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Using Google Sites for Student Portfolios and Authentic Assessments

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Would you like a great way for your students to demonstrate their knowledge, creativity, and skills? Google Sites is not only easy to use, but also provides students a terrific way to showcase their learning. Join Dr. Jenna Linskens as she shares effective uses and creative ways to use Google Sites in the classroom for designing student portfolios and authentic assessments. In addition, Jenna will explain how to use Google Sites to support students as they master the ISTE Standards of being an Empowered Learner and Creative Communicator.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, April 14, 2018 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Assessment & Review , Google Intermediate, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: authentic assessments, creativity, Google, Google Sites, showcase learning, student portfolios

Reviews (12)

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Thanks for these ideas!
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some good info
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Can't wait to try this!
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Great info. Thanks!
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Knowledgeable presenter. This presentation focused on the whats and whys of using Google Sites for e-portfolios, but not quite as much on the step-by-step how-to. Definitely worth the time to watch if you are new to e-portfolios. Thanks!
Full Member
We are thinking about moving to Google Sites for our HS portfolios. Thank you so much for the great information! :)
Full Member
Great info. Thanks!
Great ideas!
I think this will help my ELs with writing. I cannot wait to add it in my lessons! Thank you so much!
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I am very excited to present this tool to my students so they can move up on the SAMR scale. I am currently using Google Classroom but I feel as though I am not using it to its capacity for posting and replying so I feel like Google Sites will allow me to do so when the students have projects. They can publish them then comment and revise.
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