Previously I created a rubric template that allows you to create a rubric, paste your class roster, and then create a copy of the rubric for each student to make evaluation for your class easy.
In the last two years Google Classroom has definitely transformed my teaching practices. It is such a simple system to use. At first I used it in obvious ways, create a Google Doc, type directions in that Doc and post it as a class assignment. But as time went on I began to see it as a store-house of writing workshop tools and resources! My hope is that this article inspires you to try out new ways of using Google Classroom in order to enhance your writing workshop instruction…
20 New Ways to Use Google Classroom: Google has opened up Google Classroom to users outside of G Suite for Education. Users with a personal Google account can now both join and create classes. This opens so many doors for teachers, students, and parents to connect, collaborate and learn.
Differentiation the Google Classroom way. Using Google Classroom (part of the…
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I would so enjoy using the group maker add on in my classroom. It takes the load off of me to sit and work on groups forever and its interesting for the students to watch to see who they will be working with.
Alright, you’ve decided to give Google Classroom a try…now what? Here is a basic guide to begin using Google Classroom. Step 1: Create a Classroom Page Sign into your google account and go to www.classroom.google.com. Click the plus-sign (+) next to your email address (top right-hand corner). Select “create a class” and title it. You
Posting a Daily Warm-Up - Since I do a daily warm up I was interested in advice on how to make this a more streamlined and paperless solution. Not sure I love this idea, but may consider giving it a shot.
Can your students write complete correct sentences? With this digital resource, students type a sentence while responding to picture prompts. A planning prewrite page is provided before students write their complete sentence. Use Google Slides in your Google classroom. Works well for elementary students and ELLs (English Language Learners).