Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Google Classroom Fact Card

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Here is another "Fact Cards" about the numerous tools for teachers and students we feature in the Basecamp training. This example is Google Classroom. This is a hugely powerful tool for anyone that has already started using Google Drive and wants to take sharing materials with their classes to the next level.

Create a course online and either invite your students via email, or give them a code to type in to allow them to enrol.

As lessons go by post things for the class:

  • An announcement - perhaps a reminder or a link to the OneNote used in the lesson, or an attached OfficeMix they may find useful.
  • An online assignment - something for the students to complete online and submit - perhaps responding individually to complete a writing frame provided for the task, or working collaboratively on a presentation. Multiple files can be attached to an assignment (of any kind - not always Google ones - indeed products like OneNote, Mix and Sway from Microsoft work brilliantly in Classroom). As teacher you can see when students have completed the task and view the work they submitted all in one place.
  • An online question for a response from students.

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