With teachers across the district at all grade levels utilizing Google Classroom, it can be confusing for students to manage class materials and Classrooms as a whole from year to year. A recommended naming convention when using Google Classroom will help all involved find and organize the Classroom world easier. Whether it is your class name, materials, or an assignment, following these tips will help students to find exactly what they need as they move between Classrooms.
In the near future, your teacher computer will receive a new Windows 10 upgrade. There may be some functional questions that arise, so here is a handy document that we in the IT department put together. Please feel free to take a look ahead and prepare for a few operational changes.
Did you know that the Salem School District has paid subscriptions to the following tools?
For help guides and tutorials about these online resources, visit the Technology Resources page for Teachers.
Being notified when a Google Doc is edited is a common request. Unfortunately, Google Docs doesn't have this ability yet. However, you can receive notifications when comments are added to the Document. Another option is to use Google Sheets instead, as this application does offer notification of updates/editing. Google Classroom also allows for notification adjustment.
Drive & Docs - Video Instructions - Here
Sheets - Step-by-Step Instructions - Here
Drive - Step-by-Step Instructions - Here
Docs - Comment Notification Instructions - Listed Below & Here
Manage Your Comment Notifications
You can choose whether or not to receive notifications for a specific class. For example, if you don’t want any notifications for your Math class, you can turn them off, but you’ll still get notifications for your other classes. See below or click Here to see full options.
Note: If you turn off notifications for a class, all notifications for that class are turned off.
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