As a G-Suite (formerly GAfE) district, our LTs encourage our educators, administrators, and faculty to utilize Google Apps. Many times, teachers turn to Google Docs for collaborative work, Google Forms for assessment, and Google Drawings for creativity, but Google Sheets is unwittingly ignored, which is too bad, because in my mind, it is the unsung hero of G-Suite.
Recently Eric Curts (Control Alt Achieve) wrote a blog post on five things that you can do within Google Sheets about using spreadsheets for ALL subject areas. Included are suggestions for data tracking, art and mathematics integration, and random generatorCheck it out here and then book an appointment with your campus LT to find out more about this versatile tool.
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