Teacher Tech blog with Alice Keeler

Paperless Is Not a Pedagogy

Alice Keeler


sheetPusher allows you to create a graphic organizer in the current spreadsheet and push it to students on a roster. You can update student spreadsheets from updates on your graphic organizer. Premium feature allows you to pull in the student graphic organizers into a new Google Sheets™ spreadsheet.

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Use the Extensions menu to setup your sheet where the first sheet will list your class roster of names and email addresses. It is important that the first sheet is the roster and the second sheet is the graphic organizer. Once student names and emails are on the roster sheet, use the Extensions menu to create a new Google Sheet™ per student which contains a copy of the graphic organizer.

Make updates to the graphic organizer. Highlight the cells you want to update onto student sheets. Use the Extensions menu to “Update range.”

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Premium feature is to be able to PULL from student Google Sheets™. Use the Extension menu

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