Going Paperless: Using Google Drive with Research

January 8, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Arts & Humanities, Writing, Spelling
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Or, Google is the BOMB!

 Megan

Mills  Waxahachie High School  Librarian 10-12

 Caroline

Scott  Waxahachie HS  English 10th grade  Pre-Ap and Regular

 Stephanie

Conner  Waxahachie HS  English Gr. 10  AP

 Hailee

Turner  Waxahachie HS  English Gr. 11  Regular Students

 1400

students grades 10-12  Economically disadvantaged  1 iPad cart (iPad 1’s)  Outdated laptops  3 computer labs housed in the library

 In

2013, WISD became a GAFE district.  High School students were issued Google accounts in Fall 2013.  Spring 2014, ALL sophomore English classes and 6 Jr. English classes went paperless! (Yeah!!)


computer labs  VDI computers (virtual)


be accessed from home, device, school Automatically saves work Compatible with Office Share documents-great for group work! Easy to work with No paper!!!

 http://chuchlaenglish.weebly.com/uploads/5/0/5/8/505


 “Google

is the future-why pay for space?”  “100% of my students turned in their essay”  “There was something to grade for all of my studentseven if they only did the rough draft, at least I could see something!”  “When the network went down, I didn’t lose my DBQ”  “I can work on my essay from my phone-Google is the way to go.”

 http://goo.gl/rtnmuN  Presentation

created by our teachers for other teachers in WISD.

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