This session is part of a series – Google for Effective Collaboration and Feedback.
This series digs deeply into how to use Google Tools to support collaboration and feedback in junior, intermediate and senior classes.
Session 2: Beginner Google Classroom. This session focuses on setting up Google Classroom from the beginning and how to create assignments, provide feedback to students and prompt online discussion through Classroom. This session is designed for teachers who have access to Google Classroom as part of Google Apps For Education through their school board.
Audience: All levels
- Jaclyn’s extensive Google Classroom wiki, which includes the following:
- TeachOntario: TeachOntario page for this session
- Google Apps for Education
- Google Classroom
- Session 1: Beginner Google Drive. This session focuses on getting started with Google Drive. Learn how to navigate Google Drive, create a file, share a file and use Google docs for collaboration. By the end of this session, participants should be able to create files, share files with students and provide feedback within files.
- Session 3: Advanced Google. This session goes into some of the more advanced features of Google Drive for collaboration and feedback. It looks at how you can use the research tool and add-ons such as Kaizena for audio feedback, Doctopus and Goobric, g(math), autoCrat, QuickFit to enhance your Google experience. This session is designed for teachers who have a working understanding of how to use Google Drive for collaboration and are interested in making use of some of the more advanced features.