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We’re Now on Google Drive


We have exciting news! All of Ask, Listen, Learn’s resources from our newest series, “Alcohol and the Developing Brain” are now available to integrate into your Google Classroom. The digital nature of our programming allows us the opportunity to aggregate our resources and create user-friendly experiences for our community. We’re thrilled to be able to offer our materials across multiple platforms including our website, YouTube videos, and now via Google Classroom.

Our lesson plans, animations, worksheets—and more—are easily available on our Google Drive, so you can save and share our alcohol education resources for use in your own classroom with just a click.

New to Google Classroom? This free tool has collaborative and organizational benefits that can help educators streamline their materials and assignments, all while going paperless. It’s refreshingly simple, and they’ve just introduced new 2017 features! Check out this tutorial for a deeper look.

This tool is versatile; make sure you’re getting the most effective use out of it! Here are some Google Classroom best practices to keep in mind:

  • The Drive supports any kind of multimedia, which allows you to supply your students with a variety of support materials. We’ve uploaded videos and documents, and you can also utilize spreadsheets and more.
  • Using Google Chrome as your browser can optimize the features in Google Classroom and streamline the process. There is also a Google Classroom app that can send notifications about assignments, deadlines, and more!
  • Starting a class discussion is easier than ever. Anyone in your class can follow along with a post on the stream, share ideas, debate, and more. This can be especially helpful for students who are shy or more hesitant to speak out in class; writing their response to a question may make them feel more comfortable. Google Classroom can cater to many different types of learners and students: shy, visual, techy, communicative, etc.


We hope you find this helpful. As always, if you have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out – we love hearing from you!