This is another post in our series previewing Google Classroom!
It creates one central place where you can post resources, assignments, and other class information.
Feedback on announcements and assignments - student can comment on your posts and help each other understand if an assignment doesn’t make sense.
You don’t have to create folders and deal with permissions for assignments in Google drive.
You can have discussions in context of a topic without separate accounts for clunky message boards.
Teachers can see right away who has turned in an assignment and who hasn’t - and can email them right away!
- Part 1 - Google Classroom: From the Teacher's Perspective
- Part 2 - Google Classroom: From the Student's Perspective
- Part 3 - 6 Things You Can’t Do with Google Classroom...Yet
- Part 4 - 4 Ways to Impact Your Students’ Learning Experiences Using Google Classroom
- Part 5 - 5 Problems Google Classroom Solves Right Now
- Part 6 - Google Classroom: FAQ
Lots of interesting changes to Google Classroom recently. Make sure to check out our comprehensive online course on Google Classroom by Google in Education guru Allison Mollica. The course will help you get up to speed with ‘Google Classroom’ and features video lessons with an online quiz after each video chapter to test your knowledge. The course is being updated regularly to reflect the most recent changes. Get access here: http://goo.gl/ddspKc
All our upcoming summits will have a dedicated session about Google Classroom. If you want to learn best practices from Google Certified Teachers and Google Certified Trainers, register for a Google in Education Summit in your area! We will also be running Classroom Workshops soon. Use the sign up form below to get exclusive updates from us.
About the Contributor
Sarah Woods is an MYP Design Technology teacher at the International School of Amsterdam; previous to that she was was the IT Director and an IT Integration Coach at Pechersk School International in Ukraine. She can also be seen on the TEDx stage in her talk, “Identity: Where Fear and Change Intersect in Education”. She is a member of the ECIS technology committeeand holds a Masters of Science in Education in K-12 Technology Integration.