Reflection: Adaptive Technology Whiteboarding Graphs Using Google Drawings - Section 1: Introducing Google Drawing Whiteboard


All of my students have Chromebooks and in our district teachers are required to use Chromebooks to some extent. Since it is difficult to put equations and show work on the computer, I try to use Chromebooks as much as I can when my students don't need to show work using equations. One way that I like to do this is with Google Drawings of their whiteboards. I use this so that students can take pictures of their work if they want and then they can have a written explanation of how they got their answer. This allows our class to have a whiteboard session as a carousel, taking a couple minutes to read through each whiteboard instead of presenting in front of the class. 

  Adaptive Technology: Using student Chromebooks as a resource
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Whiteboarding Graphs Using Google Drawings

Unit 1: Introduction to Physics and Graphing
Lesson 5 of 7

Objective: Students will be able to use Google Drawings to present and explain their graphs and graphical analyses to the class.

Big Idea: A new way for students to whiteboard graphs.

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