Resource ExplorationSuggested PurposesScribe for the Day:- students using Google Docs (or another online collaboration tool) to create a shared set of notes for the classExample at SGASD - Students in Mrs. Riser's HS business classes take turns recording the class notes using Google Docs. Two students in each class take the notes and share them with Mrs. Riser.(see student instructions below) She checks the notes for accuracy and then posts them to her teacher webpage for all the students to access.Publishing Student Work (Through Blogging):Blogging in the Classroom Infographic (Click on the image to zoom in)Classroom examples of Blogs- These include various ways of using a blog. Some lend themselves to publishing student work while others allow students just to comment and discuss or are simply an instructional tool.
http://missjordan.global2.vic.edu.au/ (Teacher posts, students comment & discuss)
http://mscassidysclass.edublogs.org/ (Class blog with links to individual student blogs)
http://www.anamericanstudies.com/ (High School example with student comments)http://digicom.edublogs.org/ (Blog used as Agenda/Resource List)The ToolsGoogle Docs:Sharing and Collaborating with Google Docs:Blogger:- By Google, same log in as Google Docs- Better suited to Middle & High School studentsKidBlog:- More settings for security- Better suited for Elementary - Middle School students