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Google Classroom is Google's newest foray into the educational space. Currently Google Classroom is still in its infancy, but it touts itself as an easy and free way to stay connected with your students and their assignments. It is integrated with Google Drive and many of the functions work in coordination with your file system in Drive.  Teachers can quickly add assignments straight from their drives and the web, and track their submissions and grades. 

To take advantage of Google Classroom, schools need to have a Google Apps for Education account, and all users need to be associated with that domain. 

The links below will take you to separate learning spaces depending on your proficiency with Google Classroom. Also note that you will get the most out of Google Classroom if you already have experience and are comfortable with Google Drive and many of the Google Apps that come with your Education suite. For those teachers or users that are new to Google completely, you may find some of the terms and practices confusing. If you need help learning Google Drive visit the official Google Drive learning center
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