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With the recent announcement that Google Classroom will be available to all Google Apps for Education schools by the week of August 11th, schools that have also adopted iPads are interested in exploring the platform to determine if it will integrate into their existing deployment to provide a helpful and approachable workflow solution.
While there are currently a number of workflow solutions and Learning Management Systems that work well with iPads, Google Classroom will likely become a top contender for iPad classrooms because of the integration with both the Google Drive and Google Docs iPad apps as well as any number of iPad creativity apps.
While there is not an iPad app for Google Classroom, the web interface works seamlessly and allows students to turn in any assignment or file that is in their Google Drive account as illustrated by the video below. This means that no additional apps need to be installed or updated. Any assignment created and distributed by the teacher that is a Google Document or Spreadsheet will automatically bump students to the Google Docs or Spreadsheet app for completion when they click on their individual file within the Google Classroom web interface.
Any PDF that is distributed to students as an assignment through Google Classroom will automatically open in the Google Drive app when clicked on within Google Classroom. Any app that supports uploading to Google Drive as an export option can then be turned in as a completed assignment. This means that teachers can create templates and curate resources to guide student creation. Moving forward, teachers will be able to push resources to students, and collect creations from them, in an efficient and organized manner.
iPad apps telling me they're not compatible with my iPad!
Image Credit: Greg Kulowiec.Hi everyone! I wanted to share how to use Google Classroom on an iPad or tablet in K First off, it can seem a bit overwhelming at first to consider even how to set this up on an iPad. At least, it did for me. My mind was boggled. I admit it. I was confused. I figured there must be other teachers confused, and I bet you many of us could have let students teach us by simply handing them the device and telling them we needed to use Google Classroom on it, haha!
Seriously, young children amaze me at how much they pick up with technology. I am interested to see what they come up with by the time they are all grown up.
It probably is going to make all our technology now look like the Middle Ages! My initial fear was pushed aside once I dove into it instead of trying to figure it out in my head. It was actually pretty simple to set-up once I downloaded the appropriate apps. Most of it was intuative. The only thing that is a bit more confusing is if you are not with the device and students need to share it.
I have a post about that here. First set-up one, and then head there to set-up additional accounts on the same device. They can now access their assignments from within the app. However, if you will be using drag and drop features in Google Slides, you will need to go to the next step because it will not work in Google Classroom.
Download the Google Slides app from the app store. This will allow you to use the drag and drop features from within the app. That way, their work can be saved to their drive. They will be able to access their assignment from their drive too. Now, here is where my mind was boggled: I wondered how can an assignment go back into their Google Classroom account? Would students need to know how to send that back? Thankfully, no they do not! Since they are working within their file from within their drive, all their work is automatically saved from within their account!
This leads me to step four.Classroom turns your iPad or Mac into a powerful teaching assistant, helping a teacher guide students with iPads through a lesson, see their progress, and keep them on track.
With Classroom, you can easily launch the same app on every student device at the same time, or launch a different app for each group of students. Classroom helps teachers focus on teaching so students can focus on learning. Learn more about the requirements for Classroom 3. Learn more about the requirements for Classroom 2. Learn more about the requirements for Classroom 1. Learn more about features and requirements for Classroom 1. What's new in Classroom 2.
Five critical & helpful features of using iPads with Google Classroom:
This update also includes bug fixes and performance improvements. What's new in Classroom 1. About Classroom 1. What's new in Classroom 3. Dark Mode support This update also includes bug fixes and performance improvements. New iOS restriction to require teacher consent to leave a teacher-created class from a supervised student device Learn more about the requirements for Classroom 2. Share URLs, documents, images, and more to individual students or to groups using the new drag and drop functionality in iOS Three new Configuration Profile restrictions allow you to set, configure, or force the "Join Classes," "Lock Apps and Device," and "AirPlay and View Screen" settings for teacher-created classes to match the behavior of admin-created classes.
Edit a group while in Slide Over or Split View. Filter apps by name in the Open App action dialog. Navigate to iTunes U courses Add and remove students from teacher-created groups Learn more about features and requirements for Classroom 1.
Assign Shared iPads to students Once configured, Classroom connects to nearby student devices. Classroom intelligently assigns the right student to each Shared iPad based on which device the student used last time. Once students are done, the teacher can easily log them out to prepare each Shared iPad for the next class.
See what your students see with Screen View See an overview of all student screens at once Focus on a single student screen Students are informed when their screens are being viewed. Organize student devices using groups Classroom automatically creates groups of students based on the apps they are using Teachers can create groups to break students into project teams Perform actions on entire groups or on individual students within groups.
Great for use with both and Shared iPad student devices All actions take place over the local network only.
Yes No. Character limit: Maximum character limit is Ask other users about this article Ask other users about this article.Apple iPad Forum. Previous Thread Next Thread. Zeta08 Expand Collapse. Joined: Oct 5, Messages: 10 Thanks Received: 0. I got a notification to update my Keynote app, but when I clicked on 'update' all I got was a message 'app is not compatible with this iPad', even though it's just an update to an app which I've been using OK.
Then today, I tried to install the new Guardian iPad app, and got the same message. Does anyone know what this is all about? Is it my iPad, or a problem with the app store, or something else? Joined: Jun 10, Messages: 64 Thanks Received: 8.
Maybe doing a sync, uninstalling the offending apps, doing the iOS upgrade then reinstalling the apps would work. Rome Expand Collapse. Joined: Oct 12, Messages: 1 Thanks Received: 0. I am getting the same erroe message on all three of the iWorks apps. Pages, Numbers and Keynote. Unable to update. Joined: Jan 27, Messages: 1, Thanks Received: Just give up. Have a drink The iOS 5 update is creating massive problems everywhere. Servers overloaded. Verification of devices fails. App "incompatibility" fails as a result.
There is no solution. Go to bed and wait for the millions of frustrated users who counted on their Apple devices to "just work" do the same thing. Thanks for the quick reply, stevnim.Hi everyone! Today, I want to offer show you how to use Google Classroom on an iPad or tablet when you are not Some of you may have been for a while, but Google Classroom is new to you.
Now, some of you might ask, what is ? This is simply when each student has their own tablet or iPad to use in your classroom. Of course, some of you are like, our computers are more like one of those ones from a sci-fi movie. I can relate. My first year of teaching, I had no printer in my classroom and the text on the only computer was green and ran like a brontosaurus.
This was in the s, and it was mainly just my class that had THAT computer. Others had more efficient ones. My classroom was a storage closet with an obvious hidden dinosaur when they gave it to me, haha!
Fast forward three years at another district in the county next door where I later went to teach, and they were handing me an interactive whiteboard and telling us to use it without providing very much with content in it or guidance geared for primary teachers.
Some of you might not have devices for each student, and that might have some perks of its own, haha!
New technology equals more expectations usually. How do you manage using Google Classroom when students have to share the device? I am going to show you how I would do it. There is another option to have students log in and out, but that takes time each go around. Also, sometimes you have no control over the username and passwords given to your students that can easily be hard for them to remember or too easy to make a typo on due to the long length.
ELA center time with the gadget could easily become login practice time instead! Thankfully, the devices leave the students logged in on an iPad and lets you add multiple accounts onto the device.
This method will show you how to add multiple accounts, so students can select their account to use. First off, if you do not have Google Classroom on any device, please see this post first on using Google Classroom on an iPad or tablet in a K-2 classroom by clicking here.
I have this post linked in there too. I recommend having students assigned a device and planning that out before you set this up. Using some labels to number the device or name it will help manage this. Students will find funny names amusing! You will also want to consider when you will be using the devices in groups to make sure that two students assigned to use one device are not suppose to be using it at the same time unless you want them collaborating, of course.
Using your groups as a reference when assigning the devices will help to manage this. Sometimes, you might need to tweak it as you change up your groups, but considering groups when assigning devices is a good way to manage this. Once you know what student will be going on what device, you are ready to jump into adding them on it. After you have followed the steps from the previous blogpost, you will basically be repeating some of the steps to set-up the accounts for any students using the device.
First, go into Google Classroom.
You will see the first account you have assigned to the device. Click on the triangle.Wellllllll here's the before and after.
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