Edit Class Name in Google Classroom
Consider letting the first two words be your name and the class name. Like “Keeler Algebra” or “Keeler Computer Science” or even better “Keeler CS.” Remember you do not need to describe the class in the class title, it is simply something for you and the students to QUICKLY reference the class.
Put the class description on the About tab in Google Classroom.
I highly recommend putting the school year in the second line. It will make it much easier when you go to reuse something if you can easily see the time period that the class took place. Even when I am doing a workshop for teachers using Google Classroom I will put the month and year in the second line.
3 Dots on the Class Tile
To edit a class title go to the class tiles page. You can get there by going to classroom.google.com or clicking on the 3 lines menu in the upper left and choosing “Classes.” Locate the class tile and click on the 3 dots menu on the tile.
Folder Not Renamed
The only person who can view or have access to this folder is you and any co-teachers you might have. You can rename the class folder to whatever you want that helps you to more easily identify your class folder. By the way, this class folder is a sub folder of the Classroom folder which is in My Drive.
Student Folders Are Still Long
Each student has a class folder of their own. This is not the same as your class folder. The class folder is created upon enrolling in the class. If the student enrolled in the class when it had a super long name then their folder will have a super long name. If you renamed your class and a student joined the class late, that student’s folder will reflect the updated class name.