April 7, 2012

Are you making the most of Google Docs?

Although there are many ways to provide students with detailed narrative feedback, web-based tools, like Google Docs, are often the most useful for two-way feedback that facilitates 21st-century learning, without the penalty of a number or letter grade.

This brief video demonstrates how Google Docs can be used to provide specific feedback on an ongoing writing activity, including a link to a presentation that immediately reinforces a prior lesson that the student can apply to his writing.



Are you using Google Docs, or other web-based tools, to provide meaningful narrative feedback to your students?