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Share Lesson Plans to Google Classroom

This feature is available to Chalk Gold subscribers and teachers whose schools are subscribed to the Instruction Solution. You will not have this option if you are a free user.

Lessons added to Google Classroom are added as a public link, and any saved changes made to the original lessons will be viewable by the students in your Google Classroom. Do not include information in your lesson plans that you do not want others to access.

Complete your Google Classroom setup before sharing lessons through your lesson planner.

You can share either single lessons, a day's worth of lessons, or a week's worth of lessons for all subjects to Google Classroom. If sharing a day or week's worth of lessons, you can select which subjects are visible by editing the public link settings for each given day or week.

  1. Navigate to the lessons you want to share.
    1. To share a single lesson: 
      1. Navigate to the lesson you wish to share to Google Classroom from any view in your planner.
      2. Open the lesson and click Options in the lesson editor. Then click Classroom.
    2. To share a full day of lessons: 
      1. Navigate to the day you wish to share to Google Classroom from the Day Planner.
      2. Click the Share button for the date, then click on Google Classroom. 
    3. To share a full week of lessons: 
      1. Navigate to the week you wish to share to Google Classroom from the Week Planner.
      2. Click the Share button for the date, then click on Google Classroom. 
  2. Select which type of post to make on Google Classroom from the Action field and add any additional information, such as the title or instructions for your post. Click Share to move on to the next step.
  3. In the dialog box, sign in to your Google Account with your credentials and click Next to continue.
  4. Select the class you want to share your lesson with from Choose Class.
  5. Edit the details of your Google Classroom post, such as the title and instructions, which students can see the post, or the due date and point total if you are posting your lesson as an assignment. Your lesson will be attached to the post under Materials.
  6. When you have finished entering the information you want to send to your Google Classroom, click Post.
    1. Alternatively, you can schedule your lesson to be posted at a particular time:
      1. Click on the three dots menu and choose Schedule.
      2. Select the date and time you want your lesson to be made available to your students, then click Schedule.

Your lesson is now posted to your Google Classroom. Students can click on the attached link to view the lesson in their browsers. Click the View button to open a browser tab to review your Google Classroom post.

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