Using Google Classroom with Actively Learn can help manage class rosters, and centralize where you share assignments with students.
To use Google Classroom with Actively Learn, teachers and students both need to create Actively Learn accounts using their school Google Accounts.
Note: Popup blockers can prevent you from being able to import your classes correctly. Be sure to disable your popup blocker or allow popups from activelylearn.com to ensure a smooth import!
Note: If you are not the original creator of the course in Google Classroom, you can not import that course and roster to Actively Learn. However, once the original creator has imported the class into Actively Learn, you can be invited to co-teach for access.
Students will first need to create an Actively Learn account by signing up with their school Google Account. Students should use the "Sign Up With Google" button when creating a student account.
To see who has successfully joined your Actively Learn class, visit your class roster.
Is your Actively Learn roster out of date? Did you have students join or leave your Google Classroom course after you imported your roster?
When you assign a text to a class in Actively Learn it's automatically saved as a draft in that particular class in Classroom. To assign a draft in Classroom:
Once a text is assigned you can view the student progress by going to the "Work" page.
Add the grades earned by students in Actively Learn to assignments in Classroom
You can re-sync Grades with Classroom at any point.
You can re-sync your Gradebook at any point to reflect changes in the Grade.
This might have happened if you had signed up with your personal gmail account or a non-school gmail account. You can fix this by changing your email to your school Google Account: Updating email to Google login
Your School's 'Google Apps for Education Administrator' will need to enable classroom data access: https://support.google.com/edu/classroom/answer/6250906.
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