How teachers can make their websites count

01/13/2013 | Edudemic

While more educators are maintaining their own websites, students may have trouble finding them, Canadian educator and blogger Colleen Lee writes. In this post, Lee suggests four ways teachers can help students find the sites online. They include embedding access to required documents on teachers' sites, creating assignments that allow students to interact with their sites and posting homework assignments online. Teachers also can include practice tests or quizzes on their websites and instruct students on where to find them, Lee suggests.

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