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HS: Follow Up to Doing the PLP on Google Drive

On Monday afternoon I held a workshop session after school on how I would suggest doing the PLP via Google Drive. I feel that this is a viable solution that would provide the students and staff with skills that would be useful in their other classes as well. It will put the ownership back on the students so that it is easier for them to retain their PLP should they switch homebase teachers.

After the session, there were faculty members that requested the directions to be put out in step by step form. I spent a chunk of time doing just that in preparation for the next extended homebase. All of the directions as well as a screencast and example on it are all on my "Guides & Tutorials" website at this link.

As always, let me know what you think about this post!

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