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Make copies of pages using the Duplicate page feature. This means you can create pages and use them as page templates.

Hi everyone,

I've been working on a little project with Google Sites and would love to share it with the community with the hopes that you might want to join in.

As many of our districts are transitioning to New Google Sites, we are faced with a ton of "how does this work" or "what about this feature".

I am putting together a tutorial website featuring what Google Sites can do. We all know there are many things that Google Sites can do that aren't exactly in the documentation (example: insert embedded audio)

My hope for this project is that together we can create a Google Site as trainers that we can all use in our trainings to showcase just how innovative Sites can be.

Please check out the current version:

My next step is to add a tab for real world examples. I'm happy to work with anyone who would like their websites shared on this site, and if you have real world ways of using Sites in the curriculum, I'm interested in adding and sharing these as well.

Thank you for checking this out and providing feedback. I hope you would consider working with me on this passion project to help teachers worldwide become empowered through Google Sites.


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30 Free Google Drawings Graphic Organizers, as well as a tutorial video and help guide on how to create your own

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Augmented Reality with Google Expeditions is Coming!!

We don't know a lot yet, but I got so excited I had to blog about it. There's a great video to see Expeditions AR in action, AND a link to a form to sign-up to pilot this in the Fall! 

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Create #vocabulary #study tools by creating a slide deck in #GoogleSlides with one word per slide - students fill in with their own definition, images, etc.

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Unbounded Classroom
Tuesday May 30 | 3:30 - 4:30 PM ET

This webinar is presented in partnership with The Pennsylvania Council for International Education (PACIE).

Join this webinar to learn how 4th grade teachers in Eastern Lancaster Elementary School District in rural Pennsylvania are able to take students around the world virtually using Google Expeditions and the Global Connections framework to instill empathy, understanding, and deeper learning outcomes. The Unbounded Classroom explores the potential of using cutting edge technology to remove the boundaries of the classroom without ever leaving the school building. Students interact and experience a variety of diverse cultures and geographic locations within their own classrooms and globally, via virtual reality. These experiences engage students with their peers, with the curriculum, and with the global community. This webinar will introduce the global connections framework and how to implement virtual reality in K-12 classrooms.

Presenters are Mr. Adam Geiman and Mr. Drew Arena, 4th Grade Teachers, Blue Ball Elementary.

Register by May 28, 2017 to guarantee your spot!

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See how Chromebooks redefine the classroom | The G Suite Show

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The Guide to Google Drive Sharing – FREE eBook

Do you ever get confused by all the options for sharing in Google Drive and G Suite for Education? I’ve got the guide for you!

In this brand new 15-page guide, I break down the 3 steps to sharing, as well as the 6 levels of sharing in Google Drive applications.

Also learn how to restrict sharing, set expiration dates on sharing, and more!

#googleedu #edtech #googledrive
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