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10 Things Every Teacher Should Be Able to Do on Google Classroom


Google-Classroom-Logo1For the past few years Google has provided educators with a killer blended learning platform that allows them to create, distribute, grade assignments and share feedback all in one place. Essentially, it is a teacher’s mission control! Instant. Paperless. Awesome! If you have not yet experienced this simplistic yet extremely powerful tool known as Google Classroom, you have no idea what you’ve been missing! It’s by far one of my most favorite and efficient resources to utilize in the classroom—and for professional development purposes.

To help you become a Google Classroom rock star, the folks at Educational Technology & Mobile Learning have generated a checklist of skills all teachers should master in the form of the infographic shown below. Be sure to check it out!


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Use the tips listed on the infographic to effectively integrate this fantastic blending learning platform in your educational space!

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“10 Things Every Teacher Should Be Able to Do on Google Classroom”

  1. March 20th, 2018 at 8:18 am       davidmcgaughey2018 Says:

    Hello EduTech4Teachers,

    Google Classroom is a great resource for teachers and students. This suite of resources/tools allows a free option for teachers to create, instruct, assess, provide discussion and feedback, and store/share information and files. I like that teachers can create multiple classes that can be managed from one homepage. Teachers can add students and even other instructors easily to the classes. I like that Google Classroom as well can be used on multiple connected devices. Teachers can easily create assignments, polls, and discussion boards. There are functions to create individual and group messages, announcements, and calendar functions. Google Classroom allows for allows creativity, organization, collaboration, innovation, critical thinking, communication, administration, and problem solving. Google Classroom also is great for incorporation of SAMR model and Bloom’s Taxonomy model practices. Teachers can also pair Google Classroom with the many other Google Suite tools and resources for a one-stop shop of tools and resources for teachers and students.

    David M.

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