Now for my rant and my fubar. :( All my fault too. So I prepped for my last night and prepared an assignment for my IT class. I didn't want to open it up too early, but wanted to open it up today for my class this afternoon.
Google Classroom has this nice "save as draft" version to "hide" but to open it you have to post it. There is no "open at such-a-time-and-date" feature in Google Class like they have in Moodle.
So unfortunately, I had prepped the assignment, given the details to the TTOC and I FORGOT to open it up at noon today. :(
At least they're suppose to watch a video today which they probably are doing right now. It's just that I wanted my students to engage the video by writing down some stuff.
It does have a valid answer and I was able to do it while eating dinner in my head.
Unfortunately, the credit balance I have right now is about $2 short of the ~8 monthly subscription. I want to switch my payment BACK to my CC but the back end software won't switch it over! What's up with that?
Right now I have my CC selected as my payment method, HOWEVER when I try to pay of my GPAA subscription, the only selection method I have is "Google Play Credit". I should be able to switch and select my CC to pay for it!
I'm VERY unhappy about this. Now I'm FORCED to go find a retailer to buy a gift card and spend MORE money than what I really need - why can't I simply add a $2 credit online to my Google Play credit?
ARGH! Sorry - today is just the day of #RANTS for me.
What made you think it was a good idea to do these all while looking down at your feet? People are coming down these stairs. Make room for us because you're using the space where we're trying to go down the stairs on. Just follow in the line going up.
- Simon Fraser UniversityComputing Science, 1993 - 1998
- Simon Fraser UniversityProfessional Development Program, 1999 - 2000
- Burnaby Central Secondary School1988 - 1993
- Puzzle & Dragons
- Surrey School DistrictTeacher, 2000 - presentI currently teach ICT and programming at Frank Hurt Secondary School.
- Simon Fraser UniversityITDA Mentor, 2011 - 2013I mentored in-service teachers who were in the ITDA (Integrating Technology for the Digital Age) Field Program.
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