While the basics of Google Classroom can be fairly straightforward, certain simple aspects of your classroom can have a significant impact on students’ enjoyment and engagement in your classroom. 1. Choose a theme that matches your class On the Stream page of your class, you have the option to Select theme. A class’ theme changesContinue reading “Tips for Improving Your Google Classroom Class”
Nowadays, almost everything we need to do relies on the Internet, including attending classes. If your Internet connection is subpar, your learning experience will be as well, making school much harder. While the factors affecting Internet connection are different from person to person, these tips can help you make sure you’re getting the most outContinue reading “How to Maximize Your Internet Connection”
Canvas is a popular online learning platform that is often used as an alternative to Google Classroom. It is full of features and pages, and can often be overwhelming. 1.) To access your class it should be in a large square underneath Dashboard (yellow) 2.) Any assignments which need to be done will be atContinue reading “Better Understanding Canvas”
APS often requires students and teachers to change their password periodically, which can be inconvenient, especially when how to do so is unclear. To start, visit pwreset.aps.edu. Choose Change password on the right-hand side. Enter your student ID and current password, then press Logon. Next, enter your new password, and enter it again to confirmContinue reading “How to change your APS Password”
1.) To better understand Google applications such as Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Drive go to the Google Workspace Learning Center. 2.) In the search bar type the issue you are experiencing. 3.) For a more general understanding of the application, type in the name of the application, followed by “cheat sheet.” Below will beContinue reading “Better Understanding Google Applications”
Understanding the Chrome OS shelf is essential to using your Chromebook productively and efficiently. The shelf is the bar at the bottom of the screen and has three main parts: 1. Launcher The Launcher is the circle button on the left side of the shelf. Clicking on the circle will bring up a popup window.Continue reading “Getting to Know Your Chromebook: The Shelf”
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