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rosieteaches 10-08-2020 04:48 PM

How to Sync ReadWords Classroom and Google Classroom
 
This is a journey, and a slow one, coordinating my fourth grade Google Classroom with so many platforms. Do we call ReadWorks a platform?

It took me forever with Khan Academy last month, and I failed with ReadWorks this week. My students joined ReadWorks successfully but I don't get the assignments sent to Google Classroom. Magically I did last spring during DL. I don't know how it magically happened. Does anyone have insight I can use to make the adjustment?

Thanks Pro Teacher community for your continued support during this challenging time.

readerleader 10-09-2020 06:50 AM

Readworks
 
I used Readworks remotely with my students in the spring. It works beautifully with google classroom. Readworks offers a webinar that explains everything. They are also very responsive to emails. Did you sync Readworks and your classroom?

Tulips 10-09-2020 06:13 PM

ReadWorks
 
I didn't know you could sync them! Gamechanger!! I used it sparingly, because I would have to transfer the grades to paper and then transfer it to my gradebook. Going to look for their webinar now. Thanks!

rosieteaches 10-11-2020 04:28 PM

It's all about video watching
 
Oh I fought madly about watching a video for every tech problem I have encountered since March. I'm still fighting, but I found the right one to help me sync ReadWorks to my Google Classroom. Tomorrow's problem--syncing myView (SAVVAS) to my Google Classroom. Exhausting!

Twenty-four fourth graders--12 Distance Learners, 12 In Person and one teacher who needs to learn tech one video at a time!

Any tips?


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