Create drawings, graphics, and posters that can be shared with another individual or up to 50 people. Google Drawings are stored in Google Drive and can be made public to the world.
Learn the Basics
In-App Training Extension
- Graphic Organizers
- Comic Template
- YouTube Channel Google Drawing Videos by Joshua Pomery
- Vector Portrait in Google Drawings by Joshua Pomery
Making it Happen in Your Classroom
- Determine the type of product you would like students to create
- Develop the requirements
- Decide what design techniques, resources you will provide students
- Consider how you would like students to plan / sketch their product
- Develop a collection plan
- Turn in via Google Classroom
- Collect presentation URL via Google Forms.
- Push out the Drawings requirements via Google Classroom
- Provide students the screencast tutorials they will need to learn the basics of the tool.
- Let them create.
- Review and/or present collected Drawings.
- Optional: Have students ...
- present in small groups
- view the Drawings online individually or in small groups and provide feedback via a Google Form