Seen a few ‘Tips’ floating around. So here’s mine – GoogleClassroom 👑 1. Use a G Form for a ‘do now’ task – You can reuse these in school by saving to PDF and printing (Life Safer!)✅— MrFallick (@MrFallickPE) January 3, 2021 2. Always create a blank G Doc for students to work on. As most children do not have Microsoft word. If a student can access G Suite they can use G docs. This allows you as MOS to review / check and add feedback easily (Use the feedback comment bank here to maximise time)✅— MrFallick (@MrFallickPE) January 3, 2021 3. Use Google meet for the live element of your lesson. Just create your meet room for the class in settings. You just then copy and paste these link into assignments for students to access This might be for 10/20 mins. Make sure this will add value to your lesson. ✅— MrFallick (@MrFallickPE) January 3, 2021 4. Clearly package your assignment so students can follow easily. Include a success criteria and assessment framework. Example for a type of structureDo Now – G Form Task 1 Online Video Task 2Video / Live Lesson Task 3 Recap – G Form End of Lesson ✅— MrFallick (@MrFallickPE) January 3, 2021 5. If using a presentation make sure you share as view only! If you have slides with tasks on make sure you create a copy for everyone. Students can work on this in real time to you presenting. You can oversee feedback at the end. ✅— MrFallick (@MrFallickPE) January 3, 2021 6. Invite parents to join the classroom. Clear lines of communication are so important and if used correctly can be very powerful with supporting students at home. Don’t over do the notifications though and remember you’re not the only teacher for this student. ✅— MrFallick (@MrFallickPE) January 3, 2021 7. Never forget to praise and reward excellent effort. It can be easy to not do this. Emails to parents, positive points sharing excellent work on the Google classroom for others to see. Sharing with HOD / HOF / SLTPositivity breeds positivity! ✅— MrFallick (@MrFallickPE) January 3, 2021 8. Create a folder for all the outstanding work you are sent in to be copied and kept. This is very useful for modelling and can be used when students are back in school. You can also use this to moderate work with other colleagues in school. ✅— MrFallick (@MrFallickPE) January 3, 2021 9. Manage those notifications carefully! Make it work for you and your students. It can be overwhelming at times the number of emails you get. ✅— MrFallick (@MrFallickPE) January 3, 2021 10. Working smarter not harder! You can re-use assignments, documents for other classes. You can set the same tasks for multiple classes at the same time! 👻Never delete anything from your classroom folder as it can be nightmare to get back! ✅— MrFallick (@MrFallickPE) January 3, 2021 Tags: classroom, Google Share This Post Written by @PE4Learning Founder of PE4Learning - Sharing Creative PE Ideas and Resources Previous Article@PE_Hill Gymnastics – Routines at RandomNext ArticleNETFLEX SEND from @SimonRoadleyPE You May Also Like Using Form Publisher in PhysEd | Performance Analysis Portfolio Google Apps from @MrAdamPE 17th December 2017 GClassroom4PE – BRINGING EXAMINATION PE TOGETHER by @MrAdamPE 13th June 2017 The Teacher in Classroom 21 @The_EverLearner 23rd May 2018 Education Reimagined from The EverLearner & myPEexam 6th June 2017 Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.