Google Classroom is best said to be a good start. It’s intuitive, with plenty of genuinely useful features for teachers and students and could actually help to cut down on paper used in schools though at this moment, it’s also not a robust tool to replace a full-featured learning management system. It doesn’t have automated quizzes or tests, can’t automatically add students, and supports much more of a blended learning model than an asynchronous/completely online one.
No wonder a product built by Google has a clean, simple layout, and an intuitive user interface. Big buttons and a built-in tutorial direct teachers to create new classes, assign new homework, communicate with students through comments and an activity stream. Those already familiar with Gmail and other Google apps will feel right at home. However, the pared-down look is not without its limitations and some functionality can be confusing to first-time Google users, such as buttons with only icons or grading sections that are not clearly buttons/interactive. Additionally it’s not clear that the class activity feed updates automatically and students may miss things if they don’t click “refresh” on their browsers.
Google Classroom’s Full integration with Google Drive means all sorts of content can be easily created, integrated, and shared with the class. From Google Docs for essay assignments, to embedded YouTube videos to share important concepts, adding and pushing out this content to students is easy. However, support for other tools like Microsoft Word is not built-in and content is limited to things and assignments the teacher manually uploads. There are no automatic course paths, quizzes or tests or automated grading.
Amongst all the features already discussed, there are some handsome features for the students as well like they can easily login, add themselves to classes using a special class code, see announcements from the teacher, and receive/complete assignments all through the tool. They can also comment on individual pieces of course content, going so far as to be able to comment on a specific location of a picture. Mobile access as well allows for offline caching and access to assignments, and the ability to upload photos. Unfortunately, Google Classroom requires a separate Google Apps for Education account, so students (and teachers) may have difficulty juggling multiple Google accounts if they also have a personal Gmail and while there is grading functionality for individual assignments, it’s a manual process that must still be done by the teacher. Another good thing about this application is that Google Classroom for PC can also be installed and used on a bigger screen. All you have got to do is install the recommended emulator in this guide, download Google Classroom for PC apk and you are good to go. Do not forget to leave your thoughts in the comment box and we hope that the steps mentioned below would prove fruitful.
Download, Install and Play Google Classroom for PC Windows & PC MAC using this simple guide | Android Google Classroom on PC
Google Classroom for PC
To play Google Classroom for PC one must have an emulator installed in it. The most used Android emulator for Windows and MAC are Andyroid & Bluestacks. Download them using below links
How To Install & Play Google Classroom on Computer | PC | Windows 7, 8, 10 | MAC
- Download and Install Bluestacks / Andyroid using above links on PC
- Install Bluestacks or Andyroid on your respective operating system.
- Now download Google Classroom for PC APK and place it on PC.
- Now open the Google Classroom APK and select Bluestacks / Andyroid to run it
- If selected by default, leave it the way it is
- It will be installed on the respective emulator and notify once done
- Open this notification, APK will start.
- Use mouse cursor as the finger to touch on the screen.
Alternatively one can open BlueStacks / Andyroid, Search & install Google Classroom using Google Play-store.
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