Google Sites for Education: A Teacher’s Guide
In this podcast episode, Jake interviews Abby, a teacher who shares her experience and insights about using Google Sites for Education. Abby explains that Google Sites is a web design and hosting service within the Google Workspace suite of productivity tools. It allows teachers to easily create and publish websites to organize and share class materials, assignments, and resources with students. Abby provides examples of how she has used Google Sites, such as creating a course website, a digital portfolio for students, and a parent communication page. She highlights the user-friendly drag-and-drop interface and emphasizes that no technical skills are required to get started. Abby also mentions the security features of Google Sites, including SSL encryption and multi-factor authentication, to ensure the privacy and safety of user data. Additionally, she introduces Kha Creation, a web design and development company that specializes in creating custom websites using Google Sites, offering assistance in designing, customizing, and integrating interactive content and collaborative tools. The episode concludes with Jake thanking Abby for sharing her insights and highlighting the benefits of Google Sites for teachers.
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