Google Inbox http://inbox.google.com is another way to access your Gmail emails. Unlike Gmail, Inbox identifies what class an email from Google Classroom is sent from. Emails are grouped by class so you can view notifications from just one class rather than them being mixed together.
When using Google Classroom, be on the lookout for the TINY TRIANGLE! There are many of them and they mean “More options.” Click on them.
On the class tiles page you can now move the tiles by clicking on the 3 dots and choosing “Move.” You can also drag the tiles around as you would like.
On the Students tab, click on the tiny triangle next to the Class code. Choose “Copy” to copy the code to your clipboard.
Click on the About Tab along the top and find in the sidebar an option for “Class Drive folder.” Anything in the folder is private to the teachers. Suggestion to create your documents in this folder for organization purposes.
Launching the Google Classroom app you will see the tiles of the classes you are teaching. Notice 3 dots on the tile. Tapping on these provides the option to “Edit” or “Archive.” Edit allows you to edit the class title. Note that this does NOT edit the folder title in Google Drive. Archive hides the
If you are using Google Classroom the mobile app is a MUST!! The Google Classroom team listens to feedback. Notice in the upper right hand corner of the app is 3 dots. This provides the option to “Send Google feedback.” Use this often. Share what you love or suggestions!
Each of the Google Apps in G Suite have a shortcut URL that allows you create Google Apps super quick! docs.google.com/create sheets.google.com/create slides.google.com/create forms.google.com/create No Save Button One of the most challenging things to get used to when moving to Google Apps is the lack of a save button. You create and close the doc.
Google Classroom now allows parents to use any email address to sign up for guardian summaries. To set up Guardian summary emails, go to the “Students” tab. On the left-hand side, turn on “Guardian email summaries.” Invite guardians by clicking on “Invite guardians” next to each student’s name. Note that once a guardian is invited
50 Things to Go Further with Google Classroom: A Student-Centered Approach Dr. Libbi Miller and I have finished the follow-up to our popular book “50 Things You Can Do with Google Classroom.” This book helps you take Google Classroom further with 50 more tips. The book is chock full of ways to take it further