A video guide for students on how to use the NOTES app to Scan and upload material to Google Classroom
This is a great guide on how to use the NOTES app to scan written or printed work and uploading it easily to Google Classroom. This collates the work together preventing multiple copies and also prevents the poor photographs that tend to be sent.
A short guide going through the three key ways to get students into your classroom
Inviting them in the way shown prevents them accessing your classroom with the wrong email.
These two fabulous videos from Alistair Hamill and Desmond Tennyson really demonstrate how effective marking can be carried out using the Rubrics feature of Google Classroom.
Amazing KAMI offer!! Try this amazing application for free for two months and learn just why it is so good for schools. (Watch Video on how to install on browser]
Kami have very kindly extended their full free trial to all C2ken.net email addresses until October!
We have added our YouTube Kami Playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBLH14q8MojA6yade6Spqa-x4DcRZfWVN
The video below shows how to add KAMI to your browser. I really think this is an amazing tool and principals and HODs should consider this for your teachers. You can contact KAMI for pricing.
In our school, 100 teachers and 1700 students are priced at just over £4,000. However, using this would negate the need for photocopying anything and so will easily save you money! Plus...... it is kinder to the environment, stops us losing anything, allows you to mark work on a tablet with a stylus, and integrates with google classroom and Teams to pull across the marks into your google classroom mark book.
I cannot recommend this strongly enough it will save teachers so much time during what is going to be a really difficult year. Please go on and have a play before the full version trial runs out next week!
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