We are often asked how teachers can encourage student agency using digital tools. Here’s an example of one way you can build a task that allows for student choice and differentiation within the activities provided.
Tag: Google Docs
Clear Formatting and Paint Format are often overlooked tools in Google Docs. Once you know how to use them they will save you time when copying and pasting, as well as applying formatting across a document.
One of the easiest ways to be more efficient when using Google Docs is to configure and use text styles. Using styles ensures that your document is formatted consistently and makes it easy to use features like a table of contents and in-document hyperlinking. In this blog post, I’ll explain how to customise your text styles and how to use them in your document.
Sometimes it’s simply quicker and easier to hand write the notes you want to take. But what happens to them once you’ve written them? Well here’s 2 ways to save those notes and make them editable text at the same time.
Do you want to use devices in your maths programme but don’t want your students playing any old maths games? Do you want the learning to be purposeful and targeted to your students needs? Read on the discover three sites that fit the brief.
In this short video, Samantha will show you how to embed Google Drawings, Google Slides and Google Sheets in Google Docs.
Navigate through large Google Docs with ease by making use of page breaks and Document Outline. No more scrolling and searching to find sections, just simply click and let Docs take you where you want to go.
I’ve always loved the Revision History feature in Google Docs. Being able to go back and see the changes that have been made, and who made them, has many advantages. A recent update to what is now called Version History allows us to name different versions as changes are made. What does this mean for teachers?