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Using Resources
  Introduction
  Welcome
  Objectives
  Prepare the Way
  Web Team
  Publishing Policy
  Student Permission
  Find a Host
  Copyright Issues
  Gather Resources
  Design Your Site
  Brainstorm Content
  Web Design
  Assessment Rubric
  Explore Examples
  Re-evaluate
  Storyboard
  Name Files/Folders
  Develop Your Site
  Page Layout
  Navigation
  Add Graphics
  Credibility
  Bring Traffic
  Site Interaction
  Evaluate Your Site
  Deliver
  Announcing
  Who Is Visiting
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Designing Your School Web Site

Designing Your School Web Site

Rubrics for Assessing Web Sites
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Now that you have identified what you should include and what you should avoid when creating your webpages, the next step is assessing other web pages. Below is a link to three rubrics designed for different student age groups, that you and your students can use to assess websites. You can download and use these rubrics to teach your students how to evaluate the design of web pages.

These rubrics should not be used everytime students are using Internet resources. Instead, they should only be used as a tool to teach students what qualifies as good web page design, then as they use Internet resources they can begin to identify why some web pages/web sites are better than others.

Visit this page for additional assessment tips and download three different rubrics designed for elementary, intermediate and senior high students:

 

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