996 - 1998
- Webster Central School DistrictTeacher, 1993 - present
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