Google Apps for Ed to help STEM collaboration

I've been getting intrigued by the potential of Google Apps and Chromebooks as tools for enhancing collaboration on STEM projects

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The use of a suite of Google apps (including Drive, Forms, Sheets, etc.) makes it possible for students to share and collaborate on projects in ways that would have been difficult in the past. I'm wondering how these Apps and Chromebooks in the classroom might change the way that group work might happen and better facilitate STEM work. 


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Thanks for the feedback, Margaret! I wasn't aware of the Seesaw program, so just took a quick look on the web- interesting tool! Would love to see how that works in action, especially with respect to peer feedback. 

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