This past week during the 2018 ISTE conference in Chicago, Google made quite a few announcements that will impact you this fall when you return to school.
The most notable announcements involve Google Classroom. Here's a round up of what we know and when you can expect access to these features
- The stream is being simplified
- There is a new "classwork" page
- Settings are being consolidated (finally!)
- Some awesome new options for quizzes!
- You will have much better control on how your assignments are groups and arranged.
- My blog comprehensive blog post: tinyurl.com/ycwvm783
- Sign up for early access: tinyurl.com/yapj4dhr
- Google's official announcement: tinyurl.com/y8e3sjya
- Classroom Kickstart, my online course: chrm.tech/kickstart
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As a teacher now using Google Classroom, I need to be able to create quizzes in which the questions are shuffled and the multiple choice answers within each question are also shuffled. We as an institution are transitioning from Moodle which had this capability to Google Classroom. This feature is lacking in the quiz feature of Google Classroom.
Where the heck is the announcement feature. Am I missing something?
How can I move an assignment to the top of "Classwork". Clicking and moving one spot up, as the year goes, for 3 classes has my finger broken. Am I missing something?
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I was an Honour Roll student from grades 9-12 academic years at SRBHS until my Mom passed away on Sept. 10th, 1984.
I use Google Forms to create assessments, I love the idea of it being linked through Google Classroom; however, I do not have the Quiz Assignment option showing up.
How do I create assignments for multiple classes?
Has Assign Quiz option been released yet? If not, when is it going to be released?
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Last year (first time using classroom) I thought classwork posts showed newest on top, oldest on bottom. I do not like having to manually, move to top for every new assignment; cumbersome. I agree with others in this post, I Loved having the list of topics available on the Stream page. It was handy. Useful video, looking forward to previewing your blog. Thank you.
can you do a Goobric video?
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