To get Google Classroom log in to your school domain and go to and add it to your Chromebook shelf or bookmark it.

Google Classroom saves you time, keeps you organised and helps you communicate with your students. Here are some tools, tips and tricks to get started today. This Google Training Hub will help get you started.

It even features one of my training videos on turning in assignments.

Turning in Assignments

Here is my staff Meeting Agenda introducing Google Classroom

Here are my resources I have put together to support the use of Google Classroom.

Alice Keeler is a bit of a Google Classroom whizz. Here resources are here

I have had a bit of a play and to be honest I never watched the tutorials as it was pretty straight forward to work it out for yourself.

Sign in. 
  • Add some people from your contacts. 
  • Put them in groups. 
  • Make a doc or something from Drive to send out to them. 
  • Assign the task. 
  • Decide whether you want it to go out as view only, shared doc or make a copy for each person.
  • Sit about, make a coffee while students do what you've asked them to ;-)
  • Leave feedback and feed-forward.
  • You're all go!
Here is a mmovie with three new features for Google Classroom- September 2016
  • Google Cast
  • Whanau notifications
  • Annotations in the mobile app

Updates to Google Classroom= Sept 2016

There are a couple of Google Classroom Chrome Extensions that might help

There is now a Google Classroom iPad app which will be useful is for students to hand their work in with if they have access to iPads.

Holly Clark has made this video sharing how the workflow might go.

Google Classroom App