The suggested ways to use Google Classroom are math specific, but please do not limit yourself to that subject only. Be creative and adapt some of these ideas to any subject.
 Create a blended classroom: Google Classroom is the perfect tool to transform a traditional class into a blended model.
 Go paperless: There are many ways that Google
Classroom can support a paperless classroom. Stop standing at the copy
machine and use Google Classroom instead.
 Distribute handouts: It is easy to attach files that are either in Google Drive or on the computer. Attach handouts to an announcement or assignment to allow students to easily access.
 Collect homework: The homework collection process
can take many instructional minutes. Eliminate this by having students
submit their work in Google Classroom.
 Return work: Passing student work back in Google Classroom is as simple as checking
 Use equation editor: Attach Google text documents
to assignments. Google Docs has an equation editor built in. Directions
and questions can include equations made with the equation editor.
Students can respond using the equation editor.
 Digitally collect student work: If student complete
their work on paper they can use the Google Classroom app to take a
picture of the work and submit. Students can insert a snapshot of their
paper work via the webcam into a Google Doc to submit to Google
Classroom.
 Post solutions: Students can check their work by
locating solutions attached to the assignment in Google Classroom.
Editing the assignment after it is due, documents can be attached to the
assignment that allow students to view the solutions.
 Post problem of the week: Google Classroom makes it
easy for student to locate the problem of the week (POW). Attach to an
optional assignment. Participating students can submit their work
straight to Google Classroom.
 Link to interactive simulations: Several websites
have interactive math simulations that can help students have a better
understanding of math concepts. Google Classroom gives the ability to
link to websites as part of lesson sets. Rather than relying on students
typing in the correct URL into their browser students can simply click
on the link in Google Classroom.
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