Rashmi：The student population of each class at a private high school that I was teaching in was 40. At the time, we were only two English teachers who taught all classes between Year 7 and Year 12. This made marking and keeping track of student work extremely difficult.
It was then I played around with Google Classroom and researched how it could benefit the students and us teachers. I initially started by migrating all student work, materials and assignments to Google Classroom only for Year 7. I noticed that it was much easier to stay on track, mark work and meet deadlines. The students also took active interest in familiarizing themselves with this new technology that would soon become an inextricable part of their learning. Students were able to express themselves in ways they had never done before through videos and pictures. It was an exciting time!
I presented this idea to the upper management and fortunately, they were on-board with it. Soon, Google Classroom was implemented school-wide where it continues to be used effectively.