Taking Attendance in Google Classroom
PD Account Manager / PD Specialist
News on April 06 2021
Google Classroom is a wonderful tool for creating and running a digital classroom. There are many great features built into Google Classroom including assigning work easily, posting announcements, and grading and returning student work. However, one feature that is not natively built into Google Classroom is the ability to take daily attendance.
In this blog we’ll look at a simple but effective method for taking daily attendance in Google Classroom. This is a very easy process to set up and implement and is a more practical and effective method than counting faces or looking at a chat box on a Zoom or Google meeting.
One of the features available to teachers using Google Classroom is the ability to ask a question. The question can be formed as a short answer or multiple choice question and can be graded or ungraded.
Here are the steps you can use to take daily attendance in Google Classroom using the question feature:
For more information and tips on how to use questions and other features of Google Classroom, be sure to check out our OTIS for educators PD course Introduction to Google Classroom.
For more tips, tricks, and tools for teaching in and out of the classroom, check out more articles on the Teq Talk blog.
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Teq is an experienced Google for Education Partner. If your school is purchasing G Suite Enterprise for Education or Chromebooks, you may be eligible to receive free PD from Teq as part of the Google Service Offer program.