This video will show you how to use Google Classroom as a student using the most recent 2019 version of Classroom.
Joining a Class 3 Main Menu Tabs – Stream, Classwork and People Submitting an Assignment Other Features
Click on the link below to view the video on my
TeachwithTech on YouTube
Google Classroom has a brand new look for the new year. (I just got this update through Classroom today) Now you can:
• Drag and drop topics and classwork items in the Classwork page
• Easily access the class code from the Stream
• Sign up for the new Gradebook beta
I have been playing around with some stop motion animation software from Dragonframe over the holidays. My daughters Lego collection has come in handy for the experiments.
This is Kahoot’s new free program to help you become the ultimate Kahoot superhero. You can maximize learning with Kahoot, score awesome diplomas and digital badges, and you could be eligible to claim professional learning credits. Here is the link to check it out…
Classroom has a new Grade book in beta where you can:
View and edit all grades
across classwork and students in your class Customize and view average
grades for your students Add grade categories with
default points and weights
you are interested in testing out this new feature, click on the link below to
sign up. Note: you will need your G Suite administrator to fill out the program
Sometimes the easiest way to make a copy of something is to take a snapshot of your screen – this is what Snipping Tool does. Use it to save and share teaching resources and ideas. Students can also use the Snipping tool to submit assignments electronically to you.
Capture all or part of your PC screen, add notes, save the snip, or email it from the Snipping Tool window.
• These stories can be interesting, fun and challenging for students!
• This resource contains step-by-step instructions, instruction bubbles and planning pages to help them create the stories in Google Slides
• Students will need to plan out their stories because of the somewhat complex nature of creating the options in these types of stories
1. Planning Slides
2. Creating a Choice Slide
3. Creating Destination Slides
4. Shapes for Adventure Pages
5. Linking Slides
6. Insert Text Boxes
7. Linking Callouts
• These stories can also be created in Groups. Each member of the group could be responsible to write one adventure. All members could work on the story at the same time using Google Slides.
• Use the planning slides in this resource to help students prepare. They can be shown on a projector, shared through Google Classroom or photocopied.
• After they are finished preparing, use the instructions in this resource to show students how they will create their stories in Google Slides
Google Slides Create Adventure Stories
Here are 3 new future tech videos I recently found to show your students…
· Desire2Learn helps create inspired and engaging learning for all with their online course platform
· D2L’s powerful and flexible learning management platform helps drive better learning outcomes by offering every learner a highly personalized, digital experience.
· This resource uses step-by-step instructions and screenshots to show teachers how to set-up and use Desire2Learn
1. Setting up a class
2. Search Courses
3. Manage the Course Homepage
4. Make a Copy of the Homepage
5. Menu: Communication, Course Tools, Student Tools, Edit Course, Gear
6. Activate a Course
7. Creating Units and Lessons
8. Uploading Files
11. Class Progress
· Post announcements, resources, and more right on students’ course homepages.
· Engage parents by giving them a “fly on the wall” view into the digital classroom.
· Ensure younger students can find their way around with icon-based navigation.