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Hapara and Google Classroom

Better Together: Streamline Digital Learning With Hapara & Google Classroom (click "read more" for video)


Hapara just released a feature which makes it possible for teachers to sync their Google Classrooms with Hapara Dashboard. Now with just the click of a button, you can import your Google Classroom classes into Hapara Dashboard. This is exciting news for teachers who have already discovered ways to combine the best features from both applications. It is also exciting for teachers who have been reluctant to use Hapara because they were already using Google Classroom.

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https://vimeo.com/220688262

Follow this link to Hapara support and scroll down to "For Teachers" to see the written version of the above video.


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