Classroom website on google sites

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  1. MuckeyBusiness

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    Does anyone have a classroom website through there school? My job has set up where we can have websites through google through our work email.... let me know please?!
     
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    I have a website that is connected to my school site, but because I'm picky I chose to use blogger, and link to it through school, rather than use the school site. I'm at http://www.mrsfalkenberg.blogspot.com.
     
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    My school also went with google for everything last year. Google is pretty easy to figure out and they have explanations for how to do just about everything.
     
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    I moved over to Google sites when Microsoft OfficeLive shut down last year. I'm loving it.

    www.mrroughton.com
     
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    As a fellow science techer, thank you for sharing your site! My school just started Google docs this year- with a really poor introduction and we didn't have it until about a month into school- *sigh* anyways, but right now we're still using one site for grades k-4 and Moodle for grades 5-6. I'm hoping that next year we can be directed to just use one site- our tech coordinator wants to go to just using Google docs (duh that makes sense) but he's new this year and we're getting a new principal next year so who knows.

    I'm planning on creating my own- regardless of the directions of my P - during Spring Break. Having examples of what works is so helpful- THANK YOU!
     
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    Funny that you posted this because I was just trying to build one today! Apparently I can link GoogleDocs with the iPads so that kids can assess via my classroom website. :woot:
     
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    I like Google Sites, too. I have used some other web hosting services in the past, but Google has been the easiest for me (and it's free).
     
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    Just a question... Why does it state in your blog that you had class on Thanksgiving? I have a blog too. I am just wondering how the dates could be so wrong?
     
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    You're welcome! My school wanted all teachers to create and maintain a site starting last year, I was a little ticked off about it at the time, so I put my resume on it! :whistle: My site has been a work in progress since then! I encourage my students to refer to it ALL the time, by posting homework and study guide answers to my lesson plans.
     

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