The best teachers collaborate, but we don’t always collaborate with the same people or in the same ways. Google Classroom has made it easier to stay flexible when we work with other teachers. Now you can transfer ownership of your classes to your co-teachers. In order to transfer ownership of a class, the new teacher
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.
When in the Stream of Google Classroom you can find the topics listed on the left-hand side. Click on the topics in the listing to filter assignments for that topic. Add Topics You can add a topic by clicking on “Add topic” in the sidebar. Alternatively, you can add a topic when creating an assignment.
For Everyone Google Classroom is no longer restricted to users on the same domain. If you have an @gmail.com email address you can go to http://classroom.google.com and create a class. You can also join a Google Classroom class by using your personal Gmail account. For Everyone But… This does not mean that you can use
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
Schedule a Post Schedule a post to the Stream by clicking on the drop down arrow next to the blue assign box. Choose Schedule Choose the schedule option from the drop down menu. Choose Date and Time Select the date the post will appear in the Stream. Edit the time to determine what hour and
Ask a Polling Question to the Stream An update to the Question style assignment now allows for asking a multiple choice question. Create a Question Click on the plus icon in the bottom right to choose “Create question.” Short Answer The default question type is “Short answer.” Click on this to change to “Multiple Choice.
Google Classroom is simple to get started. Go to classroom.google.com, create a class, post an assignment and share the class code with students. There is no easier way to go blended. Here are a six things to click on that are not so obvious. 1. Class Folder The class folder is located in Google Drive.