Earlier this month, Google made a few updates to Google Classroom (see what’s new here). At least one of those updates affected what you and your students will see on your class page.
Previously, the class name was placed in the center of the header (also called the theme). Also, the header would previously get distorted when you would change the shape of your browser window.
Now, however, the class name AND the class code are located in the top left-hand corner of the screen.
You can see the change in the image below.
I love to customize my Google headers and have recently begun selling packages of headers (themes) on Teachers Pay Teachers.
I’m so excited to be offering my “Taste of Spain” headers for half-off for the first 48 hours. This download includes ten breathtaking panoramic views from locations throughout Spain.
Choose to upload one location per class or upload a different header every month of the school year!
Locations include: Toledo, Galicia, Valencia, Sevilla, Madrid, Bilbao, Granada, and (below) the Mount Teide in the Canary Islands.
If you’ve never changed your header (theme) before, don’t worry! I also include step-by-step instructions to walk you through the process of changing your Google header.
Just check out the feedback from my free “Llama Spanish Header“:
An adorable header that will brighten up your Google classroom! Thank you for the detailed instructions- very helpful indeed!