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  2. How to Sign Up for Google Classroom: 3 Easy Ways - wikiHow

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    The pop-up informs you that if you are using Google Classroom at a school with students, the school should sign up for Google Workspace for Education. Google Workspace give schools more control over the services they want to use, as well as provides additional security.

  3. Get Started with Education Fundamentals - Google for Education

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    Rolling Google Workspace for Education out to 300,000 students with Chicago Public Schools. Chicago Public Schools made Chromebooks and Google Workspace for Education available to 300,000 students and 25,000 teachers — centralizing device management and inspiring new options for classroom instruction.

  4. Classroom Management Tools & Resources - Google for Education

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    If you’re using Classroom in school, we recommend signing up for Google Workspace for Education. Classroom is already included in Google Workspace for Education and works seamlessly with Google Workspace collaboration tools. Get Google Workspace for Education

  5. How do I sign in to Classroom? - Computer - Google

    support.google.com/edu/classroom/answer/6072460

    Sign in for the first time. Go to classroom.google.com and click Go to Classroom. Enter the email address for your Classroom account and click Next. Enter your password and click Next. If there is a welcome message, review it and click Accept. If you're using an Google Workspace for Education account, click I’m A Student or I’m A Teacher.

  6. Google Classroom Announcements - Classroom Help

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    Classroom add-ons is a new feature that allows you to bring your favorite content and activities from top EdTech tools right inside Classroom. Admins can pre-install add-ons for their whole domain at once, or by group or organizational unit. Add-ons are also viewable on mobile for teachers and students.

  7. Sign in - Google Accounts

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    Sign in. Use your Google Account. Email or phone. Forgot email? Type the text you hear or see. Not your computer? Use a private browsing window to sign in. Learn more.

  8. Google Slides: Sign-in

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    Access Google Slides with a personal Google account or Google Workspace account (for business use).

  9. Single sign-on | Identity and access management | Google Cloud

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    Because you are not yet authenticated, the Google Cloud console redirects your browser to Google Sign-In. Google Sign-In returns a Sign-In page, prompting you to enter your email address. You enter your email address and submit the form. Google Sign-In looks up the Cloud Identity or Google Workspace account that is associated with your email ...

  10. Set up Google Voice - Android - Google Voice Help

    support.google.com/voice/answer/115061

    To pick your Google Voice number, tap Search. You can search by city or area code. If numbers aren’t available, try a nearby city or area code. Next to the number you want, tap Select. Follow the instructions. After setting up Google Voice, you can link another phone number. Learn more about setting up phones.

  11. Create a class - Computer - Classroom Help - Google

    support.google.com/edu/classroom/answer/6020273

    At the top of the Classes page, click Add Create class.. Note: If you don’t see Create class, your account only lets you join classes.Switch accounts or contact your Google Workspace administrator for help.