Exeter High School
February 7, 2017
by Sandy Blanc
Happy SNOW DAY! Some of us did head into school today and it was quiet. My apologies for a delayed Tuesday Tech Tidbits, but it is still Tuesday, so it still counts as on time… right?!
There are many of you that use Google Classroom for your classes! (Hooray!) As time goes by, you will start to accumulate many classes in Google Classroom. Now that semester 1 is complete, I wanted to share with you how to archive your classes. Archiving will NOT erase or delete any student data from the classroom! Archiving will tidy up your Classroom, allow you to still copy assignments from the class that is archived, and also will allow you to make the class active again at any time.
Here is a tutorial on how to archive your classes in Google Classroom!
How can I use this in my class?
Google Classroom is an excellent tool to manage student workflow. One of my favorite features is how Classroom automatically organizes folder for your Google Classroom (by class, and for each student). This keeps your Google Drive nice and tidy as well! Archiving classes keeps the main page of Google Classroom less cluttered and easy to see what current classes you have. You can easily start new classes and reuse the posts from the archived classes!
Teacher Tech Days- Wednesdays!
TOMORROW: Open Technology Questions- if you have questions about something, come on up!
When? Wednesday at 2:30-3:30pm on February 8, 2017