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Google Classroom Using NVDA/JAWS Part 6

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:

Videos in Part 5: 

This post will share the last three videos, covering Materials Details, Class and Private Comments, and Google Classroom Settings.

Video 14 will explore using the materials resources posted by the teacher.

Video 15 explores how to add a class comment or a private comment.

The final video, video 16, explores the Settings page to access your profile, to change the picture and account settings, and to change email notifications for all or some classes.


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