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How To Upload Files In Google Classroom As A Teacher

To use Google Classroom and start to learn how to upload files in the learning platform, you need to create an account and then add students. Once you’ve done that, you can assign tasks, grade papers, and send messages to your class.

Create an account.

If you’re new to Google Classroom, here’s how to create an account. Tutorial from Google Support. Other things you can do with Google Classroom are featured in this article.

You’ll also find instructions on how to upload files into Google Classroom as a teacher.

Add files to your class.

Once you’ve logged in to Google Classroom, click on the “Add” button at the top right corner of the screen. Then select the file type you’d like to add. From there, you can choose whether you’d like to upload a document, spreadsheet, presentation, or other file.

Share files with students.

You can also use Google Classroom to send links to files stored on Drive or OneDrive. This makes it easier for students to access them. If you’re using Google Docs, you can even attach files directly to an assignment.

Review student work.

Once you’ve uploaded a file, you’ll see a link at the top right corner of the document. Click on this link to view the document. You can then click on the “Edit” button to make changes.

Manage grades.

If you’re using Google Classroom as an assignment manager, you can also manage grades. Students will receive a notification when they submit a grade. Teachers can also send messages to individual students to let them know how they did on an assignment.

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