Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Google Docs & Spreadsheets in the Classroom

As a teacher, Google Docs & Spreadsheets would be very useful in my classroom. My students could gather data and then share their findings with anyone in the world. Having the spreadsheets available online would be very helpful when comparing and contrasting data. If my class participates in telecollaborative projects, these spreadsheets and documents online would be very beneficial for others to view and edit. My class may want to use one spreadsheet to organize all of the schools’ data, who are involved in the project. I love the fact that parents and other community members of the school could view these documents.

I could use the Google spreadsheets for math lessons, as well. For example if my class started collecting data in school to graph, my students could finish it or work on it at home, if they had access to the Internet. Other students in the class could also easily look at their classmates’ spreadsheet.


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