35 Awesome Apps that Integrate with Google Classroom

Google Classroom Apps!
Sep 27, 2016 | Posted by Kasey Bell 
G-Suite has eight Apps in the G-suite. Google Forms is not present on the iPads but can be used if created on the web and used by the iPads to take tests, assessments, and surveys. (Google Keep is not in the picture and it is one of my favorites.)

Google has numerous other search engines, museums, and collections that can aid in research and exploration.

I Promised a Posting on ARCHIVING-- here it is!

To Archive, when you are on your main page in Google Classroom where all your classes are right in front of you, look at the box that contains the class you want to Archive and look for the three DOTS in the upper right corner. Click them and see the word ARCHIVE. To find your Archive folder, it will be at the bottom of the menu of your classes listed under the three lines at the top left corner of your screen. The menu normally has all your classes listed vertically. If you have archived anything, it will be at the very bottom in a folder.
Check out this blog from the Google GURU: google-classroom-reuse-syllabus
She will walk you through many details of reusing your classroom. Please check this out and SHARE!

New Posting-- 10 Things to Start with in Google Classroom

10 Things to Start with in Google Classroom by Alice Keeler-- a Guru of Google.

​Want to keep up with Google Classroom? 

There is a way!
When you are in Google Classroom, click on the Question Mark at the bottom left corner and click What's New. It will bring you directly to their blog with all of their updates. Did you know that they update nearly every month?  I have a link to the support blog here. 
Google Drive has enabled Google Add Ons and there are some that you and your students will want to enable right away. Others may appeal more to professional developers or those who work remotely . This article has a great variety. 

​​60 Smarter Ways ​to Use Google Classroom

by TeachThought Staff
Google Classroom is quietly becoming the most powerful tool in education technology.

It may lack the visual appeal of iPads, or the student credibility of a BYOD program. It may not be as forward-thinking as wed like here at TeachThought, but Google Classroom excels in providing solutions for a broad swath of teachers who have a variety of expertise and comfort level with education technology. It also uses Googles familiar template that many teachers have used for years. As such, it scratches the itch for many teachers in many classrooms right here, right now.

Click this link to see their 60 ways....
How about Google +
Search: Google Apps for Education or Google Classroom
Try these boards
Try these addresses & hashtags:
#googleclassroom, @GoogleForEdu
25 Cool Hacks for Google Docs has some great ideas for using Google Docs in the Classroom. Trying to find more ways to integrate Google Docs into your "life"? Check out their list. It does not have specific apps connected with them, but gets the ideas rolling. 


​Google Forms and Add-ons

Google Forms is an amazing tool for surveys but can also be used to assess students' knowledge. 

Did you know it can grade itself?

Yes-- with products like Super Quiz and Flubaroo you can set quizzes and have them auto-grade as the students submit the assessments. 

Here is a Youtube video on how to use Flubaroo. If we watch it first, I have just blended my classroom a little bit... :-)

Here is another link that will show you how to create the form and then use Flubaroo.
If you are looking for more on this topic or Super Quiz, try Googling the terms: Flubaroo Tutorial or Super Quiz Tutorial. The key term Tutorial always helps to find the instructional videos. 
When you want every student to HAVE THEIR OWN COPY you need to set the lower button of the assignment or announcement to: MAKE A COPY FOR EACH STUDENT