Previewing a new Classroom by Google

Previewing a new Classroom by Google

Classroom is a new, free tool coming to Google Apps for Education that helps teachers easily and quickly create and organize assignments, provide feedback, a…
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24 Responses to Previewing a new Classroom by Google

  1. Google says:

    In honor of #TeacherAppreciationWeek, we’re announcing a preview of Classroom, a new, free tool in #GAFE that’s coming later in 2014. Classroom weaves together Google Docs, Drive and Gmail to help teachers create and organize assignments quickly, provide feedback efficiently, and communicate with their classes with ease.

  2. Jaime Casap says:

    Here is the video for #classroom Previewing a new Classroom by Google: +Google for Education 

  3. Dabu Xian says:

    That’s funny, everyone in my school doesn’t know how to use anything other than Windows, Office and moves files on USB sticks.

  4. Ben Langhinrichs says:

    *New tool for teachers by Google* Obviously requires that all students have computers, but since that is a given with Google Apps for Education anyway, this looks like an interesting addition. Our schools use Moodle, which is an open source solution, but this looks like it goes further.

  5. Qusai Al Haddad says:

    Google Classroom Previewing a new Classroom by Google

  6. Novedad Plus says:

    Aquí tenéis el vídeo promocional de Google Classroom.

  7. blastoi5e says:

    yay lets kill more intranet systems!! bye d2l bye moodle!!!! fuck you google!

  8. quarlic says:

    Once this gets released, probably a year from now you’ll see competitors Microsoft and Apple are gonna compete with Google by creating their own classroom app especially Apple since Macs have been used in schools for 30 decades so far!!

  9. ILUVBlogs1 says:

    Translation= teach children to use google products so the chances of them using google in the future is more. Means more money for google. Cha Ching. 

  10. Kathryn Serby says:

    Looks good. We currently use Hapara? Do you think this may replace it? Thoughts?

  11. Afzal Shaikh says:

    Google Classroom – A new LMS built into Google Apps ?

  12. Zach Yeskel says:

    For all the teachers who wake up early to grade, who battle the copy machine every morning, and who inspire students every minute they’re teaching (and just need more minutes!), we’re thrilled to announce a preview of Classroom. Classroom is a new tool in Google Apps for Education designed to help teachers create and organize assignments quickly, provide feedback efficiently, and communicate with their classes with ease. Happy #TeacherAppreciationWeek! Let us know if you’d like to try it out at You can learn more at

  13. Pavel Podbelniy says:

    Sorry google, but it is just a copy of the Moodle.

  14. Roy Leighton says:

    This new learning platform by Google is going to save teachers time and make learning more accessible, manageable an inspiring for students. It’s not available yet but it’s on it’s way. 

  15. Amid Yousef says:

    From *feel good* department at #GOOGLE, thank you for paying attention to EDUCATION!

  16. darexinfinity says:

    Good idea but two ultimate flaws with this: 1. Computers are distracting and tempting. As a university student I see plenty of students on Facebook and other websites they shouldn’t be on during lecture. Heck even during my internship I hear about people surfing the web. Computers become tempting when you have to do an assignment on them and no option to do without them. When you get stuck on an assignment you end up once again on websites that you shouldn’t be on. (And while a sometimes clears your mind and helps you find the answer you need, that’s a rare occurrence) 2. Laptops are costly, and no one wins for this. If there’s not an option to opt out of having a computer requirement, then the school or Google must provide it. Google would unlikely spend millions of dollars sending computers to schools across the country and pay more for maintenance and replacement. And many schools cannot afford to pay for all of the hardware, public school budgets just don’t get enough money for that. And even if someone is willing to pay to let students use laptops for free, who would trust a child with technology that’s up to $1000?

  17. Charlie Motin says:

    Then my dog can´t eat my homework…

  18. Cristian Motoiu says:

    *Poate ne vine vreo idee si noua*

  19. Florian Zorn says:

    Surface by Microsoft is a lot of better than any chromebook in this world!

  20. Phil Waud says:

    Is this the way forward? Paperless is definitely a boom. My GCSE ICT moderation this year was the usual four inch thick slab of coursework that had to be meticulously commented, marks added to a coversheet and then another marksheet ticked off for each assignment. My computer Science on the other hand was a FreeFileSync file that copied the relevant directories from the students user area onto my pen drive. I then added a PDF file and marked every assignment electronically. As I had 16 students, I just did the whole lot (we get asked for a sample of 10), and its now on a CD ready for sending off when they ask for a sample. Carrying around a 15mm square 32gb pendrive is a whole lot easier than lugging all that dead tree!

  21. Chiranjeev Jain says:

    When will this be available in India.?

  22. Omar González says:

    Looks pretty cool, hope to see it soon!

  23. Cynthia B says:

    Obesity rates shall rise up

  24. Michael Cook says:


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