How do I share Project documents with another teacher at my school?

Note: This feature is currently only available for schools using Google Apps for Education on the Summit Learning Platform. If your school uses Microsoft Office 365, please contact us and we'll help you set up document sharing.

On the Summit Learning Platform, students complete their work in Google Documents. By default, only the teacher who assigns the Project and the student working on the Project can access the documents. You may want other teachers to be able to see student work if teachers are co-teaching a Project.

To share all past and future Project work that you assign:

  1. Go to Google Drive
  2. From My Drive, select your Student PLP Work (<Academic Year>) folder
  3. Click on the folder name, and select Share... from the dropdown menu

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  4. Enter the email addresses of the other teachers that need access to the documents

To share past and future work for a specific Project that you've assigned:

  1. Go to Google Drive
  2. From My Drive, click into your Student PLP Work (<Academic Year>) folder
  3. Right-click on the Project folder you'd like to share, and select Share... from the dropdown menu

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  4. Enter the email addresses of the other teachers that need access to the documents
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