Yesterday, we announced full Google Apps for Education Integration with Wikispaces Private Label.
Today we’re showing you some great ways you can use this integration in your classroom.
Say you’ve “flipped” your classroom and want to easily post your lectures and slides as Google Presentations for students to access. No problem — hop onto your Wikispaces classroom website and you can add a Google Presentation as a page within the wiki. Any changes you make within Google Docs are reflected immediately within your wiki. Post your daily homework online or update vocabulary lists weekly in a Google Doc. Do them all, and manage them in your wiki.
If you create wikis for each student as an ePortfolio and showcase of their work, your students can now include and share all of their Google Docs work. They can easily create new Google Documents from within Wikispaces or move existing Google Documents into and out of their wiki. It’s so easy for students to organize and present their artifacts, add reflections, and put context around their work in your class for parent conferences.
If you’re using Wikispaces as a home base for your administrative needs, such as holding meeting notes, agendas, and important handbooks and procedures, you can now easily use pages, files, or Google Docs within Wikispaces as needed.
Get started today
If you are a Wikispaces Private Label and Google Apps for Education customer, then you’re ready to get going! Have a look at our integration documentation for your simple setup instructions.
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