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Classwork Zoom for Google Classroom™

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Extension for Google Classroom™

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Description from store NOTE: Classwork Zoom is completely unrelated to Zoom and offers no video conferencing software. Classwork Zoom is a data visualization tool that visualizes student work in a scrollable and zoomable timeline. Check us out on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ClassworkZoom Classwork Zoom is a missing piece in the puzzle of student effort and engagement. It can help you answer questions like... - Are my students engaged in the work that I've assigned? - Are they managing their time? - Are they doing their own work in individual assignments? - Are they contributing evenly enough in group work? Have you ever gone through the revision history in Google Docs (or Sheets, Slides, Sites, or Drawings)? There's so much information there, but it's tedious to dig it out for even a single document of any size, and it's too inefficient to examine it for the work of a whole class. Classwork Zoom takes those many kinds of information from the revision history and visualizes them in a timeline, making it immensely faster and easier to understand and actually use it in decisions to benefit your classes. Not just for a single document -- for a whole class at once! Just select the assignment(s) you want to add, and you can see all of the work visualized, including a hover preview of comments, suggestions, and text that may have been pasted. Note: Classwork Zoom visualizes information about (1) student work in Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drawings that is assigned (2) through Google Classroom, including (3) assignment deadlines from the class calendar. Of course, in order to display all this information, the extension needs permission to access (1) files in Google Drive, (2) your Classroom classes, and (3) the class calendar. You can see a clear explanation for all required permissions here in the Privacy Policy: https://classworkzoom.com/terms#permissions As a teacher, I designed Classwork Zoom with a teacher's needs in mind, and my enthusiasm for it is based on how much it has truly helped me with my classes. The bottom line is that when you can clearly SEE student effort, then you are in a far better position to cultivate it, encourage it, build it, fuel it, nurture it. Let's say that using Classwork Zoom you discover that your students have a time management problem, always doing their work at the last second. If you then make an attempt to address that problem, you don't have to just hope or guess that the situation improves, and you don't have to check your students' documents one-by-one to see if your efforts paid off. Just build a timeline of the next assignment and see if their habits are changing. Did it work? Great! Or if not, you can try something else, and you will KNOW whether it made a difference :) "I feel like I was in the dark about what my students were doing, and Classwork Zoom turned the light on." -English teacher "Now it's so easy to see when there's an imbalance in group work. I honestly don't think I could get by without it anymore." -Physics teacher "HOLY CRAP." -Chemistry teacher The best times are when Classwork Zoom tells you that things are going right. Based on the amount, times, and types of activity shown, everyone is doing their fair share in group work, managing their time well, staying focused in class time, meeting deadlines, and steering clear of academic dishonesty. But when things go wrong, Classwork Zoom is the go-to tool for a quick look at the situation, and it often solves these problems in seconds. "My son/daughter worked on the essay all weekend." - Classwork Zoom can quickly help to establish whether or not this was the case. I don't personally show it to students, but parents are consistently blown away when they see their child's work (or lack thereof) displayed on a timeline. "I did all the work in my group!" or "____ isn't doing any work in the group!" - You just won't believe how easy it is to pull up a breakdown of the percentage of keystrokes contributed by each editor of a shared document or alternatively view the breakdown of the amount of editing time spent by each editor (since not all valuable contributions can be measured in keystrokes). "I did all of my own work!" - Classwork Zoom draws attention to possible pasting, letting you hover over it in the timeline to see what was pasted in case it looks like something you need to investigate further. - If an unassigned editor makes changes to your students' work, Classwork Zoom draws your attention to that fact. - Even if a student removes a potentially suspicious document from a Google Classroom assignment, in most cases it can still be detected and analyzed by Classwork Zoom. - If a student turns in work that contains suggestions by others (using the Suggestion mode in Google Docs), Classwork Zoom makes it clear how much of the document consists of suggestions by another user. Google Classroom is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions.

Latest reviews

  • (2020-10-13) UXC Gamer: Absolutely loved it! It gave me new insights into my students activity! Data is always helpful to drive instruction.
  • (2020-08-14) krushnaa bhandare: good
  • (2020-03-24) Sandra Luz Vasquez Castro: Considero que complementa lo que ya se trabaja en classroom y facilita calificar yverificar que los alumnos se encuentren trabajando desde sus casas. Gracias..
  • (2020-03-17) Alex McMillan: Absolutely loved it! It gave me new insights into my students activity! Data is always helpful to drive instruction. Three things that jumped out to me immediately were (1) students who hadn't spend much time on their work, (2) students who had spent way too much time on their work, (3) students who might have received help from another person or pasted a large amount of text. Definitely would recommend getting the upgrade for anyone using Google Classroom regularly.
  • (2019-10-14) Andrew Hartley: Excellent extension. Gives you a real behind the scences insight into how students are working.
  • (2019-03-29) Wayne Hall: Just downloaded the extension after hearing about it on a podcast. PLayed with it for a couple of my classes really impressed. Can definitely use this to highlight who is working and who isn't. Good interface that's easy to move around.

Latest issues

  • (2020-09-05, v:0.2.180) Helen Ligh: Turned in Date
    Hello - Does the timeline show when that specific assignment is turned in or only when and how long the student worked on it? Thank you.
  • (2020-09-02, v:0.2.180) Liz Foley: Browsing history?
    Hi Eric, Why does this add-on need access to my browser history? I'm hesitant to recommend this to my colleagues.
  • (2020-08-19, v:0.2.172) Joseph Godette: Joseph Godette Subscriber to ZOOM
    I made a mistake selecting Class room Zoom instead i need to connect with a class room on Saturday that why i am down loading this App i am not a school teacher i am a employee for a company and i am doing training on Zoom with them on saturday i really need this.
  • (2020-05-07, v:0.2.130) jane Gaines: zoom
    this app is for teacher i need info to cancel
  • (2020-05-07, v:0.2.130) jane Gaines: zoom
    i just subscribed but this app is just for teachers. i cant find contact info to cancel my subscription. please send info so i can cancel
  • (2020-04-19, v:0.2.115) Vinay M: Steps to Use this extension
    I have installed this extension , but let me know how it works ?
  • (2020-04-12, v:0.2.107) Haley Qin: Does it work with videos I post on google classroom?
    Hello, will this be able to show me how many views I receive on the videos I post on google classroom under "materials"?
  • (2020-04-06, v:0.2.107) 2C Classroom Susi Rodiah: pertanyaan
    mohon untuk arahannya bagaimana cara menggunakan classwork untuk ulangan harian?


30,000 history
4.1 (7 votes)
Last update / version
2021-12-16 / 0.2.249
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