Google Drive is absolutely one of the essential tools in your teaching digital tool kit. Using Google Drive you can have both a cloud storage service available for you anytime anywhere together with a powerful productivity suite that includes tools to write a document, create a drawing, build a presentation, or make a spreadsheet. Now with the syncing functionalities Google introduced lately, you can start a document or presentation on your desktop and finish it in school on your iPad. For me personally there is nothing that beats it even Dropbox and Evernote are not as practical as Google Drive ( personal view ).
I have been writing a lot on Google Drive and I have also received a lot of constructive feedback from you and for those of you who are new to this blog, visit Google Drive for Teachers section to check the resources, materials and tips to help you better tap into the educational potential of this tool.
Today I am sharing with you a great piece of work from our colleague Susan Oxnevad. This is basically a visual guide that features a wide gamut of ways to use Google Drive with your students. Enjoy