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Set up a Common Google Sites Course Template for Your School

Problem of practice

How can schools increase transparency of practice, communicate expectations and supports more clearly with students and parents, and encourage common language across all courses?

Solution

Google Sites can be used to create a common course site template and disseminate one copy per course in the school, tied to a course directory in your main school website. This video focuses on demonstrating how to use ACTVF's course site template.

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