How to Track Updates to Students’ Google Sites

Google Sites can be a great platform for students to use to maintain digital portfolios. In fact, I did that last year with my computer science principles students. The challenge for a teacher when students use Google Sites for portfolios is keeping track of updates to those portfolios. 

The method that I came up with to keep track of updates that students made to their Google Sites was to create a weekly update assignment in Google Classroom. Then every week students added a new page to their sites. They then had to respond to the assignment with a link to the new pages they made in their Google Sites. 

In this short video I demonstrate how to keep track of updates to students’ Google Sites by using Google Classroom assignments. The video shows a teacher’s perspective and it shows a student’s perspective of this method. 

This post originally appeared on FreeTech4Teachers.com. If you see it elsewhere it has been used without permission. 

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