I've been using 21classes as well and although a bit limiting it does a
fine job and is a safe environment. No student emails are necessary to
set up accounts.
Woodstock Union High School & Middle School
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Thought of that, too! Not what this particular teacher wants.
Does 21classes need the students to have email?
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>>> Eric Hall <[log in to unmask]> 5/19/2009 10:09 AM >>>
As much as I like GA, we have some teachers doing similar work with
(21classes) to allow kids to dialog about their writing.
on 5/19/09 8:15 AM, Joanne Finnegan wrote:
> If you use Google Apps, I could use some ideas for a teacher. If not,
> go ahead and delete!
> I have a 7th/8th grade literacy teacher who wants kids to be able to
> make comments back and forth on a reading piece. She had hoped to put
> four kids in a group and simultaneously go through and insert
> comments. She would like it to look like track changes, which I don't
think is available in Google Apps.
> What happens with the comments kids are putting in is that they break
> up the reading, so if one kid is reading faster than another, there
> are comments that break up the reading for the slower readers, so the
paragraphs don't flow.
> I'm thinking of putting the reading piece into two columns (table) for
> the comments on the side, but am wondering if there is a better way.
> Any thoughts?
> Joanne Finnegan
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