Teacher Dashboard for Google Apps

See on Scoop.itITT EdTech

Teachers and administrators get a snap-shot view of each student’s most recent work in Docs, Sites, Blogger and Picasa, organized by class and student. Behind the scenes we create a folder in drive for each class for each student, then we give the right teachers access – no more sharing issues for students – student just drop their homework in the right folder for each class.

Mark Ayton‘s insight:

This is amazing!

You’ve bit the bullet and started using Google Docs with your learners. They’re happily sharing stuff with you, but there’s so much stuff in your shared folder it’s all becoming a mess. How do you organise everything so that only the relevant stuff is shared, it’s all in a structure your can navigate, and keep track of everything?

Shame it’s not free, but at $4 per student per year Teacher Dashboard for Google Apps might just save your sanity 😉

See on hapara.com

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About mark8n

Facilitator of Learning Technology adoption and integration. Dad, Granddad and Motorcyclist.
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