July 7th, 2008 | Published in Google Docs
Reviewing and revising
My colleague, and one of Docs' marketing managers, Andrew Chang, emailed me the other day, thrilled to have discovered an incredibly incisive post covering a number of ways to leave feedback and organize students' writing process using Docs.
I was as impressed with the post as Andrew, and we're pretty sure you'll enjoy it, too. To see for yourself, head over to Tom Barrett's ICT in my Classroom blog.
The play's the thing
Another charming and wonderfully detailed post walks us through using Docs to facilitate a scriptwriting project among teachers and students (a subject dear to my heart, as a theater enthusiast during high school :)
Especially engaging was the way in which the author presents the aim of his post, and the reason he thinks it's valid right up front, before launching into what is one of the nicest descriptions of a collaborative project using Docs that I've seen in some time.
Check it out on the Teaching with Technology blog, and start plotting your own ideas.
Finally, if you're a teacher, student, or edu fan new to Docs, get off to a smooth start with our teachers' guide: Using Google Docs in the Classroom, or check out the other Docs resources on the Google For Educators page.