Creating an account in Google Classroom is completely free. It's easy to create an account, however, in order to create an account, you must be logged into your school Gmail account and have access to Google Apps for Education. Take the first step in implementing blended learning with Google Classroom by going to the Google Classroom website and signing up.
- [Voiceover] In the previous video we looked at…how to access Google Classroom and now we are…ready to create an account.…As you can see here, it says Get Started Using Classroom…and we have to select whether we're a student or teacher.…In this case I'm a teacher so I'll click on that…and just like that my account is created…and this is the dashboard for my Google Classroom account.…Now it says, Welcome to Classroom,…gives me some information.…In the upper left I can click on Classes,…which I currently don't have any because we haven't…created any yet.…I can access my calendar and at the bottom I can…adjust my settings.…
In the upper right it says Create Your First Class.…We could click here and begin creating our first class…at this point.…And then there's information regarding my account.…I can click here, add an image, sign out,…or look at other information.…So now that we have our account created we're…ready to get started.…
- Accessing Google Classroom
- Creating a new class
- Inviting students and other teachers
- Posting announcements and sharing content
- Adding assignments
- Using the Google Classroom mobile app
- Working with documents, sheets, and slides in Google Drive
- Using Google Classroom as a student
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with Google Classroom
2. Create a Class in Google Classroom
5. Manage Classes
6. Student Perspective
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