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My new Google obsession is Google Keep. Maybe it's because I yearn to be organized. Maybe it's because I have OCD tendencies. Maybe it's because I haven't found the best way to keep checklists and todo notes...until now.
Google Keep is a simple note-taking application. You can create voice memos, checklists, and insert pictures. What sets Google Keep apart from other checklist tools (like Trello, which I also love) is that it links to the awesome world of Google. I can share notes with family members or team mates WITHOUT them having to create an account...because they already have one! My school district is a GAFE (Google Apps for Education) district so all of my peers AND students have accounts where I can share organizational notes. I even got Superintendent Cooper on board with Keep and he has notes for each administrator that he shares with them. Google Keep is our new "agenda" for team meetings. It is working well so far, and I'll "keep" you updated! (hehe!)
TCEA recently blogged about this note-taking platform and included some ideas for student use in the classroom. These are the ideas that they shared:
You can check out the entire article on the TCEA Blog.
Do you use Google Keep? How do you utilize this tool? I would love to hear from you!
Keeping it Techy,
Thank you Splash of Ink blog for the Google Keep image above.
Instructional Technology Coordinator by title but really just a teacher looking for a classroom to make a difference! Not only sharing EdTech tools, but sharing my thoughts, feelings and the great things happening in public education.
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