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Manage Teaching and Learning with Classroom
Organize assignments, boost collaboration, foster better communication.
MAKE TEACHING MORE PRODUCTIVE, COLLABORATIVE &
Google worked with educators across the country to create Classroom: a streamlined, easy-to-use tool that helps teachers manage coursework. With Classroom, educators can create classes, distribute assignments, grade and send feedback, and see everything in one place.
Tackle administrative tasks more efficiently
With simple setup and integration with G Suite for Education, Classroom streamlines repetitive tasks and makes it easy to focus on what teachers do best: teaching.
The best in learning management at no cost
Classroom is free for schools and included with sign up for G Suite for Education. Like all Google for Education tools, Classroom meets high security standards.
Work anywhere, anytime, and on any device
With Classroom, teachers and students can sign in from any computer or mobile device to access class assignments, course materials, and feedback.
More time for richer feedback
Educators can track student progress to know where and when to give extra feedback. With simplified workflows, more energy can be focused on giving students constructive, personalized recommendations.
EVERYTHING TEACHERS AND STUDENTS NEED TO WORK BETTER, TOGETHER
Classroom was created hand-in-hand with teachers to help organize day-to-day tasks, communication, and foster greater collaboration.
Give better feedback faster using the comment bank
Assign and grade coursework securely—and reuse or collaborate
Post, comment, and facilitate classroom discussions
Keep materials and resources organized in the Classwork page
Manage and view guardians, students, and co-teachers on the People page
Eliminate distractions by giving quizzes in locked mode
“I distribute a Doc through Classroom, where all kids can work on the Doc together, at the same time. I project it on the board to facilitate quick discussion. It makes sure everyone gets heard, and amplifies student voice.”
Daniel Brennick, science teacher, Florida