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Creating Kami Assignments in Google Classroom
Creating Kami Assignments in Google Classroom

Learn how to create a Kami Assignment using Kami's Google Classroom integration

Updated over a week ago

Creating Kami Assignments is as easy as clicking a button, but before you can start make sure you have the Kami Chrome extension.

Once the extension is installed, you can create a Kami Assignment directly inside your Google Classroom.

How to create a Kami Assignment in Google Classroom

1. Open the Kami Assignment window

Go into the Classwork tab in one of your courses, then click the +Create button. You should see the Kami Assignment option if the Kami Chrome extension was installed correctly.

โœ๏ธ You can also create a Kami Assignment from your Kami dashboard by clicking the Google Classroom Assignment button.

2. Set up your Kami Assignment

You should now see a Kami assignment window. You can set the title, add text instructions, and attach a file using Google Drive or a local file. You can even pick a Kami Library template to assign.

At the bottom right of this pop-up, we've added some features to help students and to allow the teacher more customization when creating a Kami Assignment:

Send Kami Instructions to Students

This attaches a Kami help article to the Kami assignment with instructions for setting up Kami and using the integration to help students get started with their Kami Assignments.

Add Links for Mobile Devices

Attach an extra link to the Kami Assignment that functions as an Open with Kami button. This option is designed for users working from iPads or similar touch devices where the Kami Chrome extension cannot be installed.

Control Features

This lets you select which of the Kami tools you'd like to be available for your students, particularly for that Kami Assignment. You can learn more about Control Features.

Share type for the files in the Kami Assignment can be set to:

  • Make a copy for each student is the default and recommended for a regular flow of Kami Assignments.

  • Students share one copy means all students will work on the same file.

  • Students cannot edit file means they cannot edit the file and they view the same file as others in that class.

3. Assign your Kami Assignment

Once you've set up the Kami Assignment, click the Assign button to distribute it to your class. Otherwise, you can click the dropdown arrow beside the Assign button to save the Kami Assignment as a draft or schedule it for later.

After assigning, you should see a new window confirming the Kami Assignment has been created.

And... you're all done! Your students should now have access and can start working on their Kami Assignments using the Kami Google Classroom integration.

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