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Google Classroom is a free blended learning platform for schools that aims to simplify creating, distributing, and grading assignments. The primary purpose of Google Classroom is to streamline the process of sharing files between teachers and students.
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Comments on Google Classroom
“Once our district turn to a Google based school and implemented the 1:1 initiative. Every teacher is responsible for creating, using, and updating their google classroom for each subject they teach. This was especially helpful during the pandemic. Its a great platform to keep track of student assignments, grades, and also a different as safe type of social media for education.” 2022
“easy to share learning materials for students and track their progress” Caroline, teacher, Malaysia, 2021
“Google Classroom is .. a very student-friendly way of communicating everything you need in the classroom. You can also allow students to have certain permissions so they cannot take over your mainstream and blog. I like to use this part for announcements and posting links to helpful videos or Google Slides. The assignments tab also keeps everything in order for students to view. It is sort of an all-in-one place for your classroom online.” Darren Vance, Middle School Math Teacher, USA, 2021
“Keeps all assignments, resources, etc. in a one convenient place for students to be able to reference” Ben Martinez, K12 teacher, USA, 2021
“This has been a game changer in the world of education. It makes collecting assignments and grading papers much more efficient, especially writing and language assignments. Instead of having 60 assignments floating around in my email, they are all in the right place and I can see who has turned things in and the live progress they have made on the assignment. I love how I can push out links to websites and articles quickly and easily, and feedback among students is a great feature to have available too.” Librarian, 2020
“Creates online version of my class, organized platform for all users, free” Jared, Visual Art Educator, USA, 2020
“Easy to communicate with others and to post/share creations. User friendly. Many outside sites now have the option to connect to a google classroom.” Teacher, 2020
“Best option to use as a student. Everything is located in one place. As a teacher super user friendly” Teacher, 2020
“For online learning, a low cost and effective way to share documents and ensure everyone has a copy of the documents. Particularly useful for online and virtual learning.” Eunice, Adlut Educator, Singapore, 2020
“Easy to use and free” Joitske Hulsebosch, Adviser Online Learnng, The Netherlands, 2020
Quick Guide to Google Classroom
Here you will find some basic guidance and links to resources on how to use Google Classroom for teaching, training, learning and development.
Google Classroom has become a popular learning platform in schools, colleges and universities as a place for students to come together and share work in the classroom itself.
However, in recent months it has also become the place to host online and remote teaching activities. This video shows you how.
This video shows you how to use Google Classroom as a LMS in a university
Here’s how it can be used for professional development of teachers in 15 ways to use Google Classroom in professional learning
In the workplace, Google Classroom is being utilised for many different types of workplace training like onboarding. It’s also a good place to centralise all learning materials and progress.
- 60 Smarter Ways To Use Google Classroom, TeachThought, 24 May 2019
- How to use Google Classroom, The Tech Advocate, 23 February 2018
- The beginners guide to Google Classroom, BookWidget, 31 March 2017
Last updated: August 27, 2022 at 16:43 pm