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Google Classroom Tutorial: How-To Open Google Classroom, Complete Homework, and Turn It In -Desktop

Have you struggled with turning in homework through Google Classroom? I must admit, I did to. I kept trying and here’s a tutorial of what I did to help my sons.

How To open Google Classroom:

  1. Navigate to the School’s Portal. Enter the login that the school provided, click Go.

  2. Select the Google Classroom app. (all class will open)n

  3. Choose the class that has homework due.

Complete Homework in Google Classroom

  1. Select the homework assignment.

  2. Read the teacher’s instructions.

  3. Select the document that the teacher uploaded.(the document will pop up in a new window).

  4. Click the 3 dots at the top right corner, a menu will open, choose “Open in new Window”

  5. In the new window, click the triangle that’s located at the top, choose “Open with Doc Hub”

  6. Your homework is now editable. Use the toolbar at the top of the page to complete the homework.

    • The A button is for typing.

    • The Pen tool is used for drawing.

    • The Highlighter tool is used to highlight certain text or objects.

    • The eraser tool is for erasing mistakes.

How To Turn in Homework in Google Classroom

  1. Once the homework is completed, click the button that has 3lines and an arrow, that’s located in the upper right hand corner.

  2. Choose “Send/Share” (a window will open)

  3. Tap the clipboard to copy the link. Press “X” to close the window.

  4. Navigate back to the Google Classroom Homework tab.

  5. In the “Your Work” box select “Add or Create”, click “Link”(a new window will open).Right click, scroll to “Paste”, then select “Add Link”.

  6. Lastly click the “Turn In” button to turn in homework.

*Note* Sometimes the documents automatically update as the homework is being completed, therefore you don’t have to copy the link and paste it. Double check to see if there’s already a link in the “Your Work” tab. Click the link to verify if your changes were made.

I hope I was able to help!!! Google Classroom can be tricky. For more details Google has a full Tutorial on the Google Classroom! Click here to find out more:

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