My school acquired a set of 30 chromebooks for junior high this year, and I'd like to be able to take advantage of them. I have a plan I'd really like to work out, but I'm having tons of issues with it. The Objective: I would like to set up a regular, repeating (weekly) assignment so that students can complete it in google docs (rather than with pen/paper). Creating a single doc and then sharing it with all students wouldn't work; they all need an individual document that only they can edit. What I've tried so far: I've created individual student folders in my Drive account, and my intent was to make several copies of the same doc (the assignment template) and then drag-and-drop one copy into each folder. Then I would share each student's folder with them. Each week, I would add a new doc to their folder (which they'd already have access to, since I would have already shared their folder with them), so that I wouldn't have to share a new doc with each student every week. First, I had a problem when I realized it's impossible to make multiple copies of the same document. For some reason, this needs to be done one at a time. Then I thought I solved the problem when I found a code that would allow me to make multiple copies of a doc. Unfortunately, those copies are only accessible via docs.google.com - they're not showing up on my drive page (where I go when I go to drive.google.com), and I can't find a (convenient) way to transfer them to the appropriate folder. Currently, what I have to do is this: open the doc, click the "move to folder..." icon, click through to get to the appropriate subfolder, and click "move" in a dialog box that pops up asking me if I'm SURE I want to move this. Dragging and dropping would be much easier, but I can't find a way to do that. Question: Is there a way I can do this that is less time-consuming and tedious? I'm open to scrapping my individual student folders plan as long as I can find a way to create a doc that I can already access (so students can't "forget" to share it with me) and make sure that students all end up with individual docs that only they can edit. I feel like I generally have a pretty good grasp on tech stuff, but I can't get a handle on this! Any suggestions would be amazing.