One of the most powerful features of G Suite for Education (formerly Google Apps for Education) is the Google Classroom app. Google Classroom is ONLY available with G Suite for Education. Google Classroom is also free and integrates beautifully with other Google apps such as Google Drive and Google Calendar. The mobile apps are also excellent and have the additional advantage of allowing annotation of documents.
There are previous posts specifically on the benefits and features of Google Classroom. You can access those here:
Below is a link to a 4-page ‘cheat sheet’ created to get teachers up and running with Google Classroom quickly and without hassle. It is in Google Doc format so you will be able to create a copy for yourself and you can edit the copy if you wish. The cheat sheet can be accessed electronically or printed if preferred.
To create a copy of the cheat sheet:
In order to edit the cheat sheet, you will need to make a copy to your own Google Drive.
- Click on the link provide. It will be ‘View only’.
- From the ‘File’ menu select ‘Make a copy…’
- Follow the prompts to name and save your file
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Did you know if you replace … /edit with /copy
It will make a copy for people automagically
Copy / paste the bottom link and see for yourself 🙂