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New! Videos: 6 short videos to help you create and edit your Google Site - created by Google Certified Teachers Katie Christie and Cory Pavicich

   Working with your Webpage- created by Diane Weldon   

   Embed a Google Presentation into your website                                                             

   Google Apps Education Center - Google Sites Training

   Working with Google Sites - by @TonyAmsler 
This Google site is intended to provide a assistance for staff and students who are interested in using Google Sites for professional or classroom use.

YouTube Video

Google Sites for Educators

Skill level: Beginner
Lead by Andy Crozier, Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer and Google Certified Teacher

It's critical that all classrooms have an online presence in the 21st Century. With Google Sites, teachers can easily create a classroom website that is dynamic and professional looking. You can also create sites and collaborate with others to help manage and organize all your information. 

- How to create a site and various pages (web page, file cabinet, resource list, announcements)
- How to add Google Apps (calendar, docs) content to your page
- How to add other content (gadgets, YouTube, Picassa) to your page
- How to manage your site (invite collaborators, managing the layout, etc..)

K-12 Class Project Ideas with Google Sites

Learn about the human body with Survivor MD
This class used Google Sites to help students learn about the human body. 
Karen Kliegman, Google Certified Teacher
       Geography Project: The Amazing Race
Students use Google Sites, blogs, and Google Docs to research geographical terms from different parts of the world. 
Jesse Gauthier

Student Art Site from Germany
Use a Google Site to display student artwork 

       Reading Workshops
Create a Google Site for 5th grade reading team
Sophomore Research Project: Famous Poets
High school students use Google Sites as a digital portfolio for their research projects on famous poets. 
John Damaso

Rae Fearing,
Mar 29, 2011, 7:35 PM