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Google Classroom Using NVDA/JAWS Part 5

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

Google Classroom enables teachers to create an online classroom space that enables educators to simply creating, distributing, and grading assignments.

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:

Videos in Part 3:

Videos in Part 4:

This post will share the next two videos, both of which cover the Google Classroom Questions.

There are two types of Questions in Google Classroom: Multiple Choice and Short Answer. Multiple Choice questions have a selection of radio buttons from which you select one answer. Short answer questions have a field in which you can type short answers to the question.

Below is video 12: Google Classroom using NVDA/JAWS: Questions 1

The second Google Classroom Questions video, which discusses the Discussion Details page.
Below is video 13: Google Classroom using NVDA/JAWS: Questions 2

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