Google Classroom Tip #42: STEM Learning
Did you know that you can use Google Classroom to promote STEM learning? In todays tip, we will learn how to do just that.
- Lab Data – Use Google Docs or Sheets to record lab data in science classes.
- Lab Notebooks – Use Google Docs or Sheets as a lab notebook in science classes. In Sheets, use different tabs for each lab.
- Lab Scheduling – Create a Google Calendar or a Google Form for requesting lab dates. The calendar can be shared in a Classroom.
- Electronic Permission Slips – Create electronic permission slips for science fairs, athletic participation, use of student photographs, etc. and share through a parent Classroom.
- Equation Editor – Use the Equation Editor in Google Docs to create or complete math and science problems.
- Science Experiments – Post directions and all documents needed for a science experiment. Use Google Sheets to track data.
- Graph Math Problems – Use Google Sheets to graph math problems. Graphs can also be imported from Sheets to Docs or Slides. There are also several math apps and extensions which integrate with Google.
- Math Journals – Have students create a math journal in Google Docs where they can import images and use the equation editor for math problems.
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