Make a group, select a topic
and register your project
Sign up for a Gmail account.
You will create a STEAM Gmail account
Student’s Gmail account must follow a certain format:
first name initial +
name: ilhan dag
Students' Gmail accounts and related services that are associated with this account are to be used ONLY for STEAM projects
Students are responsible for providing his/her Gmail account information to the parents. You will use the same Gmail account for years for STEAM projects.
After you graduate, the content you produced under this Gmail account (websites, videos, etc ...) can serve as an online portfolio that you can reach at any time.
When you create your website, you need to follow this format:
steam2020 + shortened project name +initial first and last name+your grade level.
For example: If a student does a hovercraft project, the student will create a Google site in this format
student name: Ilhan Dag
"steam2020hovercraftid7", so the URL address will be
Add following pages to your STEAM site
1 about my Project
2 background research
3 Project photo album
the home page should have this title;
"YOUR PROJECT TITLE"
View an example below
After adding the pages, it's time to fill them with proper information and pictures.
You can use any background images or colors, any theme, and layouts you want.
-if you create a graph or chart out of the information you gathered from another source, you must cite the source from which you extracted the data.-
Share your site with your advisor
Sharing does not mean sending the link by email. This is how you do it;
Use the "Share with others" button located on the upper right corner.
invite your adviser by adding his/her email.
Click the dropbox (where it says "can edit") next to the “invite people” box.
Finally, click “Send” (bottom left corner)
You can watch a tutorial video about how to create a google site, located at tutorials from the main menu bar.
You are done. Always update your site with the new data, information, pictures, and results throughout the year.
Inform your advisers and ask their feedback.
Ask for help when you need it.