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New Year, New School Website?

[…] students’ learning. In some countries this is a legal requirement for schools – for example in the UK, schools are required to publish information on their curriculum online. Use your site to showcase your school and attract potential students and parents, as well as guiding them through the admissions process. Create blogs and add […] …

Run a Class Blog? Here’s How to Keep on Blogging Without Losing Steam

[…] co-ordinationg content. You might want to rotate blog responsibility between groups of students each month so everyone gets a chance, or run competitions which require students to submit content for the blog. Our interface lets you give your students Author access to your blog, meaning that they can write posts but can’t publish them. […] …

How To Engage Visitors With Your High School Website

[…] to visit that only discourages visitors from engaging with your website? Let’s stop there. Yes, all your pages are important. But providing a main navigation with major “subsites” such as academics, student life, athletics, faculty/staff and about us, allows you to direct visitors to major hubways that will get them to the information they […] …

Five Digital Storytelling Tools for the Classroom

[…] project; therefore, StoryMapJS works best when one individual is responsible for creating the map. Canva Website: https://www.canva.com/ Unless your school has access to the Adobe Creative Cloud subscription it can be hard to find an inexpensive and high-quality image editing software to use in your classroom. Canva is a free tool for creating and […] …

How to do an Accessibility Audit on Your School Website

[…] it. One common misconception is that web accessibility is only for those with visual impairments. But as you see in the list, it also covers hearing difficulties (subtitles of videos), cognitive disabilities (ensuring the site is easy to use), and much more. One important piece of advice is that accessible design will improve your […] …