Class Page Content
- Consider some of the
following topics when developing your class
- Links to
- Links -
specific, general, favorite,
- As you consider the
content, ask yourself about the purpose of the page.
Is it for promotion, outreach, homework, information,
student sharing, or parent involvement? Who is the
audience? How will resources be used? Why will they
want to return?
- Also consider the
people you might involve with the page. If your "web
staff" consists of "My, Myself & I", you might
consider getting some help from student web developers
or other members of your department.
- Policies and
Procedures. Check to see if your school currently
has guidelines for web page development, then consider
the following areas:
- Content provider
- Use of student
- Handling link
- Class Information.
Make your page attractive, interesting, and
informative. Include contact information, background
information, a and maybe a class tour. Think about
accomplishments, announcements, news, and other things
that will draw people back to the site. If you include
policies and procedures, make them
- Class Schedules. Many
people include class schedules on their page. Ask
yourself: Will I keep it updated (homework, exams
schedule)? What's realistic for updating (daily,
monthly, seasons, year)?
- Page Contents.
You might include Class Information, People
Information, Curriculum Connections, and Community
Information. Ask yourself: What will you include on
the page? Who decides on content? Does this need to be
online? Is this available elsewhere? Could we link to
it? How will info be used? Why will people
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