Goals And Challenges To Creating My Websites In The Classroom

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Goals and Rationale
When creating my website, I wanted a place for my students, parents, and other teachers to go to obtain a clear understanding of what my curriculum entails and what my students are expected to learn. I wanted a friendly, inviting website where people would want to explore all the different pages that I provide. This way everyone is informed on what occurs in the classroom. Moreover, they are able to find extra resources to help enhance learning at home. In order to meet the needs of multiple audiences, I made sure I had a place for my students to go to find websites that they can apply their skills outside of school. They can also view various pictures and access their class calendar. Parents can access place to learn about the curriculum, in addition to the rules and procedures that are expected in both library and computer classes. Since communication is important for teachers and parents, there is a page available for parents to find my email address, phone number, and even a form to fill out in order to get in contact with me. For teachers, this gives the
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For example, I believe that the teachers in my school find it burdensome to maintain their websites for the reason that Google Sites is a learning curve. When I chose Weebly, I was motivated to work on the site and wanted improve upon my work.
Looking through my peer feedback, I knew that I need to cite all my clipart that I found on the internet. When I was looking at the images and citing the source, I realized how easy it is to quickly give credit to the photos that were used. This project alone is also a lesson that I can take to my own computer classes considering citing work is much easier than taking someone’s work. This is a skill that can easily be taught to third and fourth

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