If you’re looking for a jump-off point for student response through writing or speaking, let them view one of these short videos and then reflect using Google forms, Padlet, Flipgrid, or any other quick-response tool.
Google Classroom made some adjustments this week – you should see a pop-up that sends you an alert when you visit the site. The most notable involve the Classwork page.
There’s now a category called “Materials” that allows you to post and organize class resources – taking the place of the dearly departed “About” page, I guess.
In addition, Classroom sites that were created before the changes that occurred over the summer now have the option to add a “Classwork” page.
Read about the rest of the updates – and see what’s to come – on the “What’s New in Classroom” site.
I spent too long looking for my contact list in the new version of Gmail, stubbornly thinking I’d figure it out without looking it up. I’m glad I finally gave in and Googled it. I never would have guessed where they moved it. Read this quick article to find out how to access yours.