Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Google Drawing Project

In one of my tech classes we have been learning about and exploring all of the various Google Apps.  Recently, students completed a Google Drawing project--which was actually 4 different mini projects all in one!

After learning the ins and outs of Google Drawing, students got to pick from a menu of project items 4 different projects they were going to complete using Google Drawing.

Along with the bullet points for each project, students were required to use Google Drawing to create their project.  After that, the creative juices were left to flow with them to see what they could come up with to fit that project!
Overall, I am super impressed with what these ladies came up with for their projects!  Very creative, and very detailed projects from all 8 categories were turned in!

Here are a few samples of the projects below that the girls' turned in.  I really think these types of "menu" projects are great for students because it allows them choice in how they are demonstrating that they understand the content at hand, and they are able to pick a project that they like rather than just being assigned one way to do it.

Anyways, here are a few project samples from our recent Google Drawing project:

1 comment:

  1. Hi! I think this would be a great project to have my beginning Computer Applications class complete as the semester winds down. I was wondering if you have a rubric that you might be willing to share. I am curious as to the criteria you use to grade each of these projects?


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