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Using Google Docs

Examples of Google Docs in School

  • Assessments
    • Feedback, reflections from staff training
    • Quizzes for classes: forms + conditional formatting
    • Collaboration drives action and follow through
  • Collaborative Writing
    • Staff-to-staff: Sharing lesson plans
    • Student-to-staff: Sharing writing and poetry
    • Student-to-student: Teamwork on essays
  • Planning
    • Action plan templates: who's responsible etc.
    • Lesson plan 2.0: using Docs, includes links, different contact lists for students
    • Tracking large projects, groups (mentoring groups)
  • Meetings and presentations
    • Notes through docs: agenda, action items
    • Presentations can be viewed anytime
  • Referrals
    • Tech support: forms + notifications
    • Students are easily referred, teachers know immediately
    • Parents can monitor forms
  • Praise list
    • Student/teacher shout-outs
  • Scheduling and coordination
    • Using Forms, Spreadsheets, Calendar
  • Sites to share files and documents
    • Easy to build
    • Embed calendars, pictures

Professional Learning Communities

To create a professional learning community, focus on learning rather than teaching, work collaboratively, and hold yourself accountable for results.

~Rick DuFour

Big Idea #1: Ensuring That Students Learn

  • What do we want each student to learn?
  • How will we know when each student has learned it?
  • How will we respond when a student experiences difficulty in learning?

Big Idea #2: A Culture of Collaboration

  • Collaborating for School Improvement

  • Removing Barriers to Success

Big Idea #3: A Focus on Results

  • Hard Work and Commitment