Today we are building on some of the learning you have been doing in this series. We have focused on a number of tools to help you connect. We hope that you are continuing to set aside 10 minutes each day to connect through one of those tools, or to learn something new with us.
This series will continue to exist on our website even after November 30. You can work through it at a pace that suits you. If you find it helpful, please spread it to your colleagues. Use the link at the top of this page to suggest other topics you need to learn about, or simply post a comment on the blog asking for help. The whole purpose of OSSEMOOC is to support education leaders (formal and informal) in getting connected and modelling the learning we want to see in our “classrooms”.
Yesterday we looked at how to access and build your Google Drive so that you can share your documents, images, spreadsheets, presentations and resources with others. Google Drive allows you to easily collaborate on any topic with those on your team.
How are school and system leaders around the world leveraging this method of collaboration?
Take ten minutes today to explore some of the possibilities that will help you to transform the way you do your work and model the learning for those in your sphere of influence.
If you are already using Google Drive in your practice, please share how by posting this on your blog and sharing the link on Twitter under the #ossemooc hashtag. Or, please share how you use Google Drive in the comments for this post.
Let other leaders see the power of collaborating online!
Google Docs for Administrators: 5 Ideas to Get Started – by Kyle Pace. How can we streamline administrative tasks with Google Docs? “Administrators modelling for teachers, which will hopefully lead to teachers modelling for students.”
Google Docs for Administrators: 5 More Ideas – by Kyle Pace. More ideas for streamlining the tasks of school leaders, including event planning and teacher collaboration.
Web 2.0ing Your Staff Meetings – by Mark W. Carbone. Great ideas for bringing staff meetings to life and incorporating asynchronous collaboration.
Google Apps for School Administrators – Derrick Waddell
Google Tutorials (Richard Byrne)