Google Classroom Comments: All You Need to Know!
Class Comments for Whole Class Feedback and Communication
Enable Class Comments
Add a Class Comment (Teacher View)
Add a Class Comment (Student View)
Private Comments for Individual Student Feedback
I have seen a lot of teachers and students confused by the differences in class comments versus private comments. Private comments DO NOT appear in the stream. Private comments are just between the teacher and students.
Add a Private Comment (Student View)
View a Private Comment (Teacher View)
Discussion Questions in Google Classroom
Comments are NOT Answers to Discussion Questions
Did I miss anything? How do you use comments to communicate and collaborate in Google Classroom?
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