#LearningInTheLoo – Google Drawings

My latest Learning in the Loo poster is all about how to get started with the Google Drawing tool:

Learning in the Loo

As a companion to this week’s how-to-use Google Drawings edition of the Learning in the Loo in a toilet stall near you, I wanted to provide some examples of ways you can use Google Drawings … what can you do with this awesome tool?

Make diagrams for your handouts/tests/slideshows:
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Create an infographic from scratch:
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Create a collage of photos for a custom Google Classroom header image:
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Posters (like this overview of course curriculum) for your classroom walls:
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In addition, an article “10 ways to use Google Drawings for Learning”: http://blog.whooosreading.org/use-google-drawings-for-learning/
Want to give it a try? Go to http://drawings.google.com/create
If you try making a Google Drawing – I’d love for you to show me what you make!

Interested in sharing these posters in the staff washrooms at your school? Here’s the archive.

– Laura Wheeler (Teacher @ Ridgemont High School, OCDSB; Ottawa, ON)

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2 thoughts on “#LearningInTheLoo – Google Drawings

  1. Thank you so much for this concept! Someone on Twitter mentioned #learningintheloo and I was like, “Is this a thing?” @gderry told me it is a thing and then showed an example. Such a great idea!

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