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What Is Google Classroom?

Introducing Google’s online learning space for parents

Google Classroom is a web application that teachers can use to manage all the documents they typically share with students and collect from students in class. Developed and provided free by Google, this program uses Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals, Google’s suite of productivity and education apps, to provide a secure foundation for teaching, collaboration, and communication. Students can use their own Google account to upload their own files.

Think of Google Classroom as a central dashboard to simplify all teacher-student communication.

How Google Classroom Works

Google Classroom is a user interface or control panel that teachers can use to manage their lessons and all accompanying materials. Previously, you needed a paid Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) account to use Google Classroom, but it’s now available for free to all eligible schools, including homeschoolers.

Check with Google to see if your organization is eligible to use Google Free Classroom.

In addition to using Google Classroom with a free Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals account, there are paid tiers that offer features like advanced security scans, video chat, monitoring tools, and academic integrity tools. These levels range from $3 to $5 per student per year. To compare versions of Google Workspace for Education, go to Google.

If you’re new to Google Classroom, getting started is easy. Go to Google Workspace for Education and Start for free. Follow the instructions to create your free account; If you find that you have additional needs, you can always upgrade later.

When you create a class, you get a class code. Share it with students so they can join the class and access the documents and information you share there.

What’s in Google Classroom?

Google Classroom makes it easy to share a wide variety of documents with students and allows them to stay in touch with the teacher, whether in class or remotely when students access them from home. Here are its main features:

  • Post an ad. As a teacher, you can post messages and announcements on the Google Classroom homepage. These are free-form and unstructured, so they can be simple greetings, motivational phrases, homework reminders, grading messages, or anything else you need to convey.
  • to do one’s homework. Google Classroom is a comprehensive tool for doing class assignments. You can use Google Docs to upload the files students will need to complete the assignment, the rubric and deadline, and any other information you need to submit. Students receive notifications about assignments and when they’re done, they can post them to Google Classroom.
  • Take tests and tests. Teachers can create quizzes and publish them. Google offers great flexibility; Exams can be of any length and complexity, for example, with multiple choice and short answer options.
  • Serve as a library/repository for documents. Google Classroom serves as a user-friendly interface for Google Drive, allowing you to present documents to your students this way.

All versions of Google Workspace for Education include the full suite of Google apps and Classroom apps, including Docs, Drive, Gmail, Calendar, Meet, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Assignments, Sites, Groups, and Admin.

How Google Classroom improves paper-based classrooms

Google Classroom has a number of attractive features that make it a smart alternative to the more traditional paper-based school curriculum.

  • Can be used anywhere students and teachers are present. With students increasingly learning remotely from home, educators can actively engage with students wherever they are. In addition to the web version, there are mobile versions of Google Classroom for iOS and Google Classroom for Android.
  • Can test originality. Because plagiarism is a constant concern in the classroom, Google Classroom has the ability to report student work and indicate whether it is reusing sentences from another source.
  • Offers a central note. Google Classroom can manage student grades and make this information available to the teacher and student. When student assignments are turned in, teachers can return assignments to students for additional work and selectively allow students to review and resubmit assignments.
  • Remote students can use Meet for face-to-face learning. Each class can have its own unique Google Meet code; this allows teachers to create video sessions with students in Google Classroom.

Other features of Google Classroom

New Google Classroom updates in 2021 include:

  • Integration with other e-learning tools via plugins
  • Improved scheduling with SIS list synchronization
  • Audit and activity logs for administrators
  • Tools to monitor student engagement
  • Rich text formatting options (bold, italic, etc.)
  • Multilingual plagiarism detection
  • Export grades directly to your school information system
  • Download and edit multiple images at once
  • Students can work offline

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What Is Google Classroom?

An introduction for parents to Google’s online learning area

Google Classroom is a web app that educators can use to manage all the documents they would typically share with and collect from students in the classroom. Developed by Google and provided for free, it uses Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals, which is a suite of Google’s productivity and educational apps, to provide a secure foundation for teaching, collaborating, and communicating. Students can use their own Google accounts to upload their own files.

Think of Google Classroom as a centralized dashboard for simplifying all teacher and student communication.

How Does Google Classroom Work?

Google Classroom is a front end, or dashboard, that teachers can use to manage their classroom and all the accompanying documents. In the past, you needed a paid business-level Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) account to use Google Classroom, but now it’s available free to all eligible institutions, including homeschoolers,

Check with Google to see if your organization is eligible to use the free Google Classroom.

In addition to using Google Classroom with a free Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals account, there are paid tiers that offer features such as advanced security analytics, video communication, tracking tools, and academic integrity tools. These tiers range from $3 to $5 per year, per student. Visit Google to compare Google Workspace for Education editions.

If you’re new to Google Classroom, it’s easy to get started. Visit Google Workspace for Education and select Get Started for Free. Follow the prompts to create your free account; you can always upgrade later if you find you have additional needs.

Once you create a classroom, you’ll get a class code. Share this with students so they can join the classroom and have access to the documents and information you share there.

What Is in Google Classroom?

Google Classroom makes it easy to share a wide variety of documents with students and let them stay engaged with the teacher, whether that’s happening in the classroom or remotely with students accessing from home. Here are its major features:

Post announcements. As the teacher, you can post messages and announcements on Google Classroom’s front page. These are free-form and unstructured, so they can be simple greetings, motivational statements, assignment reminders, grade postings, or anything else you need to communicate. 
Make assignments. Google Classroom is a comprehensive tool for making class assignments. You can use Google Docs to upload files students will need to perform the assignment, post the rubric and deadline, and any other information you need to covey. Students get notifications of the assignments and can post their completed assignments to Google Classroom when they’re done. 
Conduct tests and quizzes. Teachers can create quizzes and post them. Google provides a lot of flexibility; quizzes can be any length and complexity, with options for multiple choice and short answer, for example. 
Serve as a document library/repository. Google Classroom serves as a friendly front-end to Google Drive, so you can make documents available to your students this way. 
All Google Workspace for Education editions include the full suite of Google apps and Classroom apps, including Docs, Drive, Gmail, Calendar, Meet, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Assignments, Sites, Groups, and Admin.
How Google Classroom Improves on Paper-Based Classrooms

Google Classroom has a number of compelling features that make it a smart alternative to a more traditional paper-based curriculum. 

It’s available wherever students and teachers are located. With students increasingly learning remotely from home, educators can stay actively engaged with students no matter where they are. There are mobile versions of Google Classroom for iOS and Google Classroom for Android in addition to the web-based version. 
It can test for originality. With plagiarism a constant concern in the classroom, Google Classroom has the ability to report on student work and indicate if it appears to reuse wording from a different source. 
It offers centralized grading. Google Classroom can manage student grades and make this information available to both teacher and student. When student assignments are turned in, teachers can return assignments to students for additional work and selectively allow students to revise assignments and turn them back in again. 
Remote students can use Meet for face-to-face education. Each classroom can have its own unique Google Meet code, which allows teachers to set up video sessions with students within Google Classroom. 
More Google Classroom Features

New updates to Google Classroom in 2021 include:

Integration with other online learning tools through add-ons
Advanced scheduling with SIS roster syncing
Audit and activity logs for administrators
Tools for tracking student engagement
Rich text formatting options (bold, italics, etc.)
Multilingual plagiarism detection
Export grades directly to your school information system
Upload and edit multiple images at once
Students can work offline

#Google #Classroom

What Is Google Classroom?

An introduction for parents to Google’s online learning area

Google Classroom is a web app that educators can use to manage all the documents they would typically share with and collect from students in the classroom. Developed by Google and provided for free, it uses Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals, which is a suite of Google’s productivity and educational apps, to provide a secure foundation for teaching, collaborating, and communicating. Students can use their own Google accounts to upload their own files.

Think of Google Classroom as a centralized dashboard for simplifying all teacher and student communication.

How Does Google Classroom Work?

Google Classroom is a front end, or dashboard, that teachers can use to manage their classroom and all the accompanying documents. In the past, you needed a paid business-level Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) account to use Google Classroom, but now it’s available free to all eligible institutions, including homeschoolers,

Check with Google to see if your organization is eligible to use the free Google Classroom.

In addition to using Google Classroom with a free Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals account, there are paid tiers that offer features such as advanced security analytics, video communication, tracking tools, and academic integrity tools. These tiers range from $3 to $5 per year, per student. Visit Google to compare Google Workspace for Education editions.

If you’re new to Google Classroom, it’s easy to get started. Visit Google Workspace for Education and select Get Started for Free. Follow the prompts to create your free account; you can always upgrade later if you find you have additional needs.

Once you create a classroom, you’ll get a class code. Share this with students so they can join the classroom and have access to the documents and information you share there.

What Is in Google Classroom?

Google Classroom makes it easy to share a wide variety of documents with students and let them stay engaged with the teacher, whether that’s happening in the classroom or remotely with students accessing from home. Here are its major features:

Post announcements. As the teacher, you can post messages and announcements on Google Classroom’s front page. These are free-form and unstructured, so they can be simple greetings, motivational statements, assignment reminders, grade postings, or anything else you need to communicate. 
Make assignments. Google Classroom is a comprehensive tool for making class assignments. You can use Google Docs to upload files students will need to perform the assignment, post the rubric and deadline, and any other information you need to covey. Students get notifications of the assignments and can post their completed assignments to Google Classroom when they’re done. 
Conduct tests and quizzes. Teachers can create quizzes and post them. Google provides a lot of flexibility; quizzes can be any length and complexity, with options for multiple choice and short answer, for example. 
Serve as a document library/repository. Google Classroom serves as a friendly front-end to Google Drive, so you can make documents available to your students this way. 
All Google Workspace for Education editions include the full suite of Google apps and Classroom apps, including Docs, Drive, Gmail, Calendar, Meet, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Assignments, Sites, Groups, and Admin.
How Google Classroom Improves on Paper-Based Classrooms

Google Classroom has a number of compelling features that make it a smart alternative to a more traditional paper-based curriculum. 

It’s available wherever students and teachers are located. With students increasingly learning remotely from home, educators can stay actively engaged with students no matter where they are. There are mobile versions of Google Classroom for iOS and Google Classroom for Android in addition to the web-based version. 
It can test for originality. With plagiarism a constant concern in the classroom, Google Classroom has the ability to report on student work and indicate if it appears to reuse wording from a different source. 
It offers centralized grading. Google Classroom can manage student grades and make this information available to both teacher and student. When student assignments are turned in, teachers can return assignments to students for additional work and selectively allow students to revise assignments and turn them back in again. 
Remote students can use Meet for face-to-face education. Each classroom can have its own unique Google Meet code, which allows teachers to set up video sessions with students within Google Classroom. 
More Google Classroom Features

New updates to Google Classroom in 2021 include:

Integration with other online learning tools through add-ons
Advanced scheduling with SIS roster syncing
Audit and activity logs for administrators
Tools for tracking student engagement
Rich text formatting options (bold, italics, etc.)
Multilingual plagiarism detection
Export grades directly to your school information system
Upload and edit multiple images at once
Students can work offline

#Google #Classroom


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