Google Documents 2

Google Documents Google Docs -looks like a traditional word processor. the children will be familiar with the icons on the toolbar . 
The great thing about Google docs is that it allows users to collaborate on documents, spreadsheets, presentations, forms and drawings in real-time as well as upload and share any file type. You can view thumbnails of your files in Google Drive
Google Documents
Google Docs -looks like a traditional word processor. the children will be familiar with the icons on the toolbar .
The great thing about Google docs is that it allows users to collaborate on documents, spreadsheets, presentations, forms and drawings in real-time as well as upload and share any file type. You can view thumbnails of your files in Google Drive.

Google Drive

All your documents are stored on Google Drive. You can create and colour-code folders to store your work. Whole folders of work or individual files can be shared. Children in Primary school can log in and start working.

They then share their work with their teacher who can leave a comment on their work. Children can view and reply to he comments in real time.

Comments appear on the side of the pag next to the text that the comment refers to
They can embed any document type into a Google site See example here



Children can manage their documents without having to be logged into the school’s network. – With a Google App account, students have their document storage accessible through the Internet from any computer or mobile device. Students will no longer need to have Microsoft Office or a similar product installed to create and save documents or presentations. They can choose to use the free Google Doc tools to create documents, spreadsheets and presentations and then collaborate with each other or the teacher in real-time right inside the browser window. Students will no longer need to send documents into school via emails that they send to themselves.