All the Learning.com curriculum that can be assigned to Google Classroom can be found in the Learning.com Catalog.
When choosing curriculum, be sure to note the score types, which can be filtered as you search. Automatically graded items, such as Lessons, will send a grade directly to your Google Classroom gradebook. Discussions and Activities are manually graded items because the teacher will need to enter a score. Finally, Application Exercises are mixed graded items because the teacher has several options, including giving students a participation score or determining a grade based on a rubric.
Once you have selected a Lesson that you want to assign to students, click on the ‘Share to Google Classroom’ button.
A new window will open for you to sign-in (if not already) and select the class you want to share the assignment to.
*Note: The first time you assign Learning.com curriculum you will be asked to allow Learning.com to access your account.
‘Save as Draft’
Clicking on the drop-menu arrow next to ‘Assign’ will allow teachers to select ‘Save as Draft’. This will save the item as a draft in your Google Classroom, allowing you to make changes to or schedule the assignment before it is visible to students
What to Avoid
- The 'Copy Link' button on the Learning.com Catalog is only for sharing the URL of that specific catalog page.
*Note: This link cannot be copied into your Google Classroom to assign the item
- Assignments posted in Google Classroom cannot be copied from one Google Classroom to another. Copying assignments from one classroom to another will result in the item not scoring. Each Learning.com item must be assigned from the catalog, for each class.