My Google Classroom video upgrade pack

by Adrian Praljak 3 months ago in how to

Following is a complete collection of 15 High Definition videos with step by step content in this upgrade pack

My Google Classroom video

Google Classroom program now has 40 million users, 30 million Chromebooks students!

40 million students and educators rely on Google Classroom to stay organized and support creative teaching techniques. 30 million more use Chromebooks to open up a world of possibilities both inside and outside the classroom.

Google Classroom makes organizing and managing all of your Google Apps activities streamlined and easy. Set it up in minutes.

Thousands of teachers are certainly finding their way to Google Classroom. It has been as billed by Google: less focus on tech, more focus on teaching. It has made managing Google Apps files in schools more streamlined and communicating with classes easier.

Have you set up Classroom in your classroom? If you’re like many others we know, you might not have for some reason.

Well, now is the time! This guide will show you how to set Classroom up in a matter of minutes and perform the main tasks, easy time saving hacks for teachers, how to analyse usage reports, and so many other handy tips and tricks to make your Google Classroom a success.

Happy Learning!

Here’s the breakdown:

In Video #1:

which is the Introduction video, you will get a detailed explanation of what will be included in the complete training, so that you can have a clear vision of what to expect from it.

In Video #2:

You will find What is Google Classroom and how does it work.

In Video #3:

You will find the Why to integrate Google Classroom and its benefits of collaborating.

In Video #4:

You will find out How can you benefit as a Google for Education Partner.

In Video #5:

You will learn the latest and newest updates of features added to Google Classroom.

In Video #6:

You will find out step by step tutorial on how to Get started with Google Classroom.

In Video #7:

You will find out how to create assignments in Google Classroom.

In Video #8:

You will come to know how to train your employees using Classroom.

In Video #9:

You will find out how to use Gradebook to enhance Google Classroom.

In Video #10:

You will find out easy and time saving Google classroom tips for teachers.

In Video #11:

You will learn how to measure and analyze Classroom Reports and usage.

In Video #12:

You’ll discover the best Apps to use with Google Classroom.

In Video #13:

You will find out things you might not know about using Google Classroom and how to use them for maximum results.

In Video #14:

You will find out great ways to start using Google Classroom now.

In Video #15:

You will learn How to partner with Google For Education.

As the classroom is becoming more and more paperless, teachers have to start finding solutions to hand out assignments, manage their classroom, communicate with students, and so on.

A rapidly growing number of teachers are finding their way to Google Classroom. An ingenious virtual classroom that focusses less on tech and more on teaching. You don’t have to be a tech professional to handle this classroom.

In this post we will explain what Google Classroom is, and what you can or can’t do with it.

What is GC?

Google Classroom helps teachers and students to communicate and can be used to organize and manage assignments, to go paperless, for collaboration between students and between teachers, and so on! You could compare it with iTunes U, Showbie, and other online learning platforms.

It’s built on top of Google Docs and Google Drive, which means it’s very easy to use and intuitive for any teacher. But that doesn’t mean it’s boring. Google Classroom is full of surprises you’ll encounter along the way.

Things you can do with Google Classroom

So this is probably the most important question. Why would you use Google Classroom? What’s in it for you?

First of all, it’s completely free. You won’t have to upgrade to a pro version that will cost you some money. Yes, $0,00. Nothing. At. All.

After you’ve set up your classroom, you can get started. You’ll find out how to set up your Google classroom account in just a few minutes. Here’s a list of the things you can do with it:

Add announcements and lesson material: Give your students announcements about your lesson. Add lesson materials in the announcements. That way, students can find everything quickly. You can add materials from a Google drive, connected to that Google Classroom lesson, add files and images from your computer, add a YouTube video or add any other link you want your students to visit. You can add a BookWidgets exercise in just minutes. It’s that easy!

Add assignments: Just like adding an announcement, you can add an assignment to your course. It works the same way, but here you get the option to add a due date. It will notify your students when they have to make an assignment and it will also appear in their Calendar.

Grade an assignment: Afterwards, you can check and grade the assignments your students have handed in. There’s room for feedback via a teacher comment. Then, send the assignment back to your students.

Manage students: Of course, your students have to be able to share comments. Or not? That’s completely up to you! You can manage permissions, giving students the ability to post and comment, only comment, or give only the teacher the ability to post and comment. You can even e-mail your students individually.

Sell, service and innovate with Google for Education. Partners are a fundamental part of the Google for Education mission, to help teachers inspire curiosity and students to discover and learn together.

Successful distributor and reseller partners build strong relationships with partners that provide services or build tools that integrate with Google for Education to provide robust, end-to-end solutions.

In the space of just five years, Google has helped upend the sales methods companies use to place their products in classrooms. It has enlisted teachers and administrators to promote Google’s products to other schools. It has directly reached out to educators to test its products — effectively bypassing senior district officials. And it has outmaneuvered Apple and Microsoft with a powerful combination of low-cost laptops, called Chromebooks, and free classroom apps.

Follow the easy, detailed steps, tips and tricks for educators in this guide to familiarize yourself with Google Classroom. With over 40 million students and educators worldwide, it might be your turn to learn this platform.

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