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What students see when completing assignments in Google Classroom

Rob Clarke

Rob is the co-founder and CEO of Learning Architects. He supports leaders and organisations to thrive in the future through coaching, development, technology and learning design. He is a Ministry of Education accredited PLD facilitator. He is also a Dad and volunteers as Special Officer - Education for the United Nations Association of NZ.

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Google Classroom is ideal for educators and schools who want to work remotely. In its many features, one of the most important is that it provides teachers with the ability to share information with students. This can include an ‘assignment’ which students complete, a video, a link to a website, or other content such as handouts, readings and more.

This video will help teachers understand the process for students when receiving, completing and turning in assignments.

This video covers:

  1. How students open their assignments.
  2. Title is already on google doc with students name.
  3. Where the two options for turning in students’ work are found.

Once you know how to share information with students using Google Classroom you’ll be well set up to work remotely, making learning exciting and easy. You might also like to learn more from the Google Classroom help site here.

Google Classroom
1. How to get started with Google Classroom
2. How to share information with students using Google Classroom
3. What students see when completing assignments in Google Classroom
4. How to mark and return your student assignments in Google Classroom
5. How to create documents and complete assignments in Google Classroom
6. How to share a calendar of assignments and activities with parents using Google Classroom

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