Google Classroom: The Mobile App Draw Tool

Here is another tip/tutorial to get your week off and running with GaFE and Google Classroom. Each week I share a tip for teachers in our building as we move to a 1:1 Chromebook environment this year.

This tip focuses the app for Google Classroom. One of the great features of the app is that students are able to draw, highlight, and add text to any assignment from their phone or tablet.

This ability allows students to read and highlight work, make notes, and do what is necessary while allowing them to use their devices as they already use them….with a swipe or tap of their finger.

Check out the video in which I showcase how it can be used for a formative assessment. As always, I welcome any and all feedback along with other things you would like to know.

Here is the support page from Google on this feature

 

If you missed the other previous tips this school year you can check them out here:

Google Classroom: Sort Stream With Topics 

Google Classroom: Guardian Notification is Here! 

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