When you find a free or paid template that is in Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Sheets, or Google Drawings, do you know how to save that to your Google Drive and assign it in Google Classroom? This video will show you how to use Google templates and assign in Google Classroom.
There are free lesson plans, choice boards, and other activity templates floating all over the web. Many, are found right here on this blog!
But many users don’t know how to save the template to their Google Drive, or how to properly assign in Google Classroom.
My inbox is full of “request to edit access” emails EVERY. SINGLE. DAY.
Here’s the catch. You DON’T need editing rights in order to use these templates, edit them to fit the needs of your students, and post as an assignment in Google Classroom.
You just need to click on File>Make a Copy, or click on the “Use Template” button.
Below is a video I created to show you the different types of variations you may see, how to save it, and how to assign it in Google Classroom.
How to Use Google Templates and Assign in Google Classroom
Here’s the blog post mentioned in this video, and where you can access all the templates: Interactive Choice Boards with G Suite.
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