Google Classroom has revolutionized how teacher on my campus this about how to assign work to students. Even for the librarian! I assign my TAs quarter and finals projects through Google Classroom. It's simple, streamlined, and the students take to it immediately. So when you hand out a worksheet virtually to your students, how do you do it?
In my table, I create a two column table where the student needs to argue both sides of the statement. At the bottom, I merged the two columns in the third row of the table (just highlight the cells you want to merge, right click, and select "merge cells"). Now when I open the filled out worksheets, I will know exactly where to look for the student's responses to my questions! MUCH faster to grade!
Jennifer Zimny has been a teacher librarian at Ponderosa High School for the past five years and previous to that, she was the drama teacher for 9 years. She holds a BA in Theatre from CSUS, a teaching credential in English, and a teaching credential in Library Media Services from Azusa Pacific University
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