Google Classroom Tips
Use this guide to help when using Google Classroom Tips in YOUR classroom. Yes, Google Classroom is quickly taking over the world. Mahahahahaha. (Que Evil Laugh) This blog post will teach you the basics tips I use with Google Classroom, and help you navigate your way into a technology filled learning experience. Get started using Google Classroom in your classroom today! My philosophy “Remember – Technology is the gateway for building relationships with your students. It is the future, it is now, and it is this generation.Get with it.”
Google Classroom can
- Create an easy accountability factor for your students.
- Grade all of your papers. Say WHAT?!?! No more grading? Thanks to a fun add on app, Google Classroom WILL grade all of your papers. Check out flubaroo here.
- Next, use it anywhere that has an internet connection.
- Further, it has its own app to simplify life even more.
- In fact, it allows teachers to give instant feedback.
- As a tree hugger, I adore the fact that it saves trees by using less paper.
- Most importantly, it’s free.
- In addition, provide detailed assignments without having to repeat yourself.
- Offer a blended classroom and can provide instruction when you’re absent.
- As a result, it is loved by all students.
- Until now, it’s been difficult to easily differentiate but now it is.
- Secondly, let it simplify your life.
- Now, students are more engaged.
- It offers group work without the fussing and fighting.
- Again, is compatible with all Google Drive applications.
- For example, it offers peer learning and motivation.
- Cuts down on planning.
- Provides constant documentation.
- Lets you upload all of your materials to one central location.
- Allows you to embed test directly in the news-feed.
- Most importantly, share a test with all of your classes.
- It’s totally user friendly.
- Created by Google. Um – enough said.
- Migrate your calendar and your due dates.
- Keep students engaged with question-driven discussions.
- Share the classroom with more than one teacher.
- Attach a form to a post. (test)
- Return student work after you’ve made revisions.
- Message your students privately.
- Google Classroom was made for you!
Want to learn more about how Google Classroom can improve your school atmosphere? Read this article.
Want to bring Google Classroom to your school, classroom, or friends? Use this flipbook to get started.