Our district is taking baby steps towards using Google Classroom, and I thought it would be a good time to begin a related “Best” list.
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Here are my choices for Google Classroom resources:
Get quizzing with locked mode, and grade away with Classroom is from Google, with a follow-up post from Richard Byrne, A New Gradebook for Google Classroom!
So… you want to start using Google Classroom, eh? Just need some help getting started?
I made this page to help👉https://t.co/R4ViNjLPi8
Even more awesome👉https://t.co/1Q0FSv0UOU
— Donnie Piercey (@mrpiercEy) March 11, 2019
The Google Classroom Cheat Sheets for Teachers and Students! is from Shake Up Learning
The Google Classroom Student Starter Kit is from Tarvara Academy.
10 Google Classroom Tips for Remote Learning is from Shake Up Learning.
Classroom Cheat Sheet 2.0 looks pretty good.
Google announced a bunch of updates to its education offerings:
See much of them at Go back to school with Google.
One of the many updates is supposedly the ability to generate a link instead of code for Google Classroom, though it doesn’t show up for me, yet.
Google Assignments is supposed to make Grading made easy with Assignments, an app for your LMS.
Here’s a new video about it:
Classroom adapts for the future of learning and teaching is from Google. This news looks particularly interesting/useful, though I’m not sure if our district’s version would support it:
Classroom add-ons: Coming to beta later this year for districts with the Teaching and Learning Upgrade or Education Plus, Classroom add-ons allow you to bring your favorite content and activities from top edtech tools right inside Classroom. Admins will be able to pre-install add-ons for multiple teachers or groups at once.
We’re starting with nine partners including Adobe Spark for Education, BookWidgets, CK-12 Foundation, Edpuzzle, IXL, Kahoot!, Nearpod, Newsela and SAFARI Montage, with plans to expand to many more. Here’s an example of how Bookwidgets is using add-ons to make it easier for teachers to assign an activity and students to complete it, without ever leaving Classroom.
5 Pro Tips for Easy Differentiation in Google Classroom is from Learners Edge.
How to Archive Google Classroom is from Richard Byrne.
Google Classroom Advanced Tips (Part 1) – SULS0172 https://t.co/h16YynVxdi
— Amber Teamann (@8Amber8) September 13, 2022
🤔Have you tried the NEW ⭐️Practice Sets⭐️ in @GoogleForEdu Classroom? Math and science teachers, you are going to LOVE this! Here's a short video to get you started! #JCPSDigIn @cory_rawlins @SheanScienceIRL
— 🌍 Michelle Shory 💻 (@michelleshory) October 24, 2022