This week's technology spotlight will be on Google Drawings!
I work in a Google for Education county, which means that I have learned a lot about different Google apps. I have attended and presented at EdTech Summits, I completed the Google Certified Educator Level 2 training, and I have taught in a 1:1 chromebook classroom. With all of that being said, one of my favorite apps to use with students in Google Drawings.
This app is so versatile and easy to use. When you open a new drawing, you are opening a blank canvas that you (and more importantly your students) can transform into anything!
Below you will find a presentation about the basics of Google Drawing (click the image):
Here are a few ways that I have used Google Drawing in the classroom:
Graphic Organizer (students can type in it)
Drag and Drop Questions
A few other ideas:
- binder covers
- social media/website banners
If you have other ways that you have used Google Drawing, leave a comment below!