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Share Free Course Content to Google Classroom

Intended Audience: Instructors


Instructors can share content from the Learning Continuity Content site to their Google Classroom. This document explains how to share the content after creating an account and logging into the Learning Continuity Content site.

All digital lessons are included, but assessments are not, and the courses do not carry any academic credit. These materials are meant to enhance the education of students, and access to the content will be free until September 30, 2023. The availability of EdReady Math & English access will cease on September 1, 2023. On September 14, 2022, modifications were made to the course modules and links, and users are advised to verify that they are using the latest links in their classrooms. After October 31, 2022, the previous links may no longer be functional.


  1. First, navigate to the desired course content listing. To do this, tap View All Courses from the homepage and then tap the course title.
    The Learning Continuity content site is shown with an arrow pointing to the View All Courses button.The Courses page is shown with the Algebra 1A course displayed. An arrow points to the title.
  2. Next, tap the “Share to Classroom” icon next to the lesson that needs to be added to your class.
    The Course Units and Lessons page shows a Google Classroom link located to the left of each lesson. An arrow points to the first lesson 1.1 Variables and Expressions.
  3. Then choose the appropriate Google Classroom you would like the content added and then tap the Go button.
    Share to Classroom page is shown with an arrow pointing to the drop-down menu.
  4. Finally, follow the wizard options in Google Classroom and tap Post when finished.
    The Post Material page is shown with the details to include in your post. This includes Title, Description, Audience and Topic. An arrow points to the Post button at the top of the page.
    Post confirmation screen.
    The final result is the material being included in the Google Classroom. An arrow points to the post indicating that new materials have been added.

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