With all the different types of Learning Management Systems (LMS) available to school systems, Google Classroom often stands out as the primary favorite among educators — including Rocketbook Teachers. If you’re an educator looking to streamline your classroom workflow and improve student teachers communication, this system aims to create, distribute and grade assignments in a fully digital way.
Specifically, Google Classroom allows teachers to create classes, post assignments, organize folders, and view work in real-time. Students are then able to access their assignments on any web-based device and turn their work in to their teachers. This system works especially well for remote teaching and connecting with students, virtually.
So, where does Rocketbook come into play? The Rocketbook app works in conjunction with Google Classroom’s mobile app, allowing teachers to annotate student Google Classroom submissions and seamlessly return graded work back to students. Talk about the perfect match!
Follow along for additional details regarding creating assignments, collecting, and grading them all through Google Classroom and the Rocketbook app.
Now that you’re familiar with Google Classroom and how the Rocketbook system works, let’s walk through each step of creating an assignment for students.
Pro Tip: You can share any scans in your History page to Google Classroom, too.
Now that the assignment is set up, here’s a step-by-step process for how students can submit their work to Google Classroom using Rocketbook.
The last step? Grading the assignment! Follow along as this video walks you through how to do this:
Right now there’s lots of resources for helping teachers being shared, but maybe you’ve still got some unanswered questions. If you’d like additional help, suggestions, tips, or tools for providing a great remote classroom environment for your students, we’ve got your covered. Email Rocketbook at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions on how we can help you.
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