For returning students, it’s pretty darn easy to access your past course pages. Log in, click the drop down on the mid left which indicates what school year you want, then click into the course title!
Quick overview of the Annotate function: You can have students submit work via the Assignment you give them. You can allow resubmission but will lose the current submission. You could allow multiple submissions, should you wish a draft and a final … Read More
Here is a what a student sees when a teacher has annotated a submission. It shows a very good overview of a student view of Assignments in general, but only goes into Annotation details.
This is a long post, but I wanted one place where all the assorted actions were listed together, as an overview of how to create and use a Rubric to grade an Assignment. You need to do a few steps … Read More
Comments in your Grade Book can be a useful tool when it is time to share Narrative Comments at the end of the quarter. To use Comments in your Grade Book, follow these steps (note, you must have an assignment you … Read More
Set up your Grade Book first. Just trust me on this one thing and set up a calculation method, and know that all the other options can be edited. Discussions are a new tool to let your class have an online … Read More
This is worth five minutes of your time, I promise! I will also be posting slower, step by step instructions for setting up and using rubrics at Lick-Wilmerding.
Although this tutorial is on the basics, I found it surprisingly thorough and full of details that were new to me!
Feeling a little rusty with Google Drive? Brush up on your skills with this interactive tutorial. Lick provides your G suite account, you just need 10 minutes! What can you do with Drive? With Google Drive, you can upload and … Read More
Don’t know where to start with Google Slides? Learn the ropes with the link below.. Click here for a super quick tutorial, that will show you the basics! If you have a Google Slides presentation that you want … Read More