Building a Successful Teacher Webpage
Building a successful teacher website can be a time-consuming, frustrating thing if you jump right in and just start. But, with a bit of planning and some guidance, it can actually be relatively easy to create and maintain a useful website. There are some basic questions that need to be addressed before you start your website:
- What will I put on my site?
- What style should I use to make it look professional?
- How do I put it there?
- Is it ADA (American Disabilities Act) compatible?
The answer to the first two questions, "What do I put on my website?" and "What style should I use to make it look professional?" can be answered in the document below. We suggest you open the .pdf and read through the information it gives as to suggestions for what to put on your site and how you can even set the site up so it looks good and is easy to view.
Now that you have some ideas of what you would like to post on your site, you can begin creating your teacher webpage. Here are the first steps you need to take:
1. Let Gene or Roger know you would like a website.
2. When you receive a message that it is ready, go to your school website, click on Teacher Web Pages and then your name.
4. Go to the bottom of the page and click on "Sign In". If you are successful, you will see an "Edit Page" at the top right .