Google has rolled out an update to its Education app that improves the experience for teachers, students and parents of online students.
The new update for Education is available in the U.S. for all users of the Google Education mobile app.
It adds an option to view and review teachers’ and students’ course notes and quizzes.
It also adds a new “tutorials” section for students to complete on their own, with links to videos, quizzes and lessons that can be used for further learning.
In addition, it adds a section to the “Education” menu for students, called “Tutorials,” where they can find a list of other videos, lessons and quizzues that are available on their device.
There are also new tabs in the navigation bar to view teacher notes and tutorials, and to see the number of completed quizzes that have been graded.
Google also added a new button to the bottom of the education menu that lets users check out a specific lesson and teacher’s notes.
This is the same button that is available for parents, which lets them review and see teacher’s and student’s lessons and notes.
Teachers and students can now view all their completed quizzues and notes in a single spot in the “Tasks” tab.
Teacher notes and lessons are now visible in the tab bar, as well as their grade level.
Google has also included a new tab called “Teacher Notes” that lets parents view all of their students’ teacher notes in one place.
The company has also added new sections to the Education menu for parents to review their students, such as “Parenting Tips” and “Teaching the Future.”
There are new tabs that allow parents to view all the student work and quizze in the new “Talks” section of the Education app.
Teaching students in the classroom can also be a time-consuming process, as teachers are tasked with taking notes and grading students.
For the Google app, teachers are now given a chance to review all their students in a similar way, with an option for teachers to review student work in one section.
Teaches also have a new option to mark their students as “ready to go” in the same section, as opposed to a “check in” for students.
Finally, parents can view all student lessons and videos in the Education tab and also review their grades in a separate tab called the “Parental Feedback” section.
The Google Education update for the Google Mobile app adds a number of new features.
The app also includes a new Learning tab, called the Apps and Services menu, that lets you search for Google services and apps, such an in-app search and an improved mobile analytics feature.
For students, the app now includes a number more personalized learning content and quizzecodes, as students are now able to find quizzes, lesson plans and other resources through Google’s search.
Students can also access the Learning tab from the app to create, edit and share quizzes for their students.
Teachings can also now be viewed in the YouTube app.
The updated Google Education updates are available to all users who are running the Google Apps and services on Google Education, Google Play, iOS and Android.
The app is free for users in the United States and Canada, and is available on both iOS and Google Play.