First try these things: -clear out the browser cache -log out of the Google account -disconnect the account from the browser -login to the Google account again -verify the username and password
I have used Google Classroom for almost 2 years, and am having sporadic problems this year. I have certain students who are unable to attach files to posted assignments. Students choose files and click Upload, but nothing attaches to the classroom post. The files will upload to Drive, but do not actually attach to the post.
Do your students report a "Drive File" error AND they haven't moved the file or deleted it? Watch this.
Create a new file (if required). If you need to enter your work into a new Google app document, such as into Google Sheets, you can do so from the Add or create menu as well. Just select the Google app you want to use to create your assignment (Docs, Slides, Sheets, or Drawings).Then, click the new file and enter or paste your work into the file.
Archiving a GoGuardian Classroom that has been synced with a Google Classroom will not allow the Google Classroom to be re-imported with a new roster of students. If this is the case, restore the archived classroom, then import the new students by clicking the "Sync Students From Google" button on the "Students" tab. Scenario 2: Another teacher
Mr. Parker gives a quick demonstration on how to attach a non-Google file (like a video file, PowerPoint, or Word document) to a Google Classroom assignment
@phoebefennell_d ,. I did some testing based of what @kona wrote and here's what's happening.. If a teacher restricts the file upload types to doc, then nothing will show up in the Google Docs tab.This is what you're seeing. If a teacher restricts the file upload types to docx, then you will get a list of files in the Google Docs tab.; If a teacher restricts the file …
Understanding File Attachments in Google Classroom. When you attach a file to an assignment in Google Classroom, there are three options you can choose from: Students can view file, Students can edit file, and Make a copy for each student. These settings dictate how students can interact with the file once the assignment is posted.
How to upload a document/picture/video to . Google Classroom . Step 1: Steps from your . PHONE (*iPhone app ONLY) * (See page 4 of this document for the Android app) Assuming you have downloaded the . Google Classroom app, open it and go to your class. (If you haven’t, do so, it’s FREE!) Step 2:
When you go to your assignment, on the right hand side where the submission panel is you should have "Add/Create" and when you click that you should have a little paperclip. Click that, and you should get an upload option. 4. level 2. IAmSaahir26. Op · 1y. I clicked that paperclip icon but it still opens google drive which i do not want it to do.
This happens when you are uploading a large file or have a slow connection. Audio, video, and media rich PowerPoint presentations can result in large files. Still Having Problems?
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On our MacBook Airs when students try to upload any file type directly through Google Classroom it never loads. However, they can upload the file to Google Drive then select that file in Google Classroom assignment through the Google Drive. So it's basically an added step. They could upload through GC last year.
If a teacher restricts the file upload types to doc, then nothing will show up in the Google Docs tab. This is what you're seeing. If a teacher restricts the file upload types to docx, then you will get a list of files in the Google Docs tab. If a teacher restricts the file upload and allows both doc,docx then you will get a list of Google Docs.
Teachers do not have access to the student class folder. Students do not have access to the teacher class folder. Adding files to the class folder does not share the file. The class folder in Google Drive is a regular folder in Google Drive. It is private.
Now, organize your Google Drive and save the file in the appropriate classroom folder. Click “File” and select “Move to folder” in the drop-down menu. Select the appropriate folder in this dialogue box that appears. Double-click a folder to open it. Click to select the right folder, then click “Move” to save the document there.