Google Classroom Integration

Google Classroom Integration

Prenda Code Club now integrates with Google Classroom. Specifically, you can automatically create accounts in Prenda through your Google Classroom roster, saving you and your students a lot of time. Watch the video or read the instructions below to learn how to use Google Classroom integration

Video Walkthrough:

Written Walkthrough:

Step 1: Log into Prenda Code Club using your admin account.
Log into Prenda Code club at To log in with your admin account your username will be your email address. 

Step 2: Click your profile icon in the top right, then "Account."
In the top right you'll see your profile icon. Click that to open up the dropdown menu, then select the "Account" option. 

Step 3: Link with Google Classroom
Under Service Integrations, click the button to link with Google Classroom. A Google Sign In window will open where you can select the Google Account that is connected to your Google Classroom. 

Step 4: Enroll your Google Classroom Roster into your Prenda Program.
Go to the Programs page in Prenda's dashboard. Find the Program you want to enroll your students in and select "Enroll" under Actions (far right).

Step 5: Select Enrollment Options and Enroll
A window will pop up asking for enrollment options. To Enroll from Google Classroom select:
  1. Import emails from my Google Classroom course
  2. Select your Classroom course from the Classroom Courses dropdown menu
  3. Click Import
  4. Click Enroll at the bottom of the box
Your students will now receive an email invitation to join your program in Prenda Code Club. They can sign in with Google on the Prenda log in page, and they won't have to create a new account. If they already have a Prenda account, they will be given the option to link their existing account with your Program in Prenda. 
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