Are you a teacher struggling to find where your students submitted works are in Google Classroom? Are you trying to figure out where you can check your student's work in your Google Classroom? You can stop worrying, this article will guide you step by step in figuring out where you can find your student's work in Google Classroom. If you don't already have your own Google Classroom you can learn how to make your own google classroom here.
How to check assignments in Google Classroom
Check Students Work in Google Classroom
Step-1 Open App: The first step to do is to open the Google Classroom app.
Find the app on your phone and click on the icon in order to open the Google Classroom app.
Step-2 Open Class: The next step is to open the Class.
After opening the Google Classroom app search for the class in which you want to check the students' work.
Once you find the class you are looking for click on it to open the class.
Step-3 Open assignment: After that open the assignment.
After opening the class you have to open the assignment for which you want to check the students' work.
To open the assignment, click on it once you find it.
Step-4 Click on Student: After opening the assignment click on the student's name.
Once you have opened the assignment you have to find the name of the student whose assignment you have to check.
Once you find the student click on their name.
Step-5 Check assignment: Check the assignment by clicking on it.
Once you click on the student's name it will take you to their submitted work.
Click on the submission to open it for checking.
Why Does it Show 'Handed in' Near Some Names and 'Missing' Near Other Names?
'Handed in' appears near the names of students who have already submitted their work.
Once past the due date, 'Missing' will appear near the names of students who have not yet submitted their work.
You can also identify students who submit their work past the due date by looking for names next to whom 'Handed in done late' would appear.
Why is 'Assigned' Seen Next to the Names of Some Students?
'Assigned' appears near the names of the students who have been assigned the work but have not yet submitted it.
Until the deadline/due date, if a student has been assigned work but has not yet submitted it, 'Assigned' will be seen next to their names
Can I Grade Students on Google Classroom?
You can evaluate the student's work and give them marks or points in the Google Classroom itself. These points/marks can later be converted into grades.
Can I Give Remarks to Students Through Google Classroom?
Yes, you can give remarks to students through Google Classroom by entering your remarks as private comments. Since these are private, no one other than the particular student would be able to see your remark/comment.