Digital Breakouts in the New Google Sites

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The new Google Sites is live. This is a template website to give you ideas for making digital breakouts in the new Sites. Currently, there is no way to copy sites or publish them as templates. The good news is that the new Sites is so intuitive that making digital breakouts is easier than ever!

If you have never tried a digital breakout, please watch this video where I take you through the template to show you how it works:

Please make copies of the files in this Google Drive folder to help you make digital breakouts. This template site uses Google Forms, an embedded PDF, an embedded YouTube video, and Google Slides. Google My Maps and Google Sheets are other G Suite tools that are great for embedding in digital breakouts.

Comment below or send me a tweet @TomEMullaney with questions.

All Digital Breakouts I make are inspired by the innovators behind BreakoutEDU,  James Sanders and Mark Hammons, as well as by the creators of Digital BreakoutEDU,  Justin Birckbichler and Mari Venturino.

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7 thoughts on “Digital Breakouts in the New Google Sites

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  3. This was awesome. Thanks for sharing, Tom!

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  4. I’ve been doing Breakouts in my classes (the physical boxes, however) and my kids BEG for more. This is super cool! Thanks for sharing the template; I couldn’t figure out how to format a digital Breakout and this helps me get out of my head and onto the (virtual) paper. Thanks! 🙂

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