Presentation on theme: "Introduction Trying to fathom how to meet the Common Core standard of publishing student work? Are you trying to streamline your flow of information to."— Presentation transcript:
Introduction Trying to fathom how to meet the Common Core standard of publishing student work? Are you trying to streamline your flow of information to students? Learn how to help your students create their own websites to publish their great work and find out how you can create a site that helps you minimize time spent distributing information and organizing assignments. My name is Jackie Ingram Teach 7, 8, 10, English and yearbook at Centre Discovered weebly.com at Podstock this summer
Last year Used edmodo.com for assignments full of files Parents had no way to know what was happening in class Surveys and recording information on paper
Applications for your classroom Make information easy to get to all students and parents Help students publish their work Students can keep an ongoing portfolio and resume Post assignment details and have assignments turned in—LESS PAPER!! Create surveys linked to Google Drive Give students access to multi-media you use in class
Creating Site Use education.weebly.com More flexibility Assignment form FREE! Build as you go or create beforehand Sign up students to monitor their sites Clicking “publish” saves any changes and makes them public
Student weebly pages Older students create own sites and give me domains Pro-Unlimited pages and uploads Pro-Personal and easily updated Con-not monitored Younger students’ pages created by me Pro-monitored and locked with password Con-limited to 5 pages and pictures Con- limited to 40 students for free
Ingramenglish.weebly.com Surveys Assignment forms Videos Padlet posting links Powerpoints Research links Thinglinks Documents to download Blogs/discussion forums Refer other teachers for credit to buy memberships/tools
Your turn Discuss with a neighbor how you could use this in your room (3 minutes) Play with weebly.com Questions?