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Using Google Docs - A2 Applied Micro on Collusion

One of my Year 13 groups was this week assigned a Google Doc exercise on the economics of collusion within an oligopoly. And their draft findings can be found in a pdf document at the bottom of this blog.

One of the benefits of Google docs is that these documents remain live within the group so that students can return to them as and when they need to - perhaps as part of revision. I want to develop their confidence in rearranging text and including supporting links and other documents in their work - editing the work of others is not something that comes naturally to a sixth form student but with plenty of practice and done in the right spirit it can bring about super results and a useful working resource for the whole group.

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