One of the newest tools in the
Google Apps of Education Suite
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Teachers can distribute an
assignment and collect it
Feedback on assignments is
easy and instantly available
Teachers can set up their
Drive folders are created
for each student to make
organization easier for
students and teachers.
Classroom communication is done
instantly and students can help each
other with questions
Coordinates with Google Docs,
Google Drive and Gmail
Benefits of using Google Classroom
Google Classroom creates an easy flow of
Steps for using Classroom
1. Teacher uses Google Classroom to create a “class” for
each class they teach. Students are added to each
“class” or students can join using a code.
2. Students “join” their class in Classroom.
3. Teacher can add an announcement or an assignment to
each class individually.
4. Teacher creates a worksheet using Google Docs.
5. Teacher attaches the worksheet to the assignment and
enters in a due date and time.
6. Students complete the worksheet and turn it in online.
7. Teacher can see when each worksheet is turned in and
who has work left to be completed.
8. The assignment is graded and returned to the student
9. If edit rights are given, a student may make changes to
the graded assignment to be re-submitted.
10. All steps have been completed without using a single
sheet of paper.
ISTE Standards for Teachers
2. Design and develop digital age
learning experiences and assessments
Teachers design, develop, and evaluate
authentic learning experiences and assessments
incorporating contemporary tools and resources
to maximize content learning in context and
to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes
identified in the Standards
3. Model digital age work and learning
Teachers exhibit knowledge, skills, and work
processes representative of an innovative
professional in a global and digital society.
ISTE Standards for Students
2. Communication and collaboration
Students use digital media and environments to
communicate and work collaboratively, including
at a distance, to support individual learning and
contribute to the learning of others.
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