Exporting grades allows the teacher to see the grades for all students in a class at one time. You can choose to download all of the grades from one assignment or every grade from every assignment. This feature was added in Continue reading Google Classroom: Exporting Grades
Often when I write each month, my topics are inspired by the projects I’ve been working on, the learning I’ve seen take place in classrooms and the conversations and work that are taking place across the district. Somewhat unexpectedly, the Continue reading The Paperless Classroom – A Dream or a Reality?
Would you like to request new features in Google Classroom or learn about the latest update? While logged in to your Google Classroom on your PC, just click the “?” in the bottom left corner from the Home screen or Continue reading Google Classroom – What’s New?
I would like to thank Chrystal Hoe for sharing this tip at a Google Summit recently held in Cincinnati, Ohio. In Google Classroom, the ABOUT page is a great place to describe your class and post resources your students may Continue reading Google Classroom Tip: Resource Folder
You hopefully already know that all FCPS employees and students have access to several Google tools using their FCPS email address and password. This includes Google Drive with unlimited storage, Google Classroom, Google Sites, and Google Calendar to name a Continue reading Sharing a Google Calendar for use in your Website or Blog
Texting on smartphones? Chattering at tables? Staring off into the distance? Head bobbing as someone dozes off? Faculty meeting? Okay, maybe I’m exaggerating a bit, but I bet all of these scenarios sound familiar when it comes to thinking about Continue reading Why Faculty Meetings Should Be Flipped