5 Potential Mistakes in Google Classroom

A teacher I respect and admire, John Sowash, recently posted a blog on “5 Google Classroom Mistakes.” He has some very good points in his post, but on a few of them I take a different approach. 1) Do Not Click Student When setting up your Google Classroom...

Google Classroom: Create a Shared Folder

An integral part of my classroom is peer feedback. While Google Classroom makes it very easy to create and collect assignments, making student work accessible to other students is more difficult. Here is a possible work around to help you get students collaborating...

Google Classroom: Grading with Zero or One

Google Classroom allows you organize and assign work to students. Classroom works as a digital dropbox to allow students to submit their digital work to the teacher. Classroom is Not a Gradebook There are limited available point values in Google Classroom. While this...

Google Classroom: Assignment Naming Conventions

What is cool about Google Classroom is that it creates a folder for documents that are handled in Google Classroom and it creates a sub-folder for each assignment you create. This can get out of control quickly if you do not have a solid system for organizing the...

20 Things You Can Do With Google Classroom

Google Classroom Google Classroom (http://classroom.google.com) is available to schools with a Google Apps for Education (GAfE) domain. Classroom is a way to get all of your students in one place and allows you to easily assign work and for students to turn it...
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