Google Workspace for Education
Creating a simple and easy-to-use cloud classroom for teachers and students
An all-in-one platform for better learning, teaching, and communicating
As teaching transitions from offline to online, the paper assignments and exams of the past become online work performed over Google Classroom and Google Workspace collaboration tools. Students can use Google Meet and Google Chat as channels to raise questions and engage in group discussions, while teachers can use Google Calendar to arrange meetings and schedules. Microfusion can help educators in introducing Google Workspace for Education, provide secure remote video teaching, collaboration, and communication kits, paperless classrooms, and create a comprehensive digital teaching system with innovative thinking!
Use Google Forms and Classroom to easily create exam, give assignments, and manage classes
Google Classroom integrates Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Gmail, and Google Calendar to create a paperless classroom. Through the Google Assignments tool in Google Classroom, teachers can grade assignments, make suggestions, and give scores and textual feedback for assignments and reports submitted by students. That way, students can clearly understand what needs to be corrected. Teachers can also check the student contacts in Google Classroom, confirm submission of homework, and notify students when they need to submit reports. You can also easily create multiple-choice quizzes using Google Forms, and automatically export test results to a Google spreadsheet through the grading function, analyze which questions have a high error rate, and focus on those things on which students do not have a good grasp.
Google Meet and Google Chat makes online learning more engaging
Google Meet presents users with a simple interface and a “raise hand” button that allows teachers to see students raise their hands to ask questions in class The “breakout rooms” function can help students break into smaller groups to discuss work within the same cloud classroom, just like communicating in groups in a physical classroom. Teachers can also can also record class content and automatically save it to the cloud drive Teachers can also use the saved content to track student attendance and course progress (*This function is only provided for certain editions)Users can engage in real-time one-on-one conversations and group text communications on Google Chat. Users can share files from Google Cloud, engage in discussions, and collaborate using Google Chat.
Use Google Calendar and Keep to set up class schedules and create to-do lists to keep track of progress
Still worrying about how to arrange class schedules, activities, and faculty meetings? Is that desktop full of post-it notes bothering you? Using Google Calendar, you can view the schedules of your colleagues, which greatly shortens the time spent on repeated confirmation and coordination when arranging itineraries. That way, teachers can put their attention on what matters—teaching. Use Keep as a notepad to organize your to-dos and new thoughts in an orderly manner; set event deadline reminders to help teachers keep track of work progress.
Admins can control multiple accounts simultaneously through the dashboard, saying goodbye to complex account settings.
IT administrators can use Google Admin to control the security settings of all accounts at once. You can also set access levels of shared folders through the Cloud Drive to manage and secure data.
Basic settings include administrator assignment settings, account management, group mailbox and permissions settings, primary domain and secondary/sub-domain management, etc. In advanced settings, admins can also set advanced mobile device rules and data loss prevention (DLP) rules through the backend. By using the Privacy & Security Center to view in-depth analysis of data, you can understand the sharing of external files, and lock access to internal users’ spam and malicious software.
Google’s rigorous security measures allow you to concentrate on teaching in an information-secure environment
Google Workspace for Education complies with a number of strict compliance standards, including ISO/IEC 27018:2014 (data standards), the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and the Student Privacy Pledge proposed by the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF), etc., to ensure that teachers and students participate in a secure environment.
Google Workspace for Education Editions
Google Workspace for Education provides a variety of solutions. Microfusion can help you import these solutions according to your needs: