Groups are a great way to share with your colleagues, students, parents, or anyone with which you have similar interests or connections.
Creating a group is a simple two step process, and you can create as many as you want. They can be public – where anyone can join, or private – where others can only join if you allow them to. All activity that takes place in a private group (conversations, posting images, comments, etc.) can only be seen by group members.
Below are a few examples of how groups can be used:
- Create a private group for your classroom. Only allow access to your students and their parents.
- Create another, public group for your classroom. For this group you can allow anyone to join, opening your classroom for participation by other students, parents, etc.
- Create private groups to discuss teaching methods or professional issues, allowing only like minded teachers to join.
- Involved parents can create groups to impart advice or help students with subjects in your area of expertise.
- Create groups to connect with other parents.
- Create groups to discuss extra-curricular activities.
- Create groups to focus specific subjects homework, online college paper writers, research.
- Create a group to help research an upcoming assignments.
Being a powerful channel for studying, the Internet also presents special services that offer to complete a paper for the student. And although there are no legal aspects that could stop students from using such services it is important to keep in mind that there are companies that do not guarantee quality or anti-plagiarism, which leads to repetitive copying of papers written by other students. In this case it can cause difficulties as the student is to break the copyright law.