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Using Google Docs to provide Authentic Learning Experiences and Feedback to our students

Using Google Docs for Authentic Student Feedback

In this episode of the TechEducator Podcast, we tackle the tough topic of teacher/student communication and together learn how to use Google Docs to create effective learning environments. Did you know that Google Docs features multiple ways of providing feedback to students in the form of Comments and Suggestions?

Google Docs is not only a fantastic word processing application but one of the best communication tools for any teacher to use in the classroom. Check out our podcast above to learn more.

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How are you using Google Docs to provide meaningful and authentic feedback to your students?

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