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Designing Your School Web Site

Designing Your School Web Site

Re-Evaluate Content to Include
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There is a two-step process in re-evaluating the content to include on your website:

1. Now that you have explored examples of educational websites created by schools, work with your school web team to re-evaluate content you want to include in your website. Brainstorming tips to help you record your ideas include:

brainstorm what to include

2. The second step is identifying your webpages' targeted audience. In other words, make sure that you have included webpages that have targeted your different audiences. Your audience will effect the design and content of your project. If your target is educators, your online resources will be different than if you were creating a page intended for students to use. It is better to offer a separate page for educators and another one for students if you are wanting to provide resources for both of these audiences.

If your audience is elementary level students, shorter pages with few activities on each page will be more "kid friendly" rather than a long list of activities on one page. The older the student or audience is, the more diversified your information can be on one page.


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