Google Classroom Help
Google Classroom Help
At BCS we utilize Google Classroom as a means of assigning tasks to studetns in and out of the physical classroom. This page is for parents to gain an understaning of how GC works so you can help your child if they have questions.
More information will be added to this page as much as is possible. Please keep checking back.
Access to Google Classroom is via classroom.google.com
Students can quickly see what classes they are enrolled in
Clicking on the name of a Class takes you to that Class Stream
In the Stream, students can see any announcments or assignments that the teacher has posted. A teacher might have turned off assignments in the Stream to better organise their work, this is something to look out for.
From here, a student can select the Classwork tab at the top to view all assignments. These can be a big list of assignments or organised by Topics by the teacher.
To view an assignment, click it's title and it will reveal the instructions and any attached files.
Click view assignment for more details.
When viewing the assignment, the teacher may have added detailed instructions to follow.
On the right is where a student will find files that the teacher has added. These files can be view only, edit, or a copy. A copy is like makeing a digital photocopy of a worksheet for you to work on.
If you want to anhance your assignment portfolio, you can add other files.
Once a student has completed their work, they should 'hand in'
They can write a private comment to their teacher to let them know how they felt the task was
Then click 'Hand in'
Google Classroom has some handy features to keep students organised with their work. One of which is an assienment calendar.
Here they'll find the due dates of every assignment set.
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Bradford Christian School exists to partner parents in seeking to bring their children up in the ways of the Lord. We are an independent Christian school with a curriculum that focuses on the Bible and Jesus Christ in the lives of children and young people.
Students are encouraged to discover their own personal relationship with Jesus Christ and to maintain this in their futures.