Google Forms is a versatile tool that can do a lot of things. One of the most helpful things it can do is help differentiate student learning through something called branching.
I can’t express in words how happy I am that it’s finally here. Google has added rubrics to Classroom assignments, and I couldn’t be happier.
Setting up customized paragraph styles in Google Docs is a simple process.
If you’ve ever created any kind of lengthy Google Doc, then you know how annoying it can be to try to scroll through a long document to find a specific page. Google Docs will create a table of contents for you in just a few simple steps.
Google Forms can give you a lot of versatility when it comes to quizzes in class.
Here’s a nifty little thing in Google Calendar that many people may not know about. They’re called appointment slots, and they can be incredibly useful and simple to set up.
If you’ve created your classes in PeerGrade, then you’re ready to create assignments. Assignments are easy to create, but there are a few different options you have as you go. This is another simple 3-step process. Create the Assignment After selecting the class you want to assign peer feedback to, you’ll click the blue “CreateContinue reading “PeerGrade Tutorial: Creating Assignments”
Trying to create a class in PeerGrade? It’s a simple 3-step process.