You’ve got the Google Classroom basics covered, but your workflow is still clunky and classroom engagement isn’t where you want it to be. It doesn’t have to be that way! Follow these 3 simple tips to streamline your workflow and
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For years a Kahoot challenge was one of the most beloved activities in my class. It would always be followed by squeals of delight. Kahoots are a great place to foster cooperation and teamwork, along with friendly competition, learning how
I’m going to show you a Google classroom tip. In this media management classroom that I in, this is actually a student view so this is Clumsy Smurf here and this is an assignment that Clumsy has been allocated by his teacher.
In Google Classroom you have the ability to give feedback, manage and grade student work all in one place. Teachers are able to give students a number grade and the total grade can be customised to your marking system. There is also the ability to copy all grades into a Google Sheet, allowing teachers to work with student data in powerful ways.
Giving feedback to students can often be a timely exercise – well, no more! The newly updated Google Classroom has just solved that for you with a grading system that makes it super quick for you to insert comments and provide meaningful feedback. Read on to find out how to use it.
If you are using Google classroom you’ll love the ‘Share to Classroom’ Chrome extension by Google. Teachers love Google Classroom! Many are only just discovering the ‘Share to Classroom’ extension which allows you to ‘Push’ sites to students and create announcements, assignments and questions quickly and easily. Check out this blog post to see how!
In Google Classroom, you can assign grades to question and assignment tasks given to your students. Although Classroom does not yet have an in-built gradebook, it is still possible to keep track of student grades across different tasks using a linked Google Sheet. This shows students’ grades for each task, as well as average grades for individual students and the class.
I have been speaking with Blake Seufert from Naavi about the development of this add-on for a while now, and am glad it is now available to schools. If you are using Google Classroom, you will enjoy this ad-on. Blake