Before Google Classroom there was Doctopus. This still very relevant add-on gives you granular control over student file access and a means to assess work via standards aligned rubrics.
Richard Anderson is the Middle and Upper School Learning and Technology Coordinator at Washington International School and for WISSIT. He became a Google Education Trainer in 2011 and is passionate about using Google Apps to improve workflows and encourage collaboration among all members of the school community. He has presented at annual conferences such as ECIS and NAIS on a variety of technology in education topics as well as at AppsEvents and EdTech Team featuring Google in Education. In addition, he maintains a YouTube channel where he publishes how-to tutorials and shares his other passion – telling stories of learning via video documentation. He is particularly interested in Project Zero and how teachers have implemented visible thinking frameworks in their classroom to deepen student thinking. In 2014, he was nominated as a documentation fellow for the Future of Learning Summer institute held each year at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Richard has a B.A. from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from Dominican University. After completing his graduate degree, he spent two years in the Peace Corps serving as an education volunteer in Cameroon where he learned to speak French fluently.