It's a new year but, we're still doing what we do best: turning your requests into brand-new features. This time, we're excited to unveil Google Classroom assignments in Screencastify Submit.
Create assignments in Google Classroom
As usual, you’ll start by choosing a recording type (you can even choose our newest option: screen AND webcam recordings). Then, you’ll give your assignment a name and instructions. But now: all of the assignment details will appear on Google Classroom 🤯.
You can even customize your assignment to meet the diverse needs of your students.
🏫 Differentiate based on classes and students
All of your students are on different paths to mastery. The new integration makes it easy to honor that by assigning different tasks to different students.
Remember: since everything is saved on Google Classroom, you’ll have a clean record of who has been assigned what and an easy way to watch all of your student videos.
🏃♂️ Grade in a flash
When you create assignments, you’ll be able to assign point values and due dates. Assigning grades later should be a breeze.
If you’re hoping to have students complete a formative assessment with no grade, that’s possible too!
✅ Provide feedback
We’re HUGE fans of relevant feedback. And, this new integration makes it easier than ever to give your students feedback on the videos they submit.
Since videos are saved to Google Classroom, you can include any of the different types of comments: class comments (to address common misconceptions), private comments (for personalized comments aimed at individual students), or you can grab a few comments from your comment bank.
And, of course, you can always include video comments with Screencastify Record.
Related: How to set up Google Classroom and tips for success
👀 Looking for a few ways to use this new integration?
There are so many ways to use Screencastify Submit to engage your students. Here are a few of our favorite assignments. If you love video (because honestly, who doesn’t?), check out our free certification course for more ideas and a complete rundown of how to use Submit.