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Students/Families - Google Resources

 

GCCISD Student Account Information

  • Email = first 3 letters of the first name, followed by the entire last name, followed by the last 3 digits of the student ID#, followed by @student.gccisd.net
  • Password = birthday in MMDDYYYY format

 

Example:

  • Student name = John Adams, student ID# = 123987, birthday = January 14, 1995
  • Email = johadams987@student.gccisd.net
  • Password = 01141995

 

All Student email accounts are listed in TEAMS under Student Information. 

 

graphic displaying the student Google account information

 

 

If you have multiple people using ONE computer, please watch this video on how to manage multiple Google Accounts.

Google Classroom is for 3rd to 12th grade students.


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    This video will show you how to use Google Classroom on a computer.

     

     

     

     

Google Classroom is for 3rd to 12th grade students.

 

REMEMBER! Update your Google Classroom app regularly by going to Self Service and then tapping REINSTALL next to the Google Classroom app.

 

Account Options

Learn how to log into the Google Classroom iPad app, add multiple Google Acocunts, switch accounts, & log out of Google Accounts.

Default App Settings

Learn how to change default app settings in Google Classroom so websites load using Safari and mail uses the default Mail app.

 

To-Do

Learn how to check and see which assignments are due, missing, turned in, or graded by course name.

Refreshing Content

Learn how to refresh content in the Google Classroom app so you see the latest material.

 

 

Stream Overview

This video shows an overview of how to use the Stream.

Classwork Overview

Learn how to navigate the Classwork section.

 

 

Classwork Materials

Learn how to access Materials in Google Classroom.

Classwork Questions - Multiple Choice

Learn how to answer Multiple Choice Questions in Google Classroom.

 

 

Classwork Questions - Short Answer

Learn how to answer Short Answer Questions and reply to classmates (if available) in Google Classroom.

Classwork Assignments - Quiz

Learn how to complete a Quiz Assignment.

 

 

Classwork Assignments - Your Work

Learn how to access the Your Work area of an assignment to access any files created for you and add your own attachments.

Classwork Assignments - Comments

Learn about the different types of comments in Google Classroom, including class and private comments..

 

 

Classwork Assignments -Adding Attachments

Learn how to add your own attachments to an assignment.

Classwork Assignments - Finding Deleted Work

Learn how find deleted attachments from work and re-attach them to an assignment for submission.

 

 

Classwork Assignments - Unsubmitting
Work

Learn how to unsubmit your assignment to make changes and resubmit work back to your teacher.

Classwork Assignments - Google Docs, Sheets, Slides

Learn how to open Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides your teacher has assigned you. How to make changes and then submit for a grade.

 

 

Classwork Assignments - Google
Jamboard

Learn how to open a Google Jamboard your teacher has assigned you. How to make changes and then submit for a grade.

Classwork Assignments - PDF (editing in Google Classroom)

Learn how to open a PDF your teacher has assigned you, how to make changes and write on the PDF in Google Classroom, and then submit for a grade.

 

 

Classwork Assignments - PDF (editing in Files)

Learn how to open a PDF your teacher has assigned you, then send it to the Files app to make changes and write on the PDF in Files, and then submit for a grade.

Classwork Assignments - PDF (editing in Notability for High School Students)

Learn how to open a PDF your teacher has assigned you, then send it to the Notability app to make changes and write on the PDF in Notability, and then submit for a grade.

 

 

Classwork Assignments - Apple Files (Pages, Keynote, Numbers)

Learn how to open Apple Files (Pages, Keynote, or Numbers) your teacher has assigned you. How to make changes and then submit for a grade.

 

This video will walk you through how to share files in Google Drive.