EdTechTeam, the global leader in Google for Education training and innovative professional development, announced a new version of their Google Chrome extension, CheckMark. CheckMark provides grammar and content feedback quickly and easily in Google Docs. The teacher highlights text in Google Docs, an overlay pops up with quick shortcuts to frequent-added comments such as “Check Spelling, Check Punctuation, or Evidence needed”. The teacher selects any one of the abbreviations and a comment is inserted automatically into the document. CheckMark keeps track of just how many of each issue a teacher has found in the document to help determine areas students may need more help. CheckMark has comments related to grammar, concepts, citations and more. The extension CheckMark eliminates the need to spend so much time typing the same comments over and over again, giving teachers more time to work with students. Click here for a quick demo.
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