Google Classroom Resources For Teachers
Google education technology for the classroom provides teachers and students with tools for digital portfolios, online assessment, data visualization, word processing, peer-to-peer collaboration, and more.
One of the most common uses of the cloud in today’s classroom is word processing–which brings us to Google Drive.
Locked Mode for Chromebooks means students can’t open up anything else but the assessment itself. That’s it.
Here are 30 of the best teaching tools that integrate with and otherwise extend and improve Google Classroom.
Google Jamboard is a free app used for real-time, visual collaboration with students that integrates with Google Drive and Classroom.
Strategies for creating digital choice boards include starting simply, adding audio or video content, and using learning taxonomies.
Principles of student engagement in a virtual classroom include learning spaces, lesson design, and equitable access.