Website creation used to take time – time teachers don’t have. Now Google Sites and other online services make it easy. Teachers focus on their content and what they want to communicate. No software to load or learn. Straight forward, time and cost effective (free). Teachers finally can have the websites they’ve always wanted!
- Learn about options for websites
- Identify best practices for classroom websites
- Create a multi-page website with developed content to support instruction
- Develop a plan of action for website updates and maintenance
The Planning Stage
Participants will read articles about best practices for teacher websites and critique several teacher websites to develop ideas for their own sites. Additionally, they will create a Website Roadmap as a plan of action for their sites. Finally, they will explore initial set-up on two free services: Google Sites and Weebly.Register Now
Middle school teacher; K-12 Technology Coach and professional development at site, district, and county levels; 21 years. Independent consultant in the areas of technology integration, instructional design, and learning environments. Paula enjoys helping teachers grow professionally and reflect on their practice. Paula’s personal interests include: Travel, reading and gardening, volunteer tutoring, and golf.