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Google's 'Classroom' Helps Students and Teachers Communicate

Google introduces 'Classroom' to help students and teachers communicate

'Classroom' will help students and teachers communicate in and out of the classroom, making assignments easier. 

Google has launched 'Classroom,' a new platform to help teachers and students communicate better, as well as make, collect and track classroom assignments. The app is part of Google's Apps for Education line which uses Docs, Drive and Gmail to make assignments in and out of the classroom easier to maintain, reported TechCrunch. 

Google Classroom is invite-only and incorporates communication tools that let teachers "make announcements, ask questions and field student responses in real-time," says the article. The app is free and won't display ads or use the data that moves within the platform, according to its new policy announced in April 2014

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

 

 

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