What is Class-E?

Class-E: The First Choice of One Million Users! Class-E was created by teachers to support best practices in teaching, a workspace that naturally improved student learning and engagement through its simplicity of function and design. A one-stop shop for all the teaching tools you love to use, integrated in a continuous, coherent learning process.

What is Google Classroom?

Google Classroom is your all-in-one place for teaching and learning. Our easy-to-use and secure tool helps educators manage, measure, and enrich learning experiences. Bring all your learning tools together and manage multiple classes in one central destination. Anyone in your school community can get up and running with Classroom in minutes.

Does Class-E integrate with Google Classroom?

The Class-E system seamlessly integrates with Google Classroom and provides an enhanced learning experience. Google partners around the world have already endorsed Class-E as a perfect fit for Google Classroom. The system fully interfaces from classroom synchronization to automatic grade transfer. Google Partner? Contact Us

What is classroom management?

Classroom Management Classroom management refers to the wide variety of skills and techniques that teachers use to keep students organized, orderly, focused, attentive, on task, and academically productive during a class.

What is Google Classroom and how does it work?

All files uploaded by teachers and students are stored in a Classroom folder on Google Drive. Users can access Classroom anytime, anywhere. Students no longer have to worry about crashed computers or hungry dogs. Classroom provides students with exposure to an online learning system.

How do I access Google Classroom on my computer?

Google Classroom can be accessed from any computer via Google Chrome or from any mobile device regardless of platform. All files uploaded by teachers and students are stored in a Classroom folder on Google Drive.

Do I need to update campus to integrate with Google Classroom?

(Campus Learning is our LMS thats seamlessly embedded within Campus SIS, with one login across the system.) Districts must be on at least Campus .2008 when they set up their credentials. Aside from that, no update to Campus is required for Google Classroom to display as an option in the Learning Interoperability vendor list.

How is Google Classroom different from other oneroster grading services?

Google is unique from other OneRoster Grading Services integrations in one way—Google does not populate Classroom with roster data (classes, teachers, students) from Infinite Campus. Updated roster data in Infinite Campus does not flow to Classroom.

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