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Teach Amazing Online Classes with Google Suite - Part 1

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15 Lessons (60m)
    • 1. Welcome to the course!

    • 2. Google Meet Part 1

    • 3. Google Meet Part 2

    • 4. Google Meet Part 3

    • 5. Google Meet & Classroom Integration

    • 6. Google Classroom - Stream & People

    • 7. Google Classwork - Part 1

    • 8. Google Classwork Part 2

    • 9. Google Classwork Part 3

    • 10. Google Classroom Marks - Part 1

    • 11. Google Classroom Marks - Part 2

    • 12. Bitmojis and Google Classroom - Part 1

    • 13. Bitmojis and Google Classroom - Part 2

    • 14. Bitmojis and Google Classroom - Part 3

    • 15. Thank You!

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About This Class

If you’re a teacher who’s recently been moved online due to school closures and you’re struggling to get to grips with Google Suite, this course is going to save your life!

In this course, I’ll show you step by step how to organize and execute synchronous and asynchronous classes using essential Google suite extensions and apps.

In Part 1, we'll take a detailed tour of Google Meet and Classroom so that you communicate easily with your classes and keep everyone up-to-date and on track.

By the end of the course, you’ll know exactly how to keep your class organized and make your online lessons just as fun and informative as your offline lessons.

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Be curious. Be confident. Be fluent.


I'm Hayley, a teacher and founder of i-Speak English.  Over the last 5 years, I've successfully helped thousands of non-native English speakers to improve their English and gain fluency.

I've worked in both private language schools and online, teaching groups and individuals of all ages and nationalities. My main goal is to help people to feel comfortable and confident when using their English skills.

I love languages, I currently speak 3 (English, Italian and Spanish) and I'm learning my fourth (Romanian). I use my knowledge from the last 8 years of language learning to help people master and fall in love with English.

I know how difficult (and sometimes frustrating) it is to learn a language and I want to make the process as easy as possible for non-native sp... See full profile

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1. Welcome to the course!: Hi, everyone, and welcome to how to teach amazing online lessons with Google. Sweet Part one. My name's Hailey on. I'm going to be your tutor for out this course. In this course, I'm going to show you how to use Google Meats and Google Classroom to keep your classes organized. Make your communication with your students efficient and easy. First will take a detailed look at Google meats and all of the extensions that you can add to it, like me to tendons and Google nod. Then we'll take a look at the new Google classroom. Google meet integration and I'll show you how to set up a Google meet directly from Google Classroom. And finally, we'll look at Google Classroom in detail. I'll show you how to keep your stream organized. How to set in great assignments on how to use bit no Jews to jazz up and personalize your Google classroom. So head on. Roberto Lesson one on. I'll see you there 2. Google Meet Part 1: Hi, everyone, and welcome to lesson one. In this lesson, I'm gonna give you a detailed walk through of Google meats, and I'm going to show you all of the extensions that you can download full needs so that you could make communication with your students a bit easier. You can take attendance on. You can see all of your students at the same time, so let's jump in. So Google meat is free, but it's only free if you want to join meetings. If you're a teacher and you want to start a meeting, you need a premium account to start that meeting. Most schools at the moment is there teaching online. We'll probably have a premium Google me to count. If they don't, you'll have to pay for it yourself. But it's not too expensive, and it does come with a range of extensions and premium features that will really help your classroom. If you're using Google, meet with a lot of students. If you have big classes, all of your students need to have a Google account with the same domain that you're using as well. So again, if you're in a school and you have 30 students. All of them need to have the same domain name, which will probably be your school name. So if students can't get into the Google means, it's probably because they're using the personal email instead of that school email. If your students don't know how to use Google meat in the final section off this calls, I've made some tutorial videos for your students, showing them how to use every extension that I'm going to talk about. In this course. I've made them downloadable, and I've also made these videos available on YouTube. On I will put the links in a pdf again that will be in the final section of this course so I could be free range to send them to your students so that they can watch the videos about how to use a with these extensions that you're going to be using in your class just to make it easier for you. Unfortunately, Google Meat doesn't have a built in white board like Zoom, for example, but there are a few extensions you can use, like jumbled and site bold, which I'll show you later on. In this course, Google may have screen sharing options which is really not so you can share Google slides. You can share john boards. You can share anything important that you want your students to follow, all to know. You can share your screen and they'll be able to see everything on your screen. Another really nice feature that Google meat has that other communications you don't is a live caption option, which is fantastic, especially if you have students with certain issues with ability of their hard of hearing. For example, basically when you speak, Google will create live captions for what you're saying, and the student will be able to see it on the screen. I'll show you that in a second in the walk through, you can remove participants. So if you have anyone in the class that shouldn't be there, or if you have a particularly aggressive student, you can take them out of the meat on Now. Finally, you can stop students from joining the meat when you're not there and from staying too long after the class when you're not in there as well. This is thanks to the Google classroom integration, which again I'll show you in another lecture. Fortunately there on any reactions in Google. Me, like there isn't zoo, but you can download an extension called Not which I'll show you in a second. In the walk through on, students will be able to raise their hand and ask questions without actually having to speak. So if you mute a student or all of the students in your class, you can't un mute them. But they can amuse themselves, which is incredibly frustrating. Hopefully, by the time this course gets to you, Google will have changed that thanks to teacher feedback. But at the moment, students kind of mute themselves that they like, and you can't mutual the participants. Either you have to meet them one by one, in which again, if you got big class can be a bit annoying. You can, however, recalled the meeting. This is really nice. If any students of Mr Lesson, you can put a link to the meeting in your Google classroom and they'll be able to catch up on everything that they've missed on another great thing you can do with Google me is take attendance if you want to see who is in the lesser if you need to contact parents to say that the kids have Mr Lesson. You can do this with an extension in Google meat as well, which I'll show you now. So let's take a look at the tool Been. 3. Google Meet Part 2: So Google meat is just like any other app or extension. You can get to it by going up to your ab spot at the top. Here, let's go ahead and click that on. Then if you scroll down, you be able to find it. Here. Sanchez can click a month. So when you first click on it, if you have a premium G suite account, you'll be able to join all start a meeting. If you don't have a premium account, you'll only be able to join a meeting. So if you're thinking of using meets as a communication to, you are gonna have to pay for it if you want to start meeting. So I'm just gonna go ahead and click this and then if you want to start a meeting, you can even give it a name. So it goes a class war, or you can leave it blank. If you want click showing on, they would get cereal s. So I'm just gonna go ahead and mute my mike seconds. Now what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna open a few off my dummy accounts, so this is a really important step. If you're trying to figure out all of the extensions in Google sweets and how to use them in your classrooms. Make a dummy account for a student. So if you do this, this is really gonna help you to see what your students see. So when you're planning lessons, you'll be able to figure out if what you're planning is gonna work in the class. So to make a dummy account, just go back up to your normal Google main page and here where your profile is, click on it and you can go on another account. Now, just be wary that when you're adding an account, it has to be the same domain. So if you look up here, this is my domain. I speaking this dot com on my dummy accounts are all that. I speak english dot com. If they're not, they won't be able to join the meat on this goes for any meat. If your students are trying to join the meat with their personal email, it's not gonna work. They need to have the same domain is you. So I'm just gonna go ahead and open my dummy accounts. So I got to hear on. I'm gonna go back to my meat and I'm gonna hit Joined now who? Okay, so I'm in the meat now. If you want to give your students the meet code, you can, Which is gonna be this year. So they can just type this site into their browser and it will open the meat. You don't even have to do this now because meat has just integrated with Google classroom. So you can do it straight from the classroom if you don't have a classroom and you just have a few students. But you want to use meat, you need to give them this link. So I'm gonna go to my dummy accounts, and I'm gonna type this link into the browser. Okay, so this is my first dummy student. Now, be aware if you're doing this with dummy accounts that you need to have your mic off if you have it on your going to get a ton of interference and your computers basically gonna start screaming at you. So turn off your mind on, then go ahead and do it on your other one. Okay. So, Linton off there. I know we're gonna join the cold, so it's a join, and I'm gonna join on my other one on. Then I'm gonna go back to my original teacher one on. Then you go. You can see that I joined. So at the moment, I could just see the two people in my meat. If you have 30 people in your meat and you want to see everyone, if you want to say hello, you need to download an extension called meat grid. View on that will look like this extension of here for any extension you want to download. Just Google. The name of the extension on it will come up straight away. So, for example, if I put here Google me good for you. Extension. It's here. Andi, I already have this installed, but this is the page you're gonna get for any extension you want to add in on. Then I can just go out. Took room. Okay, so that's how you install Google. Meet view. Now, if I want to see everyone I've got turn on my Google meet view, you can see here that it's off for the moment. So I'm just gonna go ahead and click that Alan, It's gonna show three people in the me to myself on my two students. There we go on. Then if I want, I can do it on a lot of them. I won't for now because it's going to get a bit messy. If I do so I'm just gonna keep it here for now on. I just want to show you a few of the other features and extensions you can download for meat to make a bit more useful in your lessons. So up here you can see I have a thumbs up on. I have a hands up button. Now, unlike zoom meat doesn't actually have integrated reactions. You have to download a separate extension for that, which is Google. Nod on. If you have Google Nord, it will look like this extension appear. So if you want your students to be able to use this, they have to download the extension as well. If they don't want the extension, they won't be able to react to anything. So make sure they downloaded once they have will get this so you can have a little thumbs up. If you're not sure about something, you can say if you've got a question, you can raise your hands, so that's super useful. So go ahead, seamers before just type in Google nod extension and then downloaded from directly to your browser. 4. Google Meet Part 3: if you have might be classes, you're gonna want to meet your students. It's a bit annoying with Google meat. You can mute them, but only one by one. On I go up to my chatty in, you can see that they're already muted. That's because I muted myself because I don't want interference. But if they weren't you could click on that. A mute them. The only thing is, once you've muted them, you can't unb youth, Um, but they can a mute themselves, which I think you'd agree if you have 30 students in a lesson, is absolutely useless. Hopefully, by the time this calls get to you, Google will have salted their out on you'll be able to a mute them. But for now, there's nothing you can do about that. Unfortunately, the only thing I would do to combat this is to put in some sort of reward system whereby if they are mute themselves or cause any problems in class, they'll lose points if they stay on task and they don't amuse themselves, don't get points. That's the only thing you could do. Really, if you look up here too, this Icahn here, this is my attendance icon. So this is again Another extension that you can download on is called Google. Meet attendance. If you download it and you have a active, it will look like this little a hole here and you can turn it on. So this basically automatically takes attendance off. Any student in the lesson on, If you hit this button here, it will create a sheet for you a Google sheet with all of the names, all of the time stamps when they entered the class and everything else. So if I go up to my Google meet icon and just show you some of the options you've got here so you can right click Teoh, open your options box on this one here means other new sheet or create a new spreadsheet. So this toggle button here will turn meat on and off. So, depending on how big your classes, you might not lead to take attendance on. Then you can completely reset it as well. So if we go up to here and if you click on this, this will open a new spreadsheet and you'll be able to see along the names off everyone in the meat what time they joined, what time they left on. You can just keep that as, ah, record for yourself on. Then you can send out missing student forms or lack of attendance forms or anything like that to your students. Parents. Another good thing about Google meat is that you can remove students if you have a student who's not supposed to be there or possibly ever students getting a bit aggressive, you can remove them from the meat. So all you have to do is go over here to your track box on people. Flick on whoever you want to remove on here, you can remove them. So let's just take that person out. Okay, there we go going. There's only two days left now on Another thing you can do is that you can pin people to the top so you can move people up or down on depending on may be again. If you've got are a student, you needs quite a bit of attention. You can put them to the top so that you don't describe looking down finding your students. So I'm just gonna remove my other student now because there's a feature I want to show you when I need my my column to do it, so I don't want any interference, so I'm just gonna go removed. Okay on. That's just me. So a really nice feature that Google meat has that Skype consume another communications don't have aspires I know is a captions to which is fantastic, especially if you have students who have certain accommodations who may be hard of hearing on also just for connection problems in general. So what this does then? If I untapped my mind, if I on mute myself on I go over here to turn on captions. This will write everything that I say on the screen and then you can see it. Your students conceive it on. It just makes accessibility a bit better. Obviously, it's not gonna be completely accurate up here. You can say it's a chickens. I don't know what I actually said. I can't remember. So if you do have students with certain accessibility issues, maybe speak a bit slower, a bit clearer, so it can pick up everything you say you have quite strong accent. It might not work that well. OK, so let's just turn it off then on. One more thing you can do with Google meat is you can share your screen, which is down here. So if you go presented now, you can share your entire screen. So if you have a presentation that you want to show them, you can share it on. Then you'll be able to see your students on the right hand side. Or you can share just a window. The mindful. If you share just a window and you need to flick back to something, the students are gonna be able to see it. They'll only be able to see that one window that you share. If you want to be flicking back and forth between different documents to show them different things, you need to show you in, tightened screen on. Then they'll be able to see everything. Okay, and that's all for Google meat. So join me in the next lecture, where I'll be showing you how to set up a Google meet directly from Google Classroom. I'll see you that 5. Google Meet & Classroom Integration: Hi, everyone. And welcome back in this lesson. I'm going to show you how to set up a Google meet directly from Google Classroom. And they'll also show you how to stop students from entering the meat when you're not there on how to stop them from staying longer after you've left. So let's take a look. So at first it's not so obvious from the screen. There's nowhere that actually says meat, which is a bit annoying, but if you go up here to your settings, you can find it in there. So let's going click some things on, then scroll all the way down on here. You've got your option Google meat, and you have a meat link here. So at the moment, this is not visible to students. So if I go to my dummy account from my student, as I said in the last lecture, it's a good idea to make a dummy account so you can see what your students see when you're using all these APS. So if I go up to my dummy account here and I go to my class, the student can't see anything. There's no link page for them. There's also no settings for them. So if I go back to my teacher profile and I talk all this here and I make it visible, it's safe. Now on my account, there's a meat link, and if we go back to our students account, when we refresh, they also have a Linkous well, and they can click that and it will take them directly to the meeting. Now, obviously, if you don't want your students to join the meeting before you do, just keep it invisible for your students for now. So if we go back to settings, total this off and he'll save again Good, that'll student refresh again. I can't drawing any meeting you. So I would only toggle this on once you are in the meeting on. Then it's a good idea. It down here in your stream just to leave a little comment saying Hi, I'm here. You can now join the meeting or something like that. Okay, so then you put your little comment and again go back up, travel on slave on. Then if we go over to our students page hit Refresh. You can see on that stream there that I've said hello and now they enjoy them into. So this meat link will stay the same if you don't refresh the page every time. So again, if you don't want your students joining when you're not, you need to go back to your settings. Onda reset the link here. Make it invisible for students. I would do this at the end of every class. Eso that in your next class again. They can't join without you knowing. Okay on. That's how you set up a Google meet through Google Classroom. Join me in the next lecture where we'll be looking at these dream on how to add students. We'll see that. 6. Google Classroom - Stream & People: Hi, everyone. And welcome back in this lesson. We're going to be looking at Google Classroom in particular. We're going to focus on the stream tab on the people tab on how to keep them organized so that you improve communication with your students. So let's take a look. So the stream kind of works a bit like Facebook. You can kind of add comments and files, pictures, whatever you need. One thing that I've noticed a lot of teachers are struggling with, especially state school teachers who have 30 35 students in a class. Um, is that the stream is getting clocked, especially with assignments. So imagine you've got 30 students. They're all asking new questions. Maybe they're chatting to each other on the stream. Plus, you've also got your assignments down here as well. This is going to get clocked pretty quickly. It's gonna be a mess, and people aren't going to use it. If anything, they're gonna stay away from it. So one thing you can do to unclog it is change your settings. So if you go to your setting ball up here and scroll down here, you have some stream settings. So students composed and comment. I would leave that I would let students post and comment cause it's a nice way for them to communicate with the entire class when they can't see each other when they're not at school . So I would lets students post in comment on that. One thing I would definitely take off is your classwork on the stream because you already have a separate section for that anyway. So again, if we go up to maul dummy students and look so already, they can see everything on here and they've got their assignments. But they also have their classwork here anyway, on bacon. See everything here so you don't need this on both off the options. It's just going to get a bit message. So let's go talk to each of you, and you can change this to hide notifications. That's a must. You can also toggle whether you want to show items that have been deleted or no, um, so you can choose. So go ahead, save on. Then you'll notice. Our assignment from the bottom here has disappeared, so we go back to all view from students. Let's refresh. Okay, it's up updated for our students as well, and they could no longer see it. So that just helps to take out all of the rubbish on the stream, Really. And then the students can use it mainly to communicate with you and never students. So I would also use the stream if you want to give them a document for the entire week, um, or for the day if it's not classwork, if it's just something that you need them to know, or you can give them a document for the entire week that has all of their links, slides and everything else on it. Something else you can do is move these posts up and down. You can pin ones to the top, the most important ones. So again, if you have something important, they need to know, you can put that right at the top of the page on. It won't move down as people are common toe okay on. That's all for your stream and for people and students. So join me in the next lecture. Well, we'll be looking at class work on marks. We'll see that 7. Google Classwork - Part 1: Hi, everyone, Welcome back. We're still unknown. Google classroom. At the moment in this lesson, we're going to take a look at classwork. More importantly, which permissions you need to use to set those assignments. So let's take a look. So, first of all, when you're giving classwork, make sure you're giving Google docks. Eva, a Google doc at Google Fulmer, Google slide anything by Google that they can actually end it. If you give them a word document or PdF, they won't be able to edit it, because the only premium versions of those things on all of the permissions will be different as well. So definitely give them a Google related document if you can. Okay, another thing to be wary off is which permissions you're using for the documents that you're assigning, so you'll have three different permissions you'll have. Everyone can edit. Everyone can view on, make a copy for each student. If you use the permission everyone can edit. That will mean that all students are going to edit the same document Now. This is great for group work because they can all work on the same document together. But if you're doing individual work this is going to cause you so many problems, you're going to be getting messages from students saying help! My work has changed. I didn't write that, etcetera, etcetera. So if you want to give individual work to students, make sure you're using the permission copy for all students on. I'll show you how to do this in a second in the walk for him, if you're not sure about all the permissions and you can't remember which is which and what happens when you press what? I've actually made a few images with these permissions on and what happens when students turned them in and what permissions the student and the teacher has. I've made some images with all this information, and you can find them at the end off this section. So go down to the end of the section and you're fine images that download them, and that will make things a bit clearer for you. Another really important thing you need to do when you're using your Google classroom is create a dummy student. If you don't, you won't be able to see what the classroom looks like from the students point of view. So this is why a lot of teachers are getting frustrated, especially with the stream, because students are saying, Oh, you know, there's too much stuff on it and I can't see what class work is. If you can see it from your students eyes, it will make organization a lot easier for you on it will stop people getting confused. So again created dummy student and then assign yourself some class work so that you can go into the classwork town as a student and see what you have students sees. Never really good tip used topics. This is really important in your classwork tab. To keep things organized, you can see here, for example, I have my classwork for Week two and my materials for week two and then inside that you can also have different sections as well on different materials so your students will know where to go, and you can also link all those documents to one big class documents, which you can put at the start of each week on. Then they'll know what they have to do each week on every day. So again, you can order organize these topics week by week, another really important topic you need to create is an archive topic which you can see at the bottom here. So week by week, as you go on, that you can move all the materials here that they don't need any more into your archive folder. So this is mainly gonna be for you so that you can see what you don't with the class s so that you're not repeating material, but it won't be on their classwork stream, and they can just ignore it. They know that they don't need to see that on. When you're creating courses for classwork, you can link thes quizzes to pair deck, which are interactive quizzes, uh, which I'll show you later on In the calls, you can also create question assignments as well, which you can link to flip grid, which is a really nice video app where you can take one minute videos on they can give kind of oral presentations, two different questions that you ask them on. I'll show you a lot later on in the walk through to So let's take a look at all class work , then 8. Google Classwork Part 2: As you can see here I have my classwork top divided up into different topics. And so this is an essential step for your classwork tab because especially if you've got big classes, you're going to be giving quite a lot of class work each week on your students are going to get confused when they look at their classwork tab, which work, they need to do what they've already done, which work they can ignore if it's not for them. So I would say split it up into classwork for each week and materials for each week on, then also at the bottom making archive topic on week by week. You could just move all of the stuff into this folder s so that they don't have to look at it and it won't clog up their classical extreme anymore. So this is the number one tip I give you for your classwork. Keep it organized. So that not only is easy for you to read, but it's easy for your students as well, because if they can't read it, they're gonna be sending you tons of messages. All they're gonna be telling their parents and their parents are gonna be sending you tons of messages. So make your life a bit easier on Dad. A few topics. Okay, so now let's look at creating on the sign of then. So let's go create on hit assignment so you can create quite a few different assignments, and you can also add assignments. If you are adding a document, I would recommend you to add a Google doc or the link off a Google Doc. This is really important because if you are the pdf for a word document, your students won't be able to edit it on again. They'll be sending you tons of messages saying I can't have it this document. So if you have some PDF or word documents that you really want to give your students, you can easily convert them into a word, doc. So if you open your drive, which is connected to your domain, I'll show you how to do that. Here, uh, down here, Go drive so you can see here. I already have quite a few documents here. I have a word document. Now, if I want to turn this into a Google dog will have to do is open it double click and go open with Google docks. So now I have as a Google doc. Now, I also have to save it as a Google doc to my drive, which you can see here, save his Google golf. Okay, Andi, if you want to give this asshole work, you've got two options. Either you can go back to your Google class on ad from Google Drive, or you can add a link. If you're adding a link, make sure that the permissions for your link are set correctly. So if I go share and I said get terrible link now, this is important here at the moment, it says anyone that I speak English with the link can view this document. So if I put this link on Google Classroom, almost students can do is look at it. They can actually edit it will fill it in in any way. So you need to go. Anyone I speak English with this link can edit on. Then copy the link. Go back to our Google classroom link on another new link, the and then your student will be able to edit this document. So let's give it a time full I did any instructions around the right here. You can choose which students you want on or if you have more than one class. Let's say you have the same level and you're doing the same thing. You can also give this to multiple classes at the same time. Um, you can also put a point system if you're marking up points, give it to due date, and also put it in your topic as well. So this is gonna go into class. What to on your rubric? These are worth exploring. So your rubric is how you're going to mark the document so you can go create rubric and you can give it a criteria you can give it points, different levels, descriptions. So these are worth checking out, and then you can reuse thes. Once you've created a rib, Rick, you can reuse them for each document, so I'm not gonna give a re re break for now. I'm just gonna keep it simple. Okay, so now you've done everything you've given it a title instructions, a due date points. Now you have to do one more really important thing, which is to change your permissions on the file. So down here you can say students convene this file so they can't actually edit it. If you click a sign now, none of them were gonna be able to edit it. So the most important thing you have to do is click make a copy for each student again. If you click, students can edit file. That means they're going to edit the same file, which is gonna cause you a lot of problems. So just like Tom, make a copy for each student on, then hit a song. 9. Google Classwork Part 3: okay. And now you can see that you have it here on your student can go into that and they'll be able to edit it on. Every student will be able to edit it differently. And then when you go into your marks, although you'll be able to see that each student has a different copy so I can just edit this as a student. Okay, So if I go back to my students, classwork feel and I look at this again now I can go add or create. If I add, I can now have that dog from my Google drive so you can see here, dummy complete. So I like that on. I could go hand in. So let's look at creating some different Simon's than So let's create a quiz. So you've got a few different options here again. You can other a quiz that you got in your Google drive. You can add a link. This would be a really good option if you link to Pair Deck, which is a Google extension for creating interactive power points, which you can add quizzes onto. So this is a really nice option for homework. I'll show you pair deck later on in the course, you can also make a quiz directly from Google forms. So let's hit blank quiz. I must say, I'm doing the quiz about Gramma. So you've got a list off different questions. You can go multiple choice. You can have short time for questions. Paragraphs, check boxes. What have you like? I'm just gonna do multiple choice for now, just to show you okay, you can add different oceans. Okay. Like that. You can also add an answer key, and you can have how many points they get for a chansa, and you can just go ahead continuing adding questions. You can also add images and videos to your quiz if you want. I'm just gonna keep it simple for now, just to show you. So when you're done with your quiz, you can just hit. Send on. You can do this beer link or email at play. It's easier to do it by Lincoln. You can just put it on in classroom. Okay, so let's go back to a classroom view. So we were here. You can also import your great here for different assignments, which is really nice. I can give it a title. Have any instructions? You need your points and everything else. And here, son, okay, and then should Chris create? You can also create questions here as well. This is a really nice option, so you can put a question here, for example, on then something that's really nice here. You can integrate flip grid here. Now Flip grid isn't a Google extension, and it's no a Google app, but it's a really nice website. If you want to check it out, I'll just briefly show you now so flickering is free to use. It's actually run by Microsoft. Um, all you have to do is make an account. Obviously, your kids have to make an account to on. They can get this as an app on their phone, and what it does is you can recalled little minute videos or five minute videos you can enter your code on. Then they can put that code or the link from their video on their assignment so you can give them a question like What have you done this week? And in your instructions, you can say, uh, create a video using click grid okay on so you can get some instructions using Flickr ID, and then when they go to do their homework, they could just make a little video on Eva. Add the link, all the code to their video on the assignment page. So that's a really nice one to do. For questions on Bond, you can have, like little battles between students. Or you can even have kind of lip sinking battles or storytelling competitions or things like that on again. If they make their link available to everyone, then everyone can watch their videos. And it's just a kind of fun way to interact with each other when they're not actually in the classroom. So this is a really nice website to use. I would recommend getting an account for that. Okay, so that's all for Google classwork. Join me in the next lecture, where we'll be looking at grading on Google Classroom. I'll see that 10. Google Classroom Marks - Part 1: hi, everyone and welcome back. So in the last lecture, we looked at how to set assignments. In this lecture, we're gonna focus on grading assignments on how to keep on top of all of the assignments you've already graded and everything you still need to. Great. So let's take a look. So first of all, really central, use your to do list. I'm going to show you this to do list on the second in the walk through. But it's up here behind these three lines. It gives you basically a rundown of all the assignments that you've given the assignments that you've already marked on, the assignments you still need to do. So this is a really good way of keeping track off all of the grading that you still have left again, just like I've said with all of our our other extensions. Make a dummy student so that you can see what your graves look like from your students. Eyes on another. Really nice thing that you can do is that you can actually create stickers for these assignments using Google keep, and so if you have young learners when you're grading the assignments, you can add little stickers on their for them just to give them a bit of positive reinforcement for doing their work well on. I'll show you how to do that now in the walk through. So let's take a look. So this is what your marks Page looks like. But you can see over here. I've got my dummy students again. Student One student too. You can see that student one has already handed something in, and I've marked it. And student, too, has handed something in on. I still have to do this. A good way of keeping track of what you have to do is your to do list. Your to do list is up here under this top here. So if you go here, you can see to do. And if you click on to do, you can see all of the work that has been handed in and all of the work that has been marked or assigned and everything else you need to do. So this is really good for keeping on top of homework. No, let's go back to our marks. So, to mark something, all you have to do is click here. Think of you Submission. Okay, so this is my students work marked, so you can edit it if you like. For example, I know that this here is incorrect so I can highlight Teoh bread on. You can also add some comments here if you want, um, so I can add to be correct, I'm so and you can just go through and highlight and do everything you need to do that. And if you flick out the side by here, you can give them a mark. So let's say my student got 10 out of 15 for this. You can also add any private comments as well post that something else That's really nice to do if you have young learners, is that you can actually make stickers and add them into these documents. Unfortunately, you can't do it here on your marking sheet, but you can do it in your dogs. So this should have saved already like this. Now, if I go back, let's click out of this and go back to my student record. And then if I go to my dogs on Hibbert fresh, we should have our dog here. Now, what you can do is you can have stickers in using Google, keep Google keep is another extension that you can download just like any other on its this light all over here in the corner. So if I hit Google keep you can see I've got some stickers up here, so I'll show you how to do this up here on another tab. So if we go into your APS, if you download the Google keep, you'll find it here in your out, so just open it up. 11. Google Classroom Marks - Part 2: So in order to create a stickers label or you have to do is go over here to edit labels on typing stickers here and hit done on that will create your stickers label over here now to get these stickers. All I did was a simple Google search for stickers well done. And you get a ton of images here. So let's go, like for this one, for example. So you can just click this on go save image else. I'm just gonna save it to my desktop for now and then if we go back to our Google keep, we can add an image. You and you can see I've got some stickers down here, so I'm just going around in the one we just don't lose it. So that's how you make stickers in keep. You've got two options with these Now, either you condone directly edit a document in Google dogs and you can add them using Google keep. So if we look here on my dark and you can see that I've already added one of those stickers in here, which I've done from Google keep, which is in the tab our of here, you can see I have all mystic is here and you can just drag and drop them into the document . So you can either do that or you can abbvie stickers to your Google drive. So if we go back up to our Google drive, you can create a new folder Khaled stickers, and you can just add new documents so I could just add all of these stickers that I've just found lycopene, okay? And I've got all my images there. Now, if I go back to my document that I'm grading over here, I can insert an image here on I can insert the image from Michael Drive is Mustika folder on Let's say, Let's give them this one. He s And again it's gonna be huge. So you have to resize it on. They go to God that stick of it. So you've got two options. You can either edit your document directly in Google dogs and add stickers from Google keep or you can upload or your stickers to Google. Drive on Adam in it as an image while your market. So when I'm done with all my comments and I've edited about it my stickers, I could go return on. There we go. That document is returned to the student. So if I go back to my students view here on, I go to class work, we can see my work up here on. Then they can see all of that work here, and they can see that I have marked their document and they can click. They can see my comments well done on. They can also view the document in their Google on. They've got little sticker there as well. Okay, so that's all for your mark. So have a little play around with it on. Decide how you prefer to mark which rubrics you prefer to use on. Also you in the next lecture. 12. Bitmojis and Google Classroom - Part 1: Hi, everyone. And welcome back in this class, I'm going to show you how to personalize your Google classroom by making a bit Mogi Bonner for your class. So let's take a look. Well, if you don't know what a bit moody is, it looks like this. It's basically an emoji version, all of you. So I use this as my boner for my Google classroom. You can also have been emojis to slide stocks on drawings as well, so you can just use it. Teoh make your Google classroom a bit more personalized on a bit nicer for your students to look out. As I just said, you can help them to slides, docks and drawings and that the nice thing you could do is have a bit emoji competition with your students. So if they all have the and they can create their own bit emojis on, then they can also create slides and drawings for whole work on. They can upload them to Google classroom on. Then everyone can choose the best one if you don't have time to create your own banner for your Google classroom, but you still want to personalize it a little. I've uploaded this banner, which you can edit with your old emoji at the end of this section. So go to the end of the section on. There will be a link there for you on. You can download the link and it will open this in Google drawings, and you can edit it to make it look like your own classroom. So if you don't really have a bit emoji, go and download the big emoji app for your phone to create your own bit. Emoji. You can't do this online. You have to have the at first to create a bit emoji and then you download the extension for Google chrome and it will automatically sync with your phone and you will have all your bit . Muji is available then. So let's take a look at how to make this Bonner. 13. Bitmojis and Google Classroom - Part 2: So if you want to create your own bit emoji bona go to Google drawings on open a blank document on you will need your document to be a final size. If I just go to page set up here, you needed to be a 10 42 by 2.6 inches on. That will be the right size for the banner on Google Classroom. If it's any smaller or bigger, it will come up looking a bit strange in Google Classroom. So make sure you have a blank document that's this size. Okay, so I'm just gonna go file and you to show you how I made this again. Let's change this file fire. So if I go down to pitch, set up and then change the final size to custom on my other one, we said Waas temple two by 2.6 inches. Okay, there we go. So called my bon a final size. So what I did to make the background was I went insert image on then such web and I searched Well, clip off on. You can just scroll down here for the different walls. Think I use this one here on just drag and drop it into your frame and then drug it to fit the right frame. Then I did the same with the floor. Such a search for a flaw on you can choose any of these here. I chose this one because the floor waas more slanted. Now this already has a wall on it. So I'm gonna do is just right click and it will bring up across auction And then I could just crop this image to fit So I don't want the wall. I just want the floor and then click off it That started big So I'm gonna do is just rearrange it, making it smaller but it don't hear on Then I'm just gonna copy and paste this a few times on Just add it all together So there we go. I've got lying Basic room. Then what I did was I and my bit emojis. So if we go up here, this is your big emoji extension. So again, toe, have this extension in orderto log in and have your bit emoji. You first need Teoh. Download the app on your phone, take a selfie of yourself on then download the extension online log in and it will sink your phone with your computer. And then here you can see it's got a ton of bit emojis for me to use here. So these are a few that I tried out. You've already got one with a teacher. Sort of five minute so you could try that one. Okay, how about this one's got nice panel, Nance. I won't do it exactly, but Okay, so I'm gonna put this one over here, just line it up with the floor. So I've already got my little mark aboard pen in my hand there, which is nice. And then I'm gonna insert an image off a white board. Now, you can leave a search for this, or I downloaded one from the Internet already. Okay, there we go. So I've got mine. Why would here be wary that every time you uncertain, you photo, That photo is gonna go on top of the other one. So if you wanted to go behind, just right, click on look a order on go. Some backwards on that will send it behind. You're on the wall. Then I added a little but a text to this. Okay, so if you want to move around to objects at the same time. For example, if you've got some text over laid onto an image on, just click one hit shift, hold down shift, click the other and then you can right click And it was a group so you can group that together and then I can move around. This subject here on both of them will stay together. So to make it look a bit more like a classroom and just went on inserting images from the Web just went clip off desk. I think that's what I searched going. They're going that your nice little student desk there and just resize it. Stick in on. I also heart a for can Make sure it's click on if you want to keep it all kind of call to like 14. Bitmojis and Google Classroom - Part 3: I'm just making a bit, well, friendly up, Um, a picture of a window in his wall because everyone stuck at home at the moment. So you want something a bit brighter? Bit line on. Then I just added enough a little bit Muji of me just saying Have a nice day. So the other big emoji, just as it says here you need to right click and then copy on. Go to what you want to paste it on right? Click again and go paste. I'm I should be able to flip. This is well, flip her. Oh, his backward stunted work. Okay, let's choose different emerging like I have a listen here. What's a Cuban? There we go on. I think I just added some kind of gallons or lights around it. So you can just again into the image on such on the web. Um, so just resize it on, then rotate it a little. I can put it over here. I can make sure you order it so that you send it to the back. It's lines on, and I'm just gonna copy and paste. I again said, I have to keep putting in, and I'm gonna do the same over Shia. If you got a few things on here, you can right click on those and bring them forwards instead on that should put them coming over you along. So go. And again, I'm just gonna coffee taste. Okay, There we go. So there's a very rough version off Google Bono with emojis if you want as well, let's say I want to change the color of the wall or something. I could go on for math and I can re color Think so. For example, I can change it to read. I think in my life when I had this dark one here you can go re color, you can adjust, You can make it brighter if you want, and you can change the brightness and contrast. Add some shadows, reflections, anything you want there on your last step. So this will have already automatically saved to your Google drives. That's gonna say they're so your last step is heading over to your Google classroom so you can see I already have one here. Um, for some reason, when you uploaded it darkens it Now. I haven't figured out how to undocking it yet. so that it's nice and bright and lined like our other one. If any of you have already done this with your bit motives in your Google classroom and you figured out a way to do that, please go to the Q and A section and let all of us know how to do that. It's always nice to share information and tips for people. So what you want to do is just go here to the bottom and go upload frontal on. Then you can select on. Then you're gonna have to select it from your computer. So you are gonna have to download this actually directly from your Google drive. Or you can save it here where it says download you can save. It's a J peg or a PNG's. Let's go save this J Peg and you can see it down. Let's just popped up. Go back to your group of class hit upload. You'll find it in your downloads folder. Okay, and then it should come up like this and then you can just resize it, drag it to the corners here, and then you go on, then just go select Blustein. And there we have it. Okay, so that's how to create a Google classroom banner using emojis like I already said before. You can also add emojis to slides and docks and quizzes, and your students can use them to in competitions and the classwork and just to personalize their own Google classroom a little. So that's everything for Big Emojis. Join me in the next lecture where we'll be looking at Google forms. I'll see you that. 15. Thank You!: Hi, everyone. I just wanted to say thank you for taking the course, and I really hope it helped you. If it did, please do leave. A reviewed really important. It helps other teachers to find the course on to make their lives a little easier to. If you want to learn more about online teaching with Google, Sweet head on over to part two of the cause, where I'll be teaching you all about Google. Drive on how to use Google Docks, slides on forms to keep your classes organized and to make killer assignments for your students. If you have any more questions about teaching online, you can contact me directly on skill share. You can get me on my email and you can find me on my website, too. So that's all from me and I'll see you in part to the course. I'll see that by