Google Drive Video Tutorial

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  1. Thank you for your tutorial on Google Drive. I am moving to high school language arts next year and want to use Google Drive for the purposes of editing student’s writing and emailing it back to them. I have several questions about that. Would the only requirements for the class be: 1. Have a Google account 2. Have it set up to share with me by adding my email address to that option
    Also, when they email it to me, can I just go in and edit and email it back?
    To see the corrections, do they just view the document in their revisions made tab?
    Sorry, I am clueless. I have taught 6th grade forever and never had to require or use anything like this. I have 5 different classes and that adds up to a ton of essays. I would rather go paperless. Can you help? Any advice would be greatly APPRECIATED! 🙂

    • Christy- Sounds like you have a pretty good grasp of the process! When they create their document, they’ll have to give you permission to edit. Then, yes, once you do, they can simply look at the revisions tab. You can see revisions by color there, too!

      I also found this site that may help you:

      Best of luck! If you need anything else just let me know.