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Course: Create Digital Resources | How To Use Google Classroom Distance Learning

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Have you been wanting to create digital activities for your students or set up Google Classroom, but you're not sure where to begin? You'd like to create activities in Google Slides and Google Forms, but you haven't gotten the right training? Whether you're distance learning or in the classroom, a beginner or intermediate, this course is for you!

(Or maybe you're a TpT seller and you'd like to start creating digital resources to sell on Teachers Pay Teachers? You'll also find this course helpful!)

Check out the VIDEO PREVIEW and the FREE videos below to see exactly what the course looks like.

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.

Module 1: Getting Started With Your Google Drive

01: Log Into Your Google Drive (WATCH FREE)

02: Upload Files From Your Computer Into Your Drive

03: Organize Your Drive With Folders

04: Share Your Files With Other Teachers

05: Share And Collaborate In A Folder With Other Teachers

06: Search Your Drive To Quickly Find Files

Module 2: Creating Activities For Your Students In Google Docs, Drawings, and Slides

07: What Is Google Docs And How To Use It In Your Classroom

08: What Is Google Drawings And How To Use It In Your Classroom

09: What Is Google Slides And How To Use It In Your Classroom

10: Set Up A Student Activity In Docs, Slides, Or Drawings

11: Use The Features In The Toolbar To Design Student Activities

12: Insert Photos To Make Activities More Meaningful

13: Lock Down Images, Shapes, And Text So Students Can’t Move Them

14: Create Text Boxes For Student Responses

15: Create Draggable Words To Sort, Label, And Fill In Blanks

16: Insert Videos And Links To Provide Students With More Content

Module 3: Setting Up And Using Google Classroom

17: Google Classroom: The Best Way To Share And Turn In Student Assignments

18: Set Up Your Google Classroom

19: Assign Your Student Activities And Differentiate In Google Classroom (FREE)

20: Create Topics On Your Classwork Page To Easily Find Assignments

21: View And Grade Your Students’ Completed Work And Give Feedback

22: More Features In Google Classroom

Module 4: Getting Students Collaborating In Their Google Drive

23: Why Your Students Should Collaborate In Their Drive

24: Create A Collaborative Class Activity For Your Students To Work On At Once

25: How Students Can Start Their Own Activity And Stay Accountable

26: Use The Comment Feature With Students To Provide Instant Feedback

27: Share Collaborative Activities With Parents, Teachers, And Your Principal

Module 5: Using Google Forms In Your Classroom

28: What Is Google Forms And How To Use It In Your Classroom

29: Customize The Settings On Your Google Form

30: Add Questions And Sections To Your Google Form

31: How To Make A Graded Quiz In Google Forms

32: Assign A Google Form To Students In Google Classroom

33: How To View Your Students’ Responses From A Google Form

34: How To Grade A Google Form And Return It To Students

35: Create A Google Form For Parents

You can either watch the videos from start to finish or pick and choose which ones are most important to you. Purchasing this course will allow you to watch each video at your own convenience and as often as you like.

NOTE: This video course is hosted on Podia.com. After you purchase the course, you'll download the instructions for how to log in so you can start watching and mastering Google!

You’ll be surprised at how quickly your skills and confidence will grow! If you have any questions, please send me a message.

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