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30 Google Classroom tips every teacher must know

Understanding and utilizing Google Classroom’s features can help you make the most out this G Suite tool. But how can we use it even more effectively? Check out these tips from the #Ditchbook community!


Google Classroom is a favorite among the many useful G Suite tools. It allows us to manage our classroom assignments digitally and saves us lots of time.

Like most of the G Suite tools, Google Classroom is constantly getting updated with new features. By utilizing these features we can make Google Classroom work even better.

Sometimes, a few tips, tricks, and strategies can make all the difference.

In a recent #Ditchbook chat, moderated by Sean Fahey, we asked the community to share their top tips, tricks, and strategies every teacher must know when using Google Classroom. Educators shared ideas for using topics, announcements, comments, feedback, emojis, and more!

Scroll down or click here for 30 tips to help you make the most out of Google Classroom! Also, be sure to check out this Wakelet collection to see the whole discussion.

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