A quick and easy way for an educator to check progress on work is for a learner to take a screenshot and upload it to a Google Classroom Assignment. The screenshot can be taken using Windows’ Snipping Tool and added to the Assignment as a Google Drawing.
The steps below are for the completion of a PAT mini-checkpoint that I created as an Assignment to gain visibility on my learners’ progress in their Phase 1 reports:
- Open your Phase 1 Word report
- Hide the Word ribbon and zoom out so that the entire Table of Contents is visible on the screen
- Use the Snipping Tool to screenshot the entire Table of Contents
- Open the Google Classroom Assignment
- Click the Add or Create button and select Drawing at the bottom of the menu list
- A new Google Drawing will be attached to your Assignment
- Click on the attached Google Drawing to open it in a new tab
- Paste (right-click and select Paste or use CNTRL+V) the screenshot onto the canvas in the Google Drawing
- The Google Drawing will save automatically
- Close the tab with the Google Drawing
- Submit your Assignment
Remember: if you need to change your Assignment in any way after it has been submitted, follow the steps in the post: Re-submitting an Assignment in Google Classroom.