This site displays the tools we’ve learned in class to help other teachers find ways to use them in their rooms. All these resources are really helpful in designing new and engaging activities for students and utilizes technology so I made it the tech savvy teacher website.
I can’t wait to use this to make a super useful class website that has updates, news, and student work on it!
Here is a collection of mini lessons we have created. They range from discovering glaciers around the world to English lessons about pigs and pancakes. Included is an instructional video comparing different baking styles and their results- helping you find your perfect recipe!
Google Sites is easy to navigate especially when creating new pages and embedding different sites. You can insert links to MyMaps, Google Slides, Google docs easily by simply inserting it in. It would be extremely useful for educators who are looking to create websites for their classroom or for certain classroom topics.
I created a google site full of fun activities for students and teachers to do in the class. Some of the activities can be done at home too! There are a variety of formats and subject matters to engage anyone. The site is fun and easy to navigate with lots of interesting information
We used Google sites to showcase our work thus far. All of our work is accessible on this website. We added three HyperDoc lessons, MyMaps, MySlides, and a Youtube video. We found Google sites to be easy to use and we will be using this in the future when we become teachers.
This google site I created was a great way to synthesize different resources onto one accessible site. I loved how all of the different forms of activities modified their formats to fit on the site. I can definitely see myself using this resource later and creating other sites for my students, whether it be for projects, lessons, or even as a database for other teachers.
This is the first site I have ever published! I think it is pretty cool to be able to create a site and it was super user friendly. This is great to know for the future and is something I would use to teach students about all different topics. It could also be used by students to create individual or group projects.
This site includes HyperDoc Lessons about 2016 Rio Olympics, creating a US road trip and the 2017 Solar Eclipse. Additionally, it includes a Google MyMap of the Natural Wonders of Australia and a quiz about Australia/Australian life. It also has an instructional video for students about the five senses.
Google Sites is an amazing way to keep all your favorite educational, technical, whimsical methods in one place. All of the tools used within the site, including MyMaps and Google Slides, are all super user-friendly and easy to master. No matter what the purpose or reason behind your use of these tools, THE OPTIONS ARE ENDLESS. Whether you’re designing a visual, creating a lesson, or planning a trip!
This Google Site was very easy to create and all of the google tools such as My Maps and Google Slides work well together. These google educational tools can be used in a multitude of ways including sharing them with students, other teachers, parents or for personal use. This specific website hyperlinked above has separate pages with embedded projects and lessons that can be used in school settings.
This is our introductory Google Site that includes our favorite HyperDoc lessons on Courage, Saving our Planet, and Plants and Animal cells. It also includes some other lessons that we prepared previously such as: a “get-to-know-you” activity about summer vacation or a favorite trip using MyMaps, an activity on “Misconceptions about Evolution” using interactive Google slideshow, and an instructional YouTube Video about photosynthesis.
Google Sites was user friendly and is something that we could see us using in our classroom in the future