Frustrated that in order to assign something to one student in Google Classroom, you need to assign it to the entire class? That’s been fixed. Google Classroom just announced this new differentiation feature – read about it here, or watch the quick walk through below!
I’m still working out how to best communicate with everyone – I created this blog in WordPress to play with something that isn’t a Google product, but it’s still a work in progress!
On with the tips…please note that there are “tags” at the end of each post. If you want to read more of my posts about, say, Google Classroom, simply click on that tag and you’ll find everything I’ve posted on the subject. I’m going to be adding content from last year, too, so the amount of content may seem meager now but won’t be for long! Continue reading “Happy October!”
- Check out Google Cast. Students can add this app from the Chrome Web Store, and when prompted by the teacher, project wirelessly from his or her device. I haven’t tried it here at school, as it’s fairly new, but here’s an article by a teacher who did. A post from an EdTech site explains the process step by step. If you try it (or would like help trying it), please let me know!
Continue reading “Seven tips to get into the fighting spirit!”
Changes to Google Classroom, Turning a Word doc into a Google doc, fighting spam, and making online articles more readable AND interactive for class!
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I’m going to be frank. I don’t have a Google Classroom set up. I know you have snappy resources for me in your links up above, but do you have a colorful cheat sheet that I could look at?
- Jennifer Judkins does! It’s very organized and, just like you requested, very colorful! The best part is that it includes the brand-new Google Classroom updates that just rolled out last week! Take a peek!
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