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T and L websites (lecture 1)
T and L websites (lecture 1)
T and L websites (lecture 1)
T and L websites (lecture 1)
T and L websites (lecture 1)
T and L websites (lecture 1)
T and L websites (lecture 1)
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T and L websites (lecture 1)

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  • 1. T&L WebsiteMiles BerryApril 2013
  • 2. A website needs to be created to support aNewly QualifiedTeacher (NQT) in one ofthe following areas:Behaviour for LearningOrEffective Assessment in the Primary School
  • 3. Assessment criteriaknowledge and understanding of thetopic area of your choice includingrecent initiatives and debates40%the ability to identify and analyseexamples of good practice drawing onrelevant reading and research40%the ability to create an effectivewebsite from a technical perspective20%
  • 4. An excellent website• open with a home page outlining the rationale of the website (500words);• include your name and student number;• have a clear navigation structure, making it easy to access the websitecontents;• have well designed pages that suit reading from the screen;• show some attention to principles of good design;• make use of images and other media, where appropriate;• include links to other websites, where appropriate;• be written in a style appropriate to the web and which makes itaccessible to your target audience;• be accessible through a web browser alone without additional softwarebeing used.
  • 5. Project plan• Evidence• Reading• Planning• Content• Text• Links• Media• Layout and design
  • 6. From placement“recent initiatives and debates”“identify and analyse examples ofgood practice”• School policy• Interviews• Photos, audio, videoBut only with permission!
  • 7. Site plan
  • 8. PlatformsWordpress - wordpress.comGoogle Sites - sites.google.comWix - wix.comWeebly - www.weebly.comiWebThimble - thimble.webmaker.orgBootstrap - twitter.github.com/bootstrap

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