# Blogger Initiation Week 2: Working with Scribd

One of our assignments is to upload a document to Scribd and embed it on our blog. So here we go…

One year I had each class (they are grouped into Houses) create their own review sheets for quizzes, tests, etc. I created a google doc that anyone could edit. I sent them the link and they produced:

I don’t know if it helped anyone’s grade, but I think it helped build community within each class.

**Update**: Embedding Scribd documents is pretty cool. And pay no attention to errors on the summary.

Posted on August 24, 2012, in Student Work and tagged function transformations, functions, Scribd Documents, student work. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

i’m really impressed by the equations they got in there.

Very cool! I was thinking about using google docs. It’s neat to hear that I could also create a google doc that students could edit. Wow! Tons of possibilities. Also, It’s cool that they could create equations in that format. Most math teachers I know don’t make their own tests on a computer because they can’t figure out how to use or are not will to spend the time to figure out Equation Editor on Microsoft Word.

I agree on the whole equation editor thing. I have yet to find one I like. The nice thing about this sort of assignment is the students get to work with the equation editor. 🙂

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