December 22nd, 2008 | Published in Google Docs
Back in September we asked teachers to send us some examples of how they used Docs in their classrooms. Teachers are some of our most avid Docs users, so I knew we would see some pretty creative ideas.
Once again, I was impressed by our teachers' creativity, ingenuity and ability to use Docs to solve every day challenges. The submissions we received ranged from forms that students use to provide peer feedback for group work or write a book review for their class to spreadsheets used to conduct science experiments. Some teachers, like Sallie Hill, even used Docs and Google Sites to run a history project with students around the world. Now that's what I call collaboration!
To see some of the best of the ideas that were submitted, check out our Docs for Teachers page. Thanks to all of you for sharing your ideas and your work. We look forward to seeing what else you come up with.