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This lesson uses videos to teach critical life and technology skills:
- Introduction to Google Drive
- Create Folders and Change Colors
- Rename, Move, and Delete Folders
- Upload and Add Files to Google Drive
- Set and Change Sharing Permissions
- Use Drive to Organize Files Wrap Up
- Extension 1: Mark Important Files
- Extension 2: Find a Recent File
- Extension 3: Check Your Google Drive Settings
- Extension 4: Customize Advanced Sharing Settings
- Extension 5: Download Files from Google Drive
- Extension 6: Search for Files
- Understand the importance of organizational systems, specifically, how an organizational hierarchy helps you stay on track with due dates and deadlines.
- Demonstrate confidence and self-direction by developing a consistent file naming convention and color-coding system.
- Learn how staying organized makes it easier to collaborate with others.
- Demonstrate logical reasoning skills by grouping similar files into folders and sub-folders, color-coding folders, and choosing which files are important.
- Demonstrate an understanding of Google Drive and cloud-based storage systems.
- Create, name, move, and color-code folders.
- Develop a file naming convention for files in Drive.
- Upload a document to Google Drive.
- Download a file from Google Drive.
- Share files and folders and request feedback.
- Change sharing permissions.
- Find recent files in Google Drive.
- “Star” important files within Google Drive.