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NYC Helpline: How To: Manage Your Classroom
View Instructional Videos for Teachers about Classroom Management

Classroom Management (Secondary)

A high school science teacher demonstrates how her structured and routine-based classroom environment is the key to success.

Classroom Management (Elementary)

An elementary school teacher guides us through her daily classroom routines and shows how consistency and structure are essential.

Classroom Management through Cooperative Groups

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Creating a Class Web Page
Carolyn Hornik

Are you looking for an effective means to communicate with students and their parents? A class web page can be just the tool you’ve been searching for. You can post homework assignments, a supply list, upcoming projects, student work samples, trips, a calendar, and special events. Include links to information students are studying and/or reliable student search engines for easy access to research resources. Post your educational philosophy along with expectations for the students in the class.

There are many web resources that enable teachers, even those with limited computer proficiency, to create a quick and easy class web page. The two listed below offer step by step directions for creating a class web page.

http://teacherweb.com/Intro.htm

http://schoolnotes.com/

Here is a quick and easy template to follow for a class web page:

http://teacherweb.com/AK/Appleton/Starter/

Here are step by step instructions from a classroom teacher on how she created her class web site:

http://busyteacherscafe.com/web_tutorial/webpage_tutorial2.htm

This web site describes the information a teacher needs to know before setting up a class web page:

http://electricteacher.com/classroomweb/steps.htm

To look at sample class web sites, log onto these web sites:

http://busyteacherscafe.com/class_sites.htm
http://electricteacher.com/classroomweb/index.htm

For those of you who are more adept at web design, here is a list of links to web editing software:

Claris HomePage
Microsoft FrontPage
Netscape Communicator
Adobe PageMill

A class web page allows parents to know, at a glance, all about the educational activities going on in their children’s classroom. It is an effective means for a teacher to disseminate information to students and parents. It is also an excellent venue for showcasing student work.

See also How I Created a Monster (Web-Site, That Is!) by Carl Sannito

 

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