Is there a way to edit a pdf? An organization who wants to pay for an upcoming field trip sent the registration form as pdf. I can't fill in our info and just send attachment back. Is there a way to do this?
Hmmmmmmmm . . .
In the case of my teacher question above, I am going to say that the answer is yes. However, I recently had another teacher ask me a very similar question, but with an entirely different purpose in mind. She wanted to know how she could have her students type on PDFs so they could turn in their worksheets in Classroom. SCREECH! This is where I threw on the brakes and asked her to ponder this: what is so great on that worksheet that requires you to go to the effort of digitizing it? If you're looking for an answer to how to digitize a worksheet, then I want you to stop reading RIGHT NOW and ask yourself this critical question: WHY?
I was wondering if you could email or show me a few ways to use technology for reading. I'm having a difficult time incorporating it. I have a few ideas for math, but reading is more complex, I think.
As a Technology Integration Specialist, I actually get this question (or some version of it) a lot. When I try to think of my response to this question, I always end up with more questions than answers. The main thing you and I (or any teacher, really!) need to determine is what is your objective for a lesson in which you want to incorporate the technology?
Is there a way to lock an image or text on Google Drawing so the students can add to the graphic organizer, but not change the format or look?
Oooh... that's a good question, and a great topic for Google Feedback! Technically the answer is no, but there are some ways to sort of make it work.
I'm trying to go as paperless as possible so I am utilizing Google Classroom more than ever. I've created a Drawing where there is a map and then I want the kids to be able to drag a picture onto the map. I am running into the problem of not being able to let a picture go on top of another picture. Any suggestions or words of wisdom?
First WAY TO GO on the paperless effort!! Beyond that, suggestions, yes (and going paperless is one of them!)! Wisdom? Well . . . that's up for debate. But this I do know: use the Arrange menu to order the objects.