Code.org and Google Classroom Now Google Classroom can sync with Code.org. This makes it fast and easy for teachers to find Code.org courses and add existing students. Begin by going to Code.org. Create a new class section by choosing “Set up your classroom” and click “Use Google Classroom.” You will need to authorize Code.org to
Schedule Assignments Google Classroom allows for teachers to plan ahead and build content before sharing it with the students. After creating an assignment, instead of choosing “Assign” click the down arrow to open up a menu of options. Choose “Schedule” to automatically post the assignment at the chosen time and date. Add Scheduled Time Add the
Create Exit Tickets with Google Classroom Google Classroom makes it easy to create, distribute and collect an Exit Ticket at the end of a class. Click the + icon and choose “Create question” to create the Exit Ticket. Write your question in the question space. You can choose whether your question is a short
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
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.