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Google Classroom Training | Google Forms and Slides Tutorial

A Step-By-Step Course For Teachers: Learn How To Use Google In Your Classroom

4.7 / 5.0
33 students4 hours 42 minutes

Created by Kathryn Averkamp, offered on Udemy

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4.2/10

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9/10

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Overall score

4.8/10

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Description

In this course, you’ll learn step-by-step how to:

  • Create meaningful activities in Google Slides, Google Docs, and Google Drawings that are centered around your curriculum and enhance your current instruction

  • Create a Google Classroom to assign, view, and grade student activities as well as give feedback

  • Have your students collaborate in their Google Drive to learn from each other, facilitate discussions, and create in-person connections

  • Use Google Forms so you can easily create exit tickets, assessments, and activities for substitutes that are self-grading

  • Create collaborative folders with the teachers you work closely with to collect, create, and share activities and materials without having to be in the same room or make paper copies

  • Use your Google Drive to communicate and share student work more efficiently with parents

Throughout these videos, you’ll get 70+ different ideas for how you can use Google Apps with your students.

What you will learn

  • Create meaningful activities in Google Slides, Google Docs, and Google Drawings that are centered around your curriculum and enhance your current instruction
  • Create a Google Classroom to assign, view, and grade student activities as well as give feedback
  • Have your students collaborate in their Google Drive to learn from each other, facilitate discussions, and create in-person connections
  • Use Google Forms so you can easily create exit tickets, assessments, and activities for substitutes that are self-grading
  • Create collaborative folders with the teachers you work closely with to collect, create, and share activities and materials without having to be in the same room or make paper copies
  • Use your Google Drive to communicate and share student work more efficiently with parents

Requirements

  • Google accounts for your students
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  • Price: $29.99
  • Platform: Udemy
  • Language: English
  • 4 hours 42 minutes
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bestcourses score: 4.8/10

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