Friday, September 5, 2014

Getting Started with Google Classroom

As you may have heard, Google Apps for Education recently released Google Classroom. While it is NOT a Learning Management System (LMS), it does simplify procedures for teachers sharing files with students. Most notably, it automatically creates a copy of a specified file from Google Drive for each student within an organizational structure then allows students to "turn in" those files virtually, which changes the permissions of the file from student-owned back to teacher-owned. Students retain view rights. If you're looking for a tool to simplify and save time when using Google Apps for Education with your students, it's arrived! Hope you enjoy this hastily made video. Please leave comments if you have questions, and I'll do my best to get back to you.


5 comments:

JPA said...

Thanks, pal!

Anonymous said...

Amy,
You did a fine job of presenting how to get started with Google Classroom.

Unknown said...

Thank you! This was very helpful! My students are loving it!

Unknown said...

Thank you! That was a good introduction video. Good job.

mrstucceri said...

Thanks, Amy. Your video was extremely helpful! Easy to follow and informative.