Skip to main content

5 W's of Evaluating a Website

In a world where creating a website is as easy as clicking "create site", it is really important to get our students to really look at the resource before they take it as the truth. Therefore, part of any research project should be teaching students how to evaluate a website before they use it. During the MLTI flipped classroom workshop that I'm attending today, I came across a simple Prezi on Knowmia that a Kara Heichelbech. I could see it as being a very useful way of showing students how to look at sites very easily. It is a bit more drawn out, but could be used to get a conversation started with the different questions that it asks. Check it out!


Most Popular Blog Posts

Hide Dropped Students in Infinite Campus

I had a teacher ask me if there was a way to hide or remove students who are no longer in your class. The answer is maybe. It depends on if they are officially dropped from your class and appearing as red in your roster and gradebook. If not, then no, you cannot remove them until they have been unenrolled from the class. If the student is showing up as red in your gradebook though, you can hide them so you don't have to worry about them. Here is a screenshot to help you do it:

Keynote Interactivity (and my 200th post)

When I talked with teachers about Nearpod last week, there was a teacher at the highschool who really wants to keep his animations within Keynote while having the interactivity like Nearpod . I told him that I'd look into it to see what was possible. Short story: I'm not having any luck at all.

Build with Chrome (Lego Building Time!)

If you are like me, you spent countless hours when you were young building with legos . If you were a parent of kids like me, you spent countless hours vacuuming up those little pieces or hunting for them with your bare feet in the middle of the night (ouch!). When I heard about Build with Chrome yesterday, you can understand why my eyes lit up. What is Build with Chrome? It's this: