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50 Things You Can Do With Google Classroom


One of the most frequent questions educators Alice Keeler and Libbi Miller hear from teachers is: “How can I effectively implement digital tools in my classroom when I don’t fully understand them myself?” It can be challenging to add new technology to the classroom. Figuring out the equipment and software and deciding how to integrate technology into existing lesson plans are just a few of the learning curves teachers face. But adding technology to classrooms isn’t optional; it’s a must if students are going to be well-equipped for the future. In 50 Things You Can Do with Google Classroom, Keeler and Miller shorten the learning curve by providing a thorough overview of the Google Classroom App. Part of Google Apps for Education (GAfE), Google Classroom was specifically designed to help teachers save time by streamlining the process of going digital. Complete with screenshots, 50 Things You Can Do with Google Classroom provides ideas and step-by-step instruction to help teachers implement this powerful tool.

Google Classroom helps teachers:

  • Encourage collaboration between students
  • Seamlessly use other google tools, such as Google Docs
  • Provide timely feedback to keep students engaged in the learning process
  • Organize assignments and create a paperless classroom Google Classroom makes it easy to facilitate a digital or blended-learning classroom. 50 Things You Can Do with Google Classroom shows you how to make the most of this valuable, free tool.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Set up and add students to your Google Classroom
  • Create a lesson
  • Share announcements and assignments with multiple classes
  • Reduce cheating
  • See who’s really working on team projects
  • Offer virtual office hours
  • Personalize the learning experience
  • And much more!

Table of Contents

1. Make Class Announcements
2. Share Resources
3. Keep Multiple Files in an Assignment
4. Create a Lesson
5. Go Paperless
6. Easily View Student Submission
7. Simplify the Turn-In Process
8. Protect Privacy
9. Encourage Classroom Collaboration
10. Reduce Cheating
11. Create a Discussion
12. Organize Assignments with Due Dates
13. Give Feedback Before Students Submit
14. Email Students
15. Notify Students Who May Need Help
16. Assignment Q&A
17. Create an Ad Hoc Playlist
18. Email Feedback
19. Create Folders
20. Link Directly to Student Work
21. Collect Data
22. Share with Multiple Classes
23. Collaborative Note-Taking
24. Display Student Work
25. One Student, One Slide
26. Target Parent Phone Calls
27. Polling
28. Share a Document with the Class
29. Know Who Edits a Collaborative Document
30. Link to a Website
31. Peer Feedback
32. After-Hours Help
33. Distribute Notes
34. Sharing Informal Learning
35. Email the Teacher
36. Eliminate Schlepping Papers Home
37. Student Projects
38. Have One Place for All Files
39. Document Digital Work
40. Students Create Google Docs
41. Clearly Identify Student Work
42. View Assignments
43. Collaborate with Peers (PLCs)
44. Virtual Office Hours
45. Virtual Faculty Meetings
46. Streamline Counseling
47. Observe Another Classroom
48. Watch Students Do Homework
49. Share Student Samples
50. Provide Choices

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