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  3. How to Use Google Classroom - The Tech Edvocate

    How to Use Google Classroom Set Up Your Google Classroom. Google Classroom is available for free for anyone who uses a Google Apps for Education... Store Class Materials. Use the About section of Google Classroom to store important classroom materials that students... Make Announcements. The ...

    • Student Guide to Google Classroom
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    • How To Use Google Classroom Tutorial For Teachers & Students - 2021 Guide
    • How to Use Google Classroom for Students
  4. 10 Ways to Use Google in Your Classroom - The Tech Edvocate

    Check out the list of ten ways use Google in the classroom: Collaborate with the teachers on your team, in your building and across the district by sharing folders in Google Drive. Differentiate instruction by creating folders with designated levels of access. That way your GT students can’t find ...

  5. Using Google Classroom to Differentiate Instruction - The ...

    Step 1 On the Classwork tab, select the Create button and choose Assignment. Creating a Question in lieu of an Assignment also gives teachers the option to send questions to individual students or groups of students. Step 2 In the Assignment dialogue box, click the student drop-down menu to choose students to receive the assignment.

  6. Google Classroom Tip #28: Create an Interactive Digital ...

    If you didn’t, don’t worry, we have you covered. In this tip, we will discuss how you can use Google Classroom to create an interactive classroom. Interactive Checklists – Use Google Sheets to create interactive checklists which use conditional formatting. Interactive Games – Upload or create interactive games in Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, or Forms to share with students.

  7. Google Classroom Tip #18: How to Facilitate Collaboration

    In this tip, I will discuss how students and teachers can use Google Classroom to facilitate collaboration. Text Analysis Collaboration – English Language Arts students, can easily collaborate on text analysis through Google Docs or by using a PDF annotation tool. Grammar Lessons with Collaborative Corrections – Use Google Docs to create ...

  8. Simplifying the EdTech ecosystem with Google Classroom

    Access their Nearpod lessons and add them as an assignment within Google Classroom. Assign Live or Student-Paced lessons directly in Google Classroom. Add important point values, due dates, or optional instructions for their students. Prompt student joins to the lesson through the link in Google Classroom.

  9. Google Classroom in the School Library - The Tech Edvocate

    But Google Classroom’s power to transform your school library has received less attention. Here are five ways to use Google Classroom in a school library: 1. Flip the classroom: By setting up a Google Classroom, teachers and librarians can easily provide videos, interactives, and other instructional media that students can use outside of class. This way, time in the library can be spent on using the library’s resources—not on learning how to use them.

  10. How to Use Sheltered Instruction in the Classroom

    Spread the love. Sheltered instruction is a strategic approach to teaching English language learners that allows learners to understand content as they develop language proficiency. To use sheltered instruction in the classroom, you have to implement the Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) Model, which is a research-based model of sheltered instruction designed to allow English language learners to grasp academic content while developing language proficiency.

  11. How to Create and Use Anchor Charts in Your Classroom

    An anchor chart is a tool that teachers use the support (anchor) instruction. In a sense, it anchors learning for students. As you teach a lesson, you develop a chart, along with your students, that captures the most essential strategies and content. This creates a culture of learning and literacy in the classroom by bringing metacognition to ...

  12. The Ultimate Guide to Data Collection in the Classroom

    For your own records, create an Excel sheet that will automatically create and update bar charts of each student’s progress through a standard. Print out whole class data (never post individual data in the classroom) and refer to it often. Explain the chart to students and celebrate when the data shows the class is doing well.

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