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classroomAre you looking to get started with Google Classroom or just wanting to learn a bit more about it?

Classroom is available to anyone with Google Apps for Education, a free suite of productivity tools including Docs, Drive, and Gmail (for grades 7-12)

Get started with Classroom

You will need to provide your students with their email address so they can log into Google and join your class.

Note:  Many features are unavailable for grades 3-6 such as sending/receiving email (including from teacher), chat, Google sites, and more.

You must be logged into your Jordan District Email address to access the following documents.

Student email addresses:
The documents listed below provide step-by-step instructions on how to locate student JSD email addresses.

Create your class in Google Classroom

How students join your Google Classroom

Each Google classroom has a unique code.  Students join a class by entering that code.  The following document shows how this is done.

Google Support Page for Google Classroom

Contact your Curriculum Technology Specialist for help.
We can provide in-services on Google Classroom, attend a PLC to help, or just answer a question.
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Share web pages to your Google Classroom classes. Get your class on the same (web)page, instantly.

Google Classroom Teachers:
Save time and create a more interactive class with the Share to Classroom extension. The extension allows you to push webpages to your any of your Classroom classes, so they open instantly on your students' computers.

With this extension, you can get your students on the right page, quickly and reliably every time. You can also post announcements, create assignments, or save webpages to post to Classroom later.

Students:
The Share to Classroom extension gets you to webpages your teacher shares, without you having to type out the whole URL. You can also push web pages directly to your teacher.

 

Google ClassroomGoogle Classroom helps teachers create, assign, and collect student classwork and homework paperlessly. Teachers can seamlessly integrate Google Docs, Google Drive, and Gmail to create assignments, provide feedback for in progress and completed work, and communicate with their students directly and with whole class announcements--all without using a single piece of paper. Students can work on assignments in Google Docs and turn it in with a few clicks.

When teachers create assignments, folders are automatically created in Google Drive for each student. They can choose to share a single document (like project instructions), or automatically make a copy for each student (like a project template). They can see who has completed the work at a glance and assign grades. Students can easily see due dates on their assignments page, so they can stay organized and submit work on time.

Google resources for learning how to use Google Classroom can be found here: https://www.google.com/edu/training/get-trained/classroom/basics.html

For elementary teachers just getting started with Google Classroom, please contact your Curriculum Technology Specialist for assistance with student login information.
Bonnie Muir 567-8726, Deanna Taylor 567-8773.