Graphic with Part 3: To-Do page

Google Classroom using NVDA/JAWS Part 3

Step-by-step video tutorial series for educators, students and families!

Google Classroom is a free service which teachers use to send assignments, communicate with students and to monitor individual student progress. In one month (March – April, 2020) Google Classroom users doubled to over 100 million users as schools began to shut down due to COVID-19. With remote instruction, online classes, and hybrid classes, many students with visual impairments are also using or learning to use Google Classroom to access their coursework – including students who rely on NVDA or JAWS.

This video tutorial series provides step-by-step instruction on how to navigate and use Google Classroom with NVDA or JAWS. In the previous Google Classroom posts, April Bahl (SixDotMath) shared:

Videos in Part 1:

Videos In Part 2:

This post will share the next two videos, covering the To-Do Page and View Your Work Page.

The To-Do Page has three tabs: Assigned, Missing and Done.

 The View Your Work is a special page specific to one class – all the classwork that is assigned, returned or missing for that one class. On the View Your Work page, there are four filters: All, Assigned, Returned and Missing – this refers to assignments only in this specific class.

Below is Google Classroom Using NVDA/JAWS Video 7: To-Do Page

Below is Google Classroom Using NVDA/JAWS Video 8: View Your Work

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