What is Google Classroom

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Accessing Google Classroom

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Sign in to your Google Account
  • Go to classroom.google.com

Creating a Class

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  • Select "Teacher" role if prompted
  • Click the icon button at the top right to create a new class

Adding Students to a Class

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  • Invite students by email address
  • Share your class's unique self-enrollment code with students
  • Create multiple classes, each with its own unique enrollment code

Viewing the Stream Page

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Post updates about assignments
  • Post and respond to student comments
  • Get updates on posted items

Viewing the Classwork Page

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  • Post materials
  • Create assignments
  • Create quizzes
  • Access your Google Classroom Drive folder
  • Use topics to organize classwork and assignments

Viewing the People Page

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Students can email teachers and other students
  • Teachers can view, email, remove, or mute any student
  • Email parents and guardians

Viewing the Grades Page

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  • View all graded assignments
  • Review assignments and class average
  • Return assignments to students

Creating Assignments

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Click the Create button to:

  • Create an assignment
  • Post materials
  • Create a quiz
  • Use a previously created resource

Providing Feedback and Grades

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  • Access assignment work under the Student Work tab
  • Double click to view work in the Grading Tool
  • Use the arrows to switch between work
  • Return work using check boxes

Reviewing the Basics

Google Classroom

Now that we've gone over some of the basics of Google Classroom, let's review.

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Reviewing the Basics

Google Classroom QUIZ

1. True or False: You can only have one Google Classroom.

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Sorry, the correct answer is False.

You can create several Google Classrooms to keep your different classes organized.

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Google Classroom QUIZ

2: Please check all of the statements that are true.

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Whoops, that's incorrect.
These are both true:

  • Classroom works in conjunction with Google Drive.
  • The Stream is a place to interact with students and see everything that's happened in the class.
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3: Choose the proper order when grading assignments.

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Sorry, that's incorrect.
The correct order for grading assignments is:

  • 1. Go to the Student Work page
  • 2. Click on Student Work
  • 3. Leave private feedback
  • 4. Assign a grade
  • 5. Return the assignment
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Great job! Now you know the basics of Google Classroom.

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HERE'S WHAT YOU LEARNED TODAY:

  • What Google Classroom is
  • How to access Google Classroom
  • How to create a class and add students
  • How to use Google Classroom pages
  • How to create assignments
  • How to provide feedback and grades

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