Our college use Google classroom as learning management system (LMS), course management system (CMS), or student information system
For teachers and students, the education-friendly platform Google Classroom brings the benefits of paperless sharing and digital collaboration to classrooms. Because it’s a fairly flexible platform, we use its features in a lot of different ways. Teachers use Google Classroom mainly for,
1)To manage classes.
The platform integrates with Google’s other tools like Docs, Drive, and Calendar, so there are lots of built-in “shortcuts” for classroom-management tasks. For example, if teachers post an assignment with a due date, it’s automatically added to the class calendar for your students to see.
2) Digitally organize, distribute, and collect assignments, course materials, and student work. We teachers post assignment to multiple classes or modify and reuse assignments from year to year.
3) Communicate with students about their classwork. Teachers use this platform to post announcements and reminders about assignments, and it’s easy to see who has or hasn’t completed their work. We also check in with individual students privately, answer their questions, and offer support.
4)Used to conduct quizzes Within Google Classroom, it’s possible to use Google Forms to create and share quizzes that are automatically graded as students turn them in