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Google Classroom
Presented by: Diana Benner
@diben dbenner@tcea.org
Google Classroom
1.Click on Incognito
2.Go to http://classroom.google.com
3.Use this login: studentx@tceatraining.org
a.Password: tcea2016
...
Accessing Google
Classroom
1. https://classroom.google.com
or
2. Through app
Start as a STUDENT
If you see this screen...start as a student!
Class Code: dwpfvt
Click Plus to
Join a class
1. Sign in
2. Start doing the
assignments
Let’s Get Started
Creating a Class
Creating a Class
Go to http://classroom.google.com
• Click the "+" in the upper right corner and select "Create Class"
• P...
IMPORTANT!
When you first create a class,
Classroom automatically
creates a folder for you called
“Classroom.”
Each class ...
Enrolling Students
Enrolling Students
You can enroll manually…
• Click “Students” then “Invite”
• Choose from contacts
• Click “Invite Studen...
Enrolling Students
Students can enroll by entering a class code...
Click the "+" in the upper right
corner
Enter the class...
IMPORTANT!
When students are enrolled in a
class, Classroom automatically
creates a folder for them called
“Classroom.”
Ea...
Announcements
Creating an Announcement
● Click on "Stream"
● Click "+"
● Click on announcement
- Type your message
- Add an attachment
-...
Examples of Announcements
Teacher can post:
Daily HW
Daily Notes
Current Events
Review Questions
Students can post:
Curren...
Creating Assignments
Create an Assignment ● Click on "Stream"
● Click "+
● Click on Create Assignment
• Provide a title and instructions
• Prov...
Assignments: Using Drive Templates
Click the Drive icon
Select the file you want to use as a template
Choose how the stude...
Editing Assignments
Click the three dots next to the due date
Select either “Edit” or “Delete”
Make edits and click “Save”
Editing Assignments
Students Submitting Assignments
1. By adding an
already existing file
from their Drive
2. By submitting the
Doc they can create in
the assignment within
C...
Students Submitting Assignments
1. Adding From Drive:
• Click the "Add" button
- From Google Drive
- Web-link
- Upload a f...
Students Submitting Assignments
2. Creating in Classroom:
• Click the "Assignment" button
- Document
- Presentation
- Spre...
Students Submitting Assignments
3. Using Teacher Provided Drive Template:
1. Click “Open” next to the assignment title
Students Submitting Assignments
Using Teacher Provided Drive Template:
2. Click the document link. Note that it is already...
Students Submitting Assignments
Using Teacher Provided Drive Template:
3. When done, students will click the “Turn In” but...
Students Marking the Assignment Done
If you don’t have anything required to be turned
in, when student has completed assig...
Students can make comments
Students can make comments on the
assignment. You will get an email every time
they make a comm...
Turning on/off email notification
Click on your home link, then
scroll down to Settings
Click off the send email
notificat...
Grading Assignments
Click on the assignment to open it
Note that you can see how many students have turned
in the assignment! (HUGE TIME SAVER...
Grading Assignments
• Set Point Value (1, 20, 50, 100, Ungraded)
• Click “No Grade” in the Grade column to enter the score...
Things to note about assignments
1. Once a student “Turns in” the assignment, they can no
longer edit it until returned
2....
Other Features
The “About Page”
Click on the about Icon
Managing Students
Click “Students” and you can…
Add and Remove students
Email students individually or in desired grouping...
Accessing Your Classes
Click the three white lines in the
upper left corner to access your
classes.
This is true for both ...
Class Cover Photo
CLICK HERE
SELECT FROM
PROVIDED IMAGES
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Getting Started with Google Classroom

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Getting Started with Google Classroom

  1. 1. Google Classroom Presented by: Diana Benner @diben dbenner@tcea.org
  2. 2. Google Classroom
  3. 3. 1.Click on Incognito 2.Go to http://classroom.google.com 3.Use this login: studentx@tceatraining.org a.Password: tcea2016 4.Don’t add the phone number if asked Let’s experience it as a student first
  4. 4. Accessing Google Classroom 1. https://classroom.google.com or 2. Through app
  5. 5. Start as a STUDENT If you see this screen...start as a student!
  6. 6. Class Code: dwpfvt Click Plus to Join a class
  7. 7. 1. Sign in 2. Start doing the assignments Let’s Get Started
  8. 8. Creating a Class
  9. 9. Creating a Class Go to http://classroom.google.com • Click the "+" in the upper right corner and select "Create Class" • Provide a name and section number (if applicable) • Click the blue "Create" button
  10. 10. IMPORTANT! When you first create a class, Classroom automatically creates a folder for you called “Classroom.” Each class you create will be given a separate folder housed in your “Classroom” folder. **Folder is found in your Drive (not Classroom)**
  11. 11. Enrolling Students
  12. 12. Enrolling Students You can enroll manually… • Click “Students” then “Invite” • Choose from contacts • Click “Invite Students” **Reminder: Must be on the student side to find student emails!**
  13. 13. Enrolling Students Students can enroll by entering a class code... Click the "+" in the upper right corner Enter the class code
  14. 14. IMPORTANT! When students are enrolled in a class, Classroom automatically creates a folder for them called “Classroom.” Each class in which they enroll will be given a separate folder housed in their “Classroom” folder. THIS IS NOT A SHARED FOLDER **Folder is found in your Drive (not Classroom)**
  15. 15. Announcements
  16. 16. Creating an Announcement ● Click on "Stream" ● Click "+" ● Click on announcement - Type your message - Add an attachment - Add a Drive file - Add a YouTube video - Add a web-link • Click "Post" Students will then receive an email with your announcement. They will also see it in the stream.
  17. 17. Examples of Announcements Teacher can post: Daily HW Daily Notes Current Events Review Questions Students can post: Current Events Links to Doc Files to share with class Questions for class/teacher
  18. 18. Creating Assignments
  19. 19. Create an Assignment ● Click on "Stream" ● Click "+ ● Click on Create Assignment • Provide a title and instructions • Provide a Due Date and Time • Provide resources: - Attachment - Drive Template - YouTube Video - Web-link • Click "Assign"
  20. 20. Assignments: Using Drive Templates Click the Drive icon Select the file you want to use as a template Choose how the students will get the document: Students Can View File: No editing. They would have to make their own copy. Students Can Edit File: Full class editing the same document. Make A Copy For Each Student: Every student will get their own editable copy of the template. (Classroom takes care of the naming!)
  21. 21. Editing Assignments
  22. 22. Click the three dots next to the due date Select either “Edit” or “Delete” Make edits and click “Save” Editing Assignments
  23. 23. Students Submitting Assignments
  24. 24. 1. By adding an already existing file from their Drive 2. By submitting the Doc they can create in the assignment within Classroom Students can submit files three ways 3. By submitting the Doc template teacher shared out within the assignment in Classroom 4. Marking the assignment as “Done”
  25. 25. Students Submitting Assignments 1. Adding From Drive: • Click the "Add" button - From Google Drive - Web-link - Upload a file • Click the “Turn In” button
  26. 26. Students Submitting Assignments 2. Creating in Classroom: • Click the "Assignment" button - Document - Presentation - Spreadsheet - Drawing • Click the “Turn In” button
  27. 27. Students Submitting Assignments 3. Using Teacher Provided Drive Template: 1. Click “Open” next to the assignment title
  28. 28. Students Submitting Assignments Using Teacher Provided Drive Template: 2. Click the document link. Note that it is already titled with the assignment and the student name CLICK HERE
  29. 29. Students Submitting Assignments Using Teacher Provided Drive Template: 3. When done, students will click the “Turn In” button in the upper right corner.
  30. 30. Students Marking the Assignment Done If you don’t have anything required to be turned in, when student has completed assignment, have them mark it as done.
  31. 31. Students can make comments Students can make comments on the assignment. You will get an email every time they make a comment See next slide for how to turn on/off email notification
  32. 32. Turning on/off email notification Click on your home link, then scroll down to Settings Click off the send email notifications if you don’t want them
  33. 33. Grading Assignments
  34. 34. Click on the assignment to open it Note that you can see how many students have turned in the assignment! (HUGE TIME SAVER!) Grading Assignments CLICK EITHER LINK
  35. 35. Grading Assignments • Set Point Value (1, 20, 50, 100, Ungraded) • Click “No Grade” in the Grade column to enter the score. • Send a note to the student with desired feedback. The student can respond! • Click “Return” to send the assignment back to the student. Download a CSV file of all the gades and upload to your gradebook! Set Point Values Enter Grade Click Return
  36. 36. Things to note about assignments 1. Once a student “Turns in” the assignment, they can no longer edit it until returned 2. You can send a student the assignment back with feedback if they need to make more edits/corrections 3. When they hand it in again, it will say “revision 2” 4. If a student hands it in late, it will calculate how many days 5. You can return assignments with grade and feedback
  37. 37. Other Features
  38. 38. The “About Page” Click on the about Icon
  39. 39. Managing Students Click “Students” and you can… Add and Remove students Email students individually or in desired groupings Change or disable the class enrollment code
  40. 40. Accessing Your Classes Click the three white lines in the upper left corner to access your classes. This is true for both teachers and students
  41. 41. Class Cover Photo CLICK HERE SELECT FROM PROVIDED IMAGES

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