Technology Can Be Hard. Don’t Google How to Google!

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How to Submit Assignments in Google Classroom by Angela Nguyen


This will be intended for the students. Students are getting more acclimated to using Google Classrooms everyday (for those that use it). However, for students whose school switches platform to Google will be able to understand how to use one of its most important functions in Google Classroom, turning in assignments.

Lots of students may struggle with using Google Classroom for the first time. Rather than having to tell each student how or presenting it at the beginning of the school year and then having students forget a few days later, this video will have able to be played back. This would be used as a great tool for students review, catch-up, play back at their own speed, and even read the caption in case they did not understand.

The video has closed captioning for students who are English Language Learners, Deaf/ Hard at Hearing.

Screen Capture Platform: Zoom

4 Replies to “Technology Can Be Hard. Don’t Google How to Google!”

  1. Hi Angela,

    I really liked this video especially because my school uses Google Classrooms and I think something like this would have been really helpful for my students at the beginning of the year. I was not placed until they had already been in school for a couple of weeks so by the time I started something like this probably would have been too late to be super helpful. However, I have one student who is still consistently confused about how to “make a copy” to submit assignments since I don’t get them editing access to my original ones. I emailed him a couple of days ago and actually offered to make something similar to this for him to watch, so if he does want that I will definitely be modeling after this!

    1. Hi Maggie,

      Thanks! I actually made this at the beginning of the school year to walk them through turning in assignments. While some students knew, I figured it would be better to show all of them.

  2. Very well done. Great sound quality. Clear, well rehearsed narration. Close captioned for accessibility. Well explained and will no-doubt be useful as students navigate the platform remotely. First rate all around.

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