Tools to Help You Work with Google Classroom
The Google Classroom Help Center has everything you need for getting started. They have tons of resources and how-to’s.
A Google Classroom Symbaloo – Share this one with teachers who are getting started. They can make it their startup screen and test one thing a day.
Google Apps/ GAFE Tutorials for Teachers – a massive site full of tutorials. Use and email these out as you have specific tasks for teachers to learn. For beginners
The Google Gooru – The Gooru has a daily email with Google apps tips and lots of ideas for using Google. They also have tutorials and webinars. The lead GAFE administrators should definitely use this resource.
Sue Gorman’s Getting Googley Resource
Shake Up Learning Has some great resources like their Guide to Google Classroom Comments: All You Need to Know and How to Insert Super Cool Gifs into Presentations and Docs –
Online Assessment with Google Forms – this document gives walkthroughs for Flubaroo and other tools to help you assess using Google Forms
Flubaroo – help for grading online assessments
Doctopus helps with management – while it does some things Google Classroom does, there are other features it manages too.
There’s also a Goobric web app launcher for Chrome.
Alice Keeler’s Google Classroom Feedback Workflow
60 Ways Math Teachers Can Use Google Classroom by Alice Keeler
gMath for Forms – add math symbols to Google Forms
gMath for Sheets – Lets you add formulas to Google Sheets
Mathematical Equations – Up to Date Information from Google on using equations
Google Classroom Part I – How 7th grade math teacher Sherrie Nackel organizes her files and assignments
Literature and Composition
Google Research Tool by Tammy Worcester Tang
Google Classroom Add-on for Chrome For beginners
Classroom Mobile App for Android and iOS
Edusync app for Google Calendars
Google Chrome Desktop Plugin lets you access another person’s Chromebook or Chrome browser from your teacher computer (or vice versa)
Share to Classroom lets you push web pages to your student browsers instantly. Helps get everyone on the same page quickly
How to Add Google Drawings Comic Strips to Your Class with Matt Miller and Cori Orlando added 12/24/17
50 Things You Can Do with Google Classroom by Alice Keeler and Libbi Miller For beginners
Reinventing Writing by Vicki Davis – my book on Collaborative Writing
The Chromebook Classroom by John Sowash
In this video, you’ll learn how to access Google Classroom and set up your own class.
Learn how to use the NEW Google Classroom as a learning management system to teach a class of students. This video will also be helpful from the student's point of view. Google has added several great features to this version of Google Classroom that make it an even more powerful and useful tool