Due-Date / By Start of Class 2
Part 1: Set-up your Website/Digital Portfolio: Set up website (using a free website-maker like WordPress or Weebly).
As this site/portfolio will be used to document and share your work in this course please consider the design/aesthetics and usability features of your website, and take some care in selecting your template etc.
- Note: Please Create a ‘Resources Page’ for curating and collected resources like new applications, useful educational or technology websites, curriculum websites, creative tools/media.
- As you build your site, streamline: eliminate non-necessary template pages and ‘widgets’; replace stock images (personalize).
As you build your site, please consider what ISTE Standards you are enacting…
Part 2: Your First Webpage
Part 1) Reflect: Create a webpage and briefly discuss what ideas/concepts and ISTE Standards (for students) were enacted as you constructed your website. Cross-check your work/action with the ISTE Standards to self-assess. (200 words max).
Part 2) Imagine (and then briefly describe) an innovative way you – and/or your students – might use website/blogging tools for significant teaching and learning in your content area or across disciplines (200-300 words). Don’t be afraid to think outside of the box (or Redefinitionally).
Part 2 will be the first content you post on your website.
Part 3 / Send Link: Once you have set up your site, send me an email – firstname.lastname@example.org – with a link to your website. For all assignments please ALERT ME (via email) when you have posted completed work. I can then provide feedback.
NOTE: Consider using this Website for Future Professional Purposes (Portfolio, Job Applications, Demonstrating Fluency with Technology Tools for Teaching & Learning).