Google Docs is an online word processor that has proven to be an invaluable tool in education. It enables students and teachers to create and format documents, collaborate on projects, and share information with ease.For educational use, Google Docs provides a number of features that make it an ideal choice for collaborative projects and assignments. Teachers can create shared documents that allow students to collaborate on group projects in real time, making it easier for them to communicate and coordinate their learning tasks.
Students and teachers can use the platform to create reports, essays, and presentations, and they can easily format their work to meet academic standards. Teachers may include contextual comments on students performance to praise their work or to mention corrections.
In addition to these features, Google Docs also provides built-in tools for research and citation. Students can use the Explore tool to find relevant information for their projects and easily add citations to their work.

Recommended Level /Class/Domain

  • Students (all levels)
  • Staff

Purpose in Teaching and Learning

  • To produce drafts and documents in collaboration

  •   Design and submit homework assignments

  •   Develop hyperdoc with access to embed links to resources and web content /videos/voice notes  (curate digital      lesson or review activities)

  •   Create interactive templates or worksheets

  •    Add notes

  •   Share feedback and comments

  •   Ease to check grammar and use of dictionary assistance while text editing.

  •   Create resumes, media embedded reports, brochures, or newsletters.

  •   Add signatures to an agreement, create flowcharts for a process document.

  •   Create diagrams and charts using the assistance of Google Drawings.


Helpful Links

Top 10 Google Doc Tips for Productivity (in 2021)
Google Docs: Adding and Replying to Comments
How To Add/Edit/Hide Comments Google Docs | Google Docs Comments | Hide Comments In Google Docs 2021
Google Drawing Tool in Google Docs
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