50 Things You Can Do With Google Classroom (2015)

Introduction

Introduction to Google Classroom

Overview of Google Drive and Docs

Getting Started

Teacher View: A Quick Tour

Student View: A Quick Tour

Google Classroom App

50 Things You Can Do with Google Classroom

1. Make Class Announcements

2. Share Resources

3. Keep Multiple Files in an Assignment

4. Create a Lesson

5. Go Paperless

6. Easily View Student Submission

7. Simplify the Turn-In Process

8. Protect Privacy

9. Encourage Classroom Collaboration

10. Reduce Cheating

11. Create a Discussion

12. Organize Assignments with Due Dates

13. Give Feedback Before Students Submit

14. Email Students

15. Notify Students Who May Need Help

16. Assignment Q&A

17. Create an Ad Hoc Playlist

18. Email Feedback

19. Create Folders

20. Link Directly to Student Work

21. Collect Data

22. Share with Multiple Classes

23. Collaborative Note-Taking

24. Display Student Work

25. One Student, One Slide

26. Target Parent Phone Calls

27. Polling

28. Share a Document with the Class

29. Know Who Edits a Collaborative Document

30. Link to a Website

31. Peer Feedback

32. After-Hours Help

33. Distribute Notes

34. Sharing Informal Learning

35. Email the Teacher

36. Eliminate Schlepping Papers Home

37. Student Projects

38. Have One Place for All Files

39. Document Digital Work

40. Students Create Google Docs

41. Clearly Identify Student Work

42. View Assignments

43. Collaborate with Peers (PLCs)

44. Virtual Office Hours

45. Virtual Faculty Meetings

46. Streamline Counseling

47. Observe Another Classroom

48. Watch Students Do Homework

49. Share Student Samples