In the first lesson, you’ll learn it’s easier and more fun to create a classroom website than you might think. We’ll explore the benefits of a classroom website. Next, we will discuss ways that a website can help you organize information, instruct your students, and interact with others. Then you’ll create a plan for your very own classroom website.
In this lesson, you’ll put your plan into action! You’ll learn about website builders, the benefits and drawbacks as you begin to create a website. You will also find out how to keep your students safe as they engage in online activities.
In this lesson, you’ll bring your site to life with formatting. You’ll give your website visual appeal as you add color to text and background. You’ll also learn to format and arrange text, giving your site a unique, professional look. We will also discuss how and why to add images, and review copyright rules. By the end of this lesson, your website will have a name, a theme, and images!
Your website will really start to take shape in this lesson. You will spend some time focusing on what is important to your particular website and how you want to arrange the material in order to create flow. This work will make your website easy to navigate for your users.
In this lesson, you’ll take your website to the next level by adding links! You’ll learn all about the different kinds of links and how to create them. You will also explore the benefits and challenges of using Open Educational Resources (OERs) on your site.
In this lesson, we will make your website come alive with motion and sound. Adding additional audio and video elements to your website will help make it engaging and exciting for everyone that uses it. We will also look at how your students can create their own multimedia and how it can be used to flip the classroom.
Today, we’ll focus on WebQuests: unique Internet learning adventures. You’ll discover everything there is to know about what successful WebQuests look like and how they can be used to enrich and educate your students.
We will continue our exploration of WebQuests and compare them to scavenger hunts. By the end of this lesson, you will have a WebQuest that you can link to your website complete with a well-thought-out evaluation process of the work done by students when completing the WebQuest.
Are you ready to implement a great communication tool in your classroom? Today, you’ll develop your own blog that will enhance your teaching and create a learning environment that transcends your classroom’s walls. By the end of this lesson, you’ll have the knowledge you need to create a blog, teach your students about blogging, and use blogs effectively.
We all know the importance of keeping your students engaged in their learning in the classroom. However, how do you do it when they are on your website? In this lesson, we will discuss practical ways you can keep your students engaged while using your website.
Get to know the foundational language behind your website in this lesson. This will help you make small modifications to your website even when using a website builder and help with troubleshooting.
In this lesson, you will find out how to publish your site and how to keep it looking good throughout the school year and in years to come.