Modern technology has made major strides in education, and Google’s latest advancement is no exception. The search giant just launched its Classroom app, which enables students to submit their homework via their smartphones.
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The new Classroom app is compatible with iOS and Android operating systems. The app lets users take pictures of their completed assignments. When it is installed on a phone, the app prompts the user for a list of apps to share from another program. A user can upload a PDF file from Google Drive or a drawing from an art app. It also caches contents right at launch to help teachers access students’ homework offline.
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It offers a Classroom for desktop as well, which shows teachers a list of assignments. This will give them a clearer view of what has been reviewed and what hasn’t. The new app also archives classes. There is no need for students or teachers to scroll through classes when they can find the most relevant information. Teachers can archive a class to remove it from the hom