Add materials to the Classwork page

This page is for teachers

As a Classroom teacher, you can post resource materials, such as a syllabus, classroom rules, or topic-related reading, to the Classwork page. 

Like other types of posts on the Classwork page, materials can be organized by topic, reordered, and scheduled to post later.

Note: If you used to post your class materials on the About page, they are still in your class Drive folder. You can upload them to the Classwork page.

If you don’t know if your class is using Classwork, see Does my class have the Classwork page?

Add materials 

When you add materials to the Classwork page, you can:

Add materials

  1. Go to classroom.google.com and click Sign In.

    Sign in with your Google Account. For example, you@yourschool.edu or you@gmail.comLearn more.

  2. Click the class and then ClassworkDon't see Classwork?
  3. At the top, click Create  and then Material.
    Click Material
  4. Enter a title and a description.
    Enter title

Add attachments

You can add Google Drive files, links, or YouTube videos to your materials.

To upload a file, click Attach Attach. Select the file and click Upload.

To attach a Google Drive file:

  1. Click Drive Google Drive.
  2. Select the item and click Add.
    Note: If you see a message that you don’t have permission to attach a file, click Copy. Classroom makes a copy to attach to the material and saves it to the class Drive folder.

To attach a YouTube video, click YouTube YouTube and choose an option:

  • To search for a video to attach:
    1. In the search box, enter keywords and click Search Search.
    2. Click the video and then Add.
  • To attach a video link:
    1. Click URL.
    2. Enter the URL and click Add.

To attach a link, click Link Link, enter the URL, and click Add Link.

To delete an attachment, next to it, click Remove Remove.

Post to one or more classes

Next to For, click the Down arrow Down Arrow and then select the class or classes you want to include.
Select class

Note: You can’t post to individual students across multiple classes. Posts to multiple classes are shared with all students in the classes.

Post to individual students

By default, material is posted to all students in the class. You can post material to individual students. However, if more than one class is included, you can’t post to individual students. You also can’t post to more than 100 individual students at a time.

  1. Next to All students, click the Down arrow Down Arrow and then All students to deselect it.
    Select students
  2. Select the students you want to post the material to.

    Note: You’ll see the number of students you posted to in the class stream. To view the students’ names, click number students on the material.

Add a topic

  1. Next to Topic, click the Down arrow Down Arrow.
    Select topic
  2. Choose an option:
    • To create a topic, click Create topic and enter a topic name. 
    • To select a topic in the list, click it.
Post, schedule, or save drafted material

To post the material immediately, click Post.

To schedule the material to post later:

  1. Next to Post, click the Down arrow Down Arrowand then Schedule.
  2. Next to the date, click the Down arrow Down Arrow and select a date and time.
  3. Click Schedule
    The material automatically posts at the scheduled date and time.

To save the material as a draft, next to Post, click the Down arrow Down Arrowand then Save draft.  

To see scheduled and drafted materials, click ClassworkDon't see Classwork?

Edit material

Note: If material is posted to several classes, editing it in one class doesn't change it in any other class.

  1. Go to classroom.google.com and click Sign In.

    Sign in with your Google Account. For example, you@yourschool.edu or you@gmail.comLearn more.

  2. Click the class and then ClassworkDon't see Classwork?
  3. Next the material, click More More and then Edit.
    Click Edit
  4. Choose an option:
    • For posted material: Make your changes and click Save.
    • For scheduled material: Make your changes and click Schedule.
    • For draft material: Make your changes. Then, next to Post, click the Down arrow Down Arrowand then Save draft.
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