Ten Minutes of Connecting: Day 20 – How Leaders Use Google Drive for Collaboration

Day 20 of the Ontario School and System Leaders month long initiative is another great example of how our teachers can integrate technology into their practice to support their own learning and the learning of their students. In my experience, Google Docs has had a significant impact on my ability to reflect on my ability to help students with each of assessment of learning, assessment for learning, assessment as learning, not to mention assessment of teaching.

OSSEMOOC

Today we are building on some of the learning you have been doing in this series.  We have focused on a number of tools to help you connect.  We hope that you are continuing to set aside 10 minutes each day to connect through one of those tools, or to learn something new with us.

This series will continue to exist on our website even after November 30.  You can work through it at a pace that suits you.  If you find it helpful, please spread it to your colleagues.  Use the link at the top of this page to suggest other topics you need to learn about, or simply post a comment on the blog asking for help.  The whole purpose of OSSEMOOC is to support education leaders (formal and informal) in getting connected and modelling the learning we want to see in our “classrooms”.

Connecting drives innovative…

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About Chris Hale

Teacher, parent, husband, fan of tech in class. Have eventually become a runner.
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