Learn about additional online writing resources.
- Your kid will undoubtedly be doing … a lot of writing for school. … You'll have projects, assignments, emails, … all that kind of stuff. … And even with all the high-tech tools, … writing is still a key component for online learning. … So I'm going to show you the tools we use … with our students and kids. … If I had to choose just one writing tool, hands down, … it would be Google Docs. … It's powerful, intuitive, and free. … If you have a Google email account, … you already have Google Docs. … And if not, you can get one … along with all the other G Suite apps … simply by creating a free Google account. … To be fair, Google Docs … is not the most powerful word processor available, … but it packs plenty of punch for most writers … and excels at a key learning component: collaboration. … Google Docs can be shared with your teachers, classmates, … and, of course, you, the parent, … You or your teacher can add comments, … make suggestions, and edit from pretty much any device. … And it's stored safely in the cloud. …
Skill Level Beginner
Become a Portrait Pro: Family and Kidswith Chris Orwig54m 29s Intermediate
1. Home Learning Basics
2. Being a Teacher and Advocate for Your Child
3. Learning Tools
4. Tools by Subject Area
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