Getting Started with Google Classroom
When using Google Classroom, Shiner ISD would STRONGLY encourage students to use a laptop or Chromebook, and to access Google Classroom via a web browser. Apps are convenient, but they're not full-featured, and sometimes that can cause problems for students.
When using Google Classroom on a device at home, one thing to keep in mind is that you might already be signed into your personal Google account on your device. Google should prompt you to "choose an account", but it it doesn't, you might need to click on your profile icon and click on the "add another account" button when following the steps below**
First of all, accessing Google Classroom is a lot easier than it sounds. Click here to check out a video walkthrough on accessing and using Google Classroom from your web browser (Chrome, Edge, Firefox, etc).
Click here for a list of Google Classroom Codes sorted by school and teacher, as mentioned in the video above, if you don't see classes in your list that you know you should be a part of.
**update** Click here to check out a video walkthrough of accessing assignments and submitting those assignments to your teacher in Google Classroom.
In closing, Google Classroom is going to be a great tool for learning during this trying time, but like anything that's new, there will be a few bumps along the way. We're all learning new things throughout this process, so let's work together to learn from each other. If you have any questions, concerns, or comments, please feel free to reach out to us via facebook, twitter, our webpage, or email John Thurmond and we'll be glad to help you.