Google Classroom makes learning visible in a few ways.
First of all, parents have the choice to receive daily or weekly updates from Google Classroom keeping them entirely informed as to their child’s progress (or lack thereof) with details about information and assignments.
Secondly, when students submit their work to a teacher through classroom and the teacher grades said work, the teacher retains a copy of the work along with all comments and suggestions.
Finally, Google Classroom creates a folder in the teacher’s Google Drive (see above image) with a copy of every student’s work, along with the original template(s) that were used when the assignment was created.
This means that as a teacher, you have all the data that led to the grade that is issued for any course you teach.