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Google Classroom 101 (2020 Version)

Google Classroom 101 (2020 Version)

This presentation was presented at Youngsaeng High School in October 2020 as a workshop for the teachers to learn how best to use Google Classroom and G Suite in their classrooms and for their students.

Whereas I've presented on Google Classroom before (with a presentation of the same title), with this presentation, I tried to focus specifically on "What Google Classroom is good for" (presented in the Topic Overview).

To that end, I broke the presentation down into SIX major "selling points" for teachers.

1. Organization: Teacher Lessons Plans keep you organized & on task
2. Distribution: of Handouts allows Teachers to go paperless (& USB-less)
3. Collection: of Homework helps keep Teachers organized
4. Correction: of Homework helps Teachers use rubrics, comment, and grade
5. Analysis: with the built-in Gradebook makes grading a breeze
6. Reporting: features can help Teachers keep Parents in the loop

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Aaron Snowberger

October 19, 2020
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  1. Google Classroom 101 Aaron Snowberger • Google Certified Trainer

  2. Google Classroom Introduction JOIN MY CLASS ClassID# You are familiar

    with GC? Take the preliminary survey. Any questions about GC that I can address during this time? 2
  3. 3 G Suite vs. “for Education” ** * * *

    * * * *
  4. Topic Overview What is Google Classroom good for? 0

  5. Organization Teacher’s Lesson Plans Collection Homework Analysis Grading Distribution Student

    Handouts Correction Comment & Return Reporting Notify parents 5
  6. Teacher’s View Opinions: https://www.youtube.com /watch?v=JUiLc0If0CI Use: https://www.youtube.com /watch?v=UEFgW--0094 6

  7. Student’s View https://www.youtube.com /watch?v=-apCIbV9YKA 7

  8. Organization Keep yourself organized & on task 1

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  10. Gmail? Classwork Tab • Create assignments • Organize by topic

    • Write Lesson Plans • Add files • Schedule How to: or not... Yes 10
  11. Distribution Go paperless! Throw out the USB! 2

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  13. Gmail? People Tab • Add Students to Class ◦ (email

    / code) Classwork Tab • Create Assignments • Assign! How to: or not... Google Sites • Create a Class page • Link files • Distribute link ◦ (email shortener / easy URL) Or, email Google Slides 13
  14. Collection Automatically collected & organized 3

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  16. Gmail? Classwork Tab • Create Assignments • Assign~ • Automatic

    collection (Google Drive folder) How to: or not... Google Forms or email... • Create “Hand in” form • Add “File upload” type • Set upload limits • Distribute link ◦ (carefully) 16
  17. Correction Use a rubric, leave comments, assign a grade 4

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  19. Gmail? “View Assignment” • See state notifications • Click a

    student’s name • Cycle through their work & grade, comment • Cycle through everyone How to: or not... Google Forms or email... • Options: ◦ Self-graded quiz** ◦ File upload ◦ Organize Drive ◦ Comment in Docs 19
  20. Analysis Need a gradebook? Graphs? 5

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  22. Gmail? Grades Tab • Click any assignment • Click any

    name • View / change anything Forms Quizzes • Automatic graphs How to: or not... Google Forms or email... • Self-graded quiz** • Automatic graphs Google Sheets • Create your own GB & graphs (like Excel) 22
  23. Reporting Keep parents in the loop 6

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  25. G Suite for Edu? People Tab • Find student •

    Invite Guardians • They will receive all updates as their child How to: or not... Google Sites • Create a Class page • Post updates • Distribute link ◦ (email shortener / easy URL) Or, email... 25
  26. Big Concept Google Classroom is not perfect, but it is

    a tool that can (and should) be leveraged to your advantage for better classes. 26
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  28. Thanks! Any questions? You can find me at: ✗ https://aaron.kr

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