Google Classroom makes it easy to see an overview of students work. Click on the “Students” tab to open up the class roster. From the “Students” tab, you can email individual students by click on the three dots. You can also click on the student’s name to access a complete list of assignments.
Access Class Drive Folder Teachers can easily access the class folder in Google Drive through Google Classroom. From the student tab, click on the “Class Drive folder” option in the top block on the left-hand side of the screen above the teacher block. This will automatically open the Drive folder for the specific class
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.
Google Classroom just made it much easier to share your class code with your students! On the student screen, click the down arrow next to the class code. This will show a list of new options. Click clicking the down arrow on next to the class code, you will find a list of new options.
Google Classroom now makes it easier to track student progress and monitor work. From the student list, click on an individual student name. This will take you to a new page where you can view all of the assignments that the student has submitted. You can also use the filters options to quickly
On the Students tab, click on the tiny triangle next to the Class code. Choose “Copy” to copy the code to your clipboard.
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!
We know that learning doesn’t stop when our students leave the classroom. Google Classroom has several new features that help us to move learning beyond the walls of our classroom and increase our connections with students. Email Summaries for Parents The email summaries tool automatically creates summaries to provide parents with an overview of their
Assignment Folder The assignment folder in Google Classroom makes it quick to find all student documents for an assignment at once. The assignment folder icon links to Google Drive. Google Drive has a “Classroom” folder. Within that folder is a folder for each class. Within each class folder is a folder for each assignment that