Google Classroom Integration with ALL in Learning

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Why sync with Google Classroom™?

Google Class Rosters Sync to ALL In Learning
 
If you've built classes in Google Classroom™, your rosters (student names and emails along with Google's proprietary studentID) will sync to ALL In Learning. At this time, demographic data doesn't sync, but can be added manually in your ALL In Learning account.  Note: If your school is syncing ALL In Learning with another SIS, we recommend you do not turn on Google Classroom syncing, as it can cause confusion and duplicate roster and student records with no benefit. If your school uses PowerSchool, note that synced Google Classroom classes will not sync grades to PowerTeacher Pro. 


New Assessments Show Up in their Class Feed
When a teacher activates an ALL In Learning assessment for Google Classroom™, students will see it in their Google Classroom™ class feed, with a link that will open the assessment in the Student Portal. This is helpful if your students are always checking their class feed. Note: If you don't sync with Google Classroom, you can simply notify students an assignment is ready by any other means. 



How to Set Up and Use Google Classroom™ Integration

2 important notes before you begin: 

  1. You must already be a Google ClassroomTM user. Your ALL In Learning email must match your Google ClassroomTM email. 
  2. If your school has already added students to the campus, either through important via a CSV file or through syncing with another program, syncing Google Classroom with ALL In Learning as well may cause duplicates and conflicts. Please speak to your admin before proceeding.

 

If you are creating a new ALL In Learning account:

First, log into your Google Classroom™ account in your web browser.

Then, in a new browser tab, go to https://plus.allinlearning.com//user/signupEmail and complete the process outlined on the signup screens, including the Sync with Google Classroom™ button.

 

If you already have an ALL In Learning account:

First, log into your Google Classroom™ account in your web browser.

Then, in a new browser tab, log into ALL In Learning, go to Settings (upper right), click Manage Account, and click Sync with Google Classroom™ button. Or, go to the Classes tab and click Sync with Google Classroom™. 

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If you have classes in Google Classroom, they will now sync to ALL In Learning and show up in the Classes tab!


If you have problems getting connected, try these steps:

1. If you have pop-ups blocked, you may need to look for a "pop-up blocked" alert and allow the pop-up.
2. Sometimes, if you have more than one Google account logged in, this can cause confusion. Try logging out of all your Google accounts, then log into the Google account tied to Google Classroom™, then log into ALL In Learning and try the above step again.
3. Cookies need to be enabled for Google and Google Accounts. Teachers have reported google.com and accounts.google.com are blocked from writing cookies and this stops the sync with ALL In Learning from completing.

Click on the broken cookies icon in the address bar and first, make sure cookies are set to "Always allow" from ALL In Learning. Then click on "Show cookies and other site data...."
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This will open a manage page for your Cookies. Click on the blocked tab and for google.com and accounts.google.com and then click Allow. Once each has been allowed click on Done and the click to reload the page.

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Assign Engage & Learn Activities!

You can activate an assessment for your class and students will see it in their Google class feed. This serves as an alternate way for students to get into an Engage & Learn activity. Instead of going to students.allinlearning.com and logging in with their QR code or ID, the link from the Google account opens the activity directly. 

In Lessons/Assessments > My Lessons > Activate (for the chosen lesson) > For Google Classroom, decide on the settings, and click Activate. 

Note: You must be logged into your Google Classroom account in another tab as you do this in order for the assessment to be pushed out to your students' Google Classroom accounts correctly.  

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Students who were part of the assignment will now see it in their class feed when they log into Google Classroom™. 

     

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