As I help teachers integrate, I find myself wanting to get at the process from the beginning of a lesson, unit, or class. I want to help design the learning in their content areas, to provide personalized, project based and blended learning. I would like to help teachers find ways to be more efficient with their time and find ways to work smarter, not harder. Working smarter, to me, means using Blended Learning; a learning management system that includes graded online assessments, and discussion forums---open or closed formats.
I came across this Zaption presentation that teaches the importance of Blended Learning and defines blended learning. In part 3, it talks about learning management systems, specifically Schoology, but you could plug in any LMS tool---Versal, Edmodo, Moodle, or Google Classroom. *Note that you can skip by the quiz/questioning by advancing the slide.
Zaption Pricing and options
Another great article that discusses the pros and cons of Google Classroom, if you find Classroom doesn't fill your needs, then let's find another LMS that does.
Google Classroom Review: 16 Pros And Cons Of Using Google Classroom In eLearning