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Students 5 Steps to Google Classroom [Infographic]

Students Start with Google Classroom

Students 5 Steps to Google Classroom [Infographic]

Students Start with Google Classroom

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Students 5 Steps to Google Classroom

Students can get started with Google Classroom in minutes.

1. Go to Google Classroom

Students can go to the website classroom.google.com or use the Google Classroom app on their mobile devices.

2. Join a Class

Students locate the plus icon in the upper right of the classroom page to enter the join code. Teachers can invite students, however I recommend that students learn how easy it is to join a Google Classroom class.

3. Locate the Assignment

Assignments are posted in the Stream, students are immediately taken to the Stream after joining the class. Remind students that new assignments are posted at the top, they may need to scroll down to locate the assignment.

4. Click on Open

When templates are attached to an assignment, students can locate them by clicking on the OPEN button in the upper right of the assignment. Students can also add additional items to submit by clicking on “Add” or “Create.”

5. Blue Turn In Button

If nothing is attached the blue button prompts the students to “Mark as Done.” If anything is attached to submit the button says “Turn In.” After completing the task students should click the blue button.

Students Quick Start Guide to Google Classroom

For a more extensive student guide to Google Classroom see:

Link to students quick-start guide.


Student Quick Sheet to Google Classroom

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