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Google Keep is a note-taking service developed by Google. It allows users to make different kinds of notes, including text, lists, images, and audio, all of which can be synced with your Google account.

  1. Defining Objectives
    Google Keep can be used by educators to clearly define and share lesson objectives with students.
  2. Determining Required Evidence
    Students can use Google Keep to submit notes, reflections, or images as evidence of their understanding and learning progress.
  3. Creating the Learning Plan
    Educators can use Google Keep to organize lesson plans, ideas, resources, and collaborative notes, contributing to effective planning and implementation.

  1. Content
    Educators can use Google Keep to share differentiated content, such as individual notes, reading lists, or instructions with specific groups of students.
  2. Learning Process
    Google Keep supports student-centered learning processes by allowing students to take and organize notes according to their personal learning styles.
  3. Product
    Students can use Google Keep to create and share products of their learning, such as annotated images, text-based reflections, or audio recordings.
  4. Learning Environment
    Google Keep contributes to a flexible learning environment, enabling students to access and interact with learning content and notes anytime, anywhere.

  1. Online Lessons: Google Keep can enhance online lessons by providing a platform for note-taking, reminders, and the organization of resources.

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