Organization can be a barrier for student learning and engagement. Google Classroom has been updated to provide easy links to access the Classroom Calendar and the students’ personal Google Calendars. On the left-hand side of the screen, click the “Classroom Calendar” button to be taken to the the calendar overviewing the class assignments.
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.
In Google Classroom, you can now link documents that do not belong to you. Sometimes you may want to link a document that belongs to someone else. Previously, you had to make a copy of this document in your Google Drive or change the share settings on the document. Now, Google Classroom gives you the
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
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.