Share some great Google Sites practices with your students through this amazing post from Control Alt Achieve.
The is a google sites learning hub all about force and motion. There are different activities that cover what force is, pushing and pulling, and simple machines. There is also a fun activity to learn about some famous scientist (some of whom contributed to the knowledge we have of force). Activities included use google earth, google forms, google slides, and other google tools.
Keeping track of stuent work is one of the most important parts of showing student growth; learn how to create student portfolios with Google Sites.
This resource is for teachers to aid students through the expeditionary and inquiry-based learning process of Genius Hour. Genius Hour is a passion project students can participate in using 20% of class time every week (about 1 hour). They will learn how to ask good questions around a topic they're interested in, conduct research, and ultimately produce and present evidence from their findings.Time frame: 1 hour per week every term (About 10 hours)Format: asynchronous, virtual, or in class with groups
Learn how to sync up your Google Classroom with your classroom Google Site.
GEGUtah and UEN cover the basics of Sites for the Google Certified Educator Level One and Level Two exam as well as some tips collected from Google Certified Trainers in GEGUtah!