Category: Voice

Yes! Another G Suite tool that can be utilized by your students! In this post, I want to share with you 7 ideas for using Google Sites in your classroom. Google Sites seemed to be on the backburner when it came to updates to G Suite. Now, it appears that Google is giving it the love it needs! It was only about two years ago that the first facelift happened. For a while, it was called New Google Sites, but I think we can forget about that name since we have Classic Google Sites.7 Ideas for Using Google Sites

Google Sites allows you to easily develop a website by adding pages and elements within the page. Users can choose from custom layouts that have different elements laid out in a nice view. Sites allows for a variety of embed content. All you have to do is paste in the code! You can also add in anything from your Google Drive to have visible and accessible right on the page! Its drag-and-drop functionality makes it easy to structure that even the youngest of students can find success!

So, without further adieu, here are 7 ideas for using Google Sites!

G Suite Voice

One website has been taking over the educational technology world by storm. If you haven’t already caught the #FlipgridFever, you might catch it soon. Flipgrid is a website that allows a teacher to create a place (grid) for students to respond to prompts by a recorded video. I first heard about Flipgrid as it was repeatedly mentioned on the Google Teacher Tribe. It took me a while, but I finally decided to give it a shot, and boy, was it worth it! Before I go into some of the uses of Flipgrid, let me provide you with a bit more…