by Randy Fairfield, 3/13/17
Do you have students that struggle with handwriting and typing? Perhaps they struggle to get the ideas in their head down on the paper? Why not have them use the Voice-to-Text feature in Google Docs? Simply open up a Google Doc, click Tools, and then click Voice Typing. Game changer!
If you’re leaving a comment in Google Docs, click on the voice-to-text tool, and then say, “insert comment” followed by your comment, you will have voice-to-text in comments as well!
Randy Fairfield, MEd and MBA, is a teacher and consultant in the Richland School District in Eastern Washington. He is also a Google for Education Certified Trainer, Edmodo Certified Trainer and Hapara Champion Trainer and Consultant.
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