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  1. Rabbitt

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    I'm off to a new school again. Yay me. Grade 2 still.

    I want a webpage where my students can go to click on the sites I choose.
    For the first time, my students have Google accounts and I have Google Classroom.
    Do I create a web page in Google or is there something in Classroom for me?
    Quite honestly, I've NEVER seen Google classroom.
    I don't have the students yet so I cannot get it set up.
    Any help is appreciated.
     
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  3. London

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    You can actually start to set up google classroom without the students. You just add them later or have them login and join the class. It's a great way to share links and other assignments with the students. You can even have them look at a link and do some kind of activity (a quiz through google forms, written assignment in google docs) that they can submit and you can grade. It's not a traditional webpage, more like a classroom management system like moodle or blackboard. You can even set-up online discussions for the class. If you're good with technology, you can just mess around and try out the different aspects of google classroom. There are many video tutorials on youtube that are helpful as well (they show you how to do stuff and what it looks like).
     
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    Thank you! That was helpful.
    At my other schools, I have always had a webpage on their site. I added links and news there and it was quite efficient. Looking forward to trying it with Google Classroom.
     

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