Tuesday, January 17, 2017

G Suite: Google Classroom Part 2 Top 10 Tips

1. Create a "faux class"

Set up a fake class full of your reusable assignments and
project tasks. Use the Reuse Post feature to pull these
out into other classes when needed.

Here’s how > goo.gl/taVOsG

2. Managing Class Files

Manage class files from inside Classroom,
not in Drive itself. Classroom keeps track
of everything for you!

Learn more > goo.gl/JyEOpK

3. Trusted Domain Feature

This tool lets you combine students from
different domains (like other schools or
districts) so you can work together. Talk to
your Admin to set it up for you!

Learn more > goo.gl/A02BLJ

4. Guardian Emails

Add Guardian emails for your
students to keep parents and caregivers
up to date with their child's progress.

Learn more > goo.gl/6G7gbI

5. Hand Drawn Feedback

Use an iPad for grading student work so you can
use hand drawn annotations to mark up their work.

Learn more > goo.gl/WOVnTJ

6. Photo Submissions

Students can submit photos taken on a
mobile device by using the Classroom
mobile app.

Here’s how >

iOS: goo.gl/d9dphs

Android: goo.gl/OjTzh3

7. Adding Topics

Be sure to add a topic to each post
in the Stream. It helps categorize
posts and makes it much simpler to
find things as more content is
added as the year goes on.

Here’s how > goo.gl/yC5Jr1

8. Handwritten Attachments

Students can create a new blank PDF file,
write directly into it with the annotation
tools, then save it as an handwritten
attachment for their assignment.

Here’s how > goo.gl/FBHKGp


Leave a comment trail on
student assignments. Try to give
actionable formative feedback
before the due date so they can
learn from it and improve their

Learn more > goo.gl/yDBofO

10. Mobile Notifications

Let your students know about the mobile
Classroom app for their phones and tablets so
they can get notifications of announcements
and assignments.

Learn more > goo.gl/gv0g1D

> iOS app: goo.gl/ucThb1

> Android app: goo.gl/wCC78M

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