Google Classroom to check for elements of copying between students. Fortunately, there is a way to do this but you the function is found in Google Drive instead of in Google Classroom. To do this you simply have to conduct a search in your Google Drive. In the following video I demonstrate how this works.
Applications for Education
Google Classroom has an originality reports function that you can use to check your students' submitted writing for elements of plagiarism. However, it does have some limitations. First, unless you have G Suite Enterprise for Education (the paid version of G Suite for Edu) you can only use originality reports on three assignments. The other limitation is that originality reports only checks against publicly available documents and websites.
Saturday, May 23, 2020
This week I hosted or co-hosted a couple of webinars. On Thursday I hosted Intro to Teaching History With Technology. If you missed it, I'm going to host it again next week. On Friday I co-hosted Two Ed Tech Guys Take Questions and Share Cool Stuff. If you missed it, you watch the recording here.
These were the week's most popular posts:
1. How to Use Kahoot in Google Classroom
2. How to Convert a PDF Into a Google Document
3. Move Items from One Google Account to Another
4. Seven Ideas for Flipgrid Activities
5. How to Share Audio and Video in Google Classroom Without YouTube or SoundCloud
6. Ten Ways to Use Wakelet
7. Pixabay Offers Free Music to Use and Reuse
Online Summer PD Opportunities
This summer I'm hosting two online professional development courses. I'm hosting the Practical Ed Tech Virtual Summer Camp three times. The June session is almost full so register soon if you want in on that session. The July sessions have more seats available.
In June and July I'll also be hosting Teaching History With Technology. This is a five part course designed to help you develop new ways to create engaging history lessons and projects. Register now and use the discount code THWT2020.
This summer I'm working with a handful of schools and organizations to develop online professional development for teachers. If you'd like to work with me, please send me a note at richardbyrne (at) freetech4teachers.com to learn more about how we can work together.
Thank You for Your Support!
- More than 150 of you have participated in a Practical Ed Tech webinar this year. Thank you!
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