The question to ask then is what is represented online by a school’s unique culture and ethos, through its main website, classroom microsites, social media pages, multimedia documents and other digital assets?
Applying effective use of content strategists to educational contexts
Participation in my professional association became a natural context for finding my first opportunity to write articles and go onto writing textbooks. One of my first realisations was how as a teacher-author I structured knowledge into a logical experience for my peers and for the students who benefit from the use of my resources.
Prologue The role of teacher-author has a long history, which this article can’t hope to do full justice.The timeline is created to explore the evolving nature of educational authoring and publishing contexts. As a theatre historian, I believe in the power of telling cultural histories. I know that to ‘remember’ valuable ideas and practices in…
The Drama Victoria website holds a substantial list of nearly 200 HELPFUL LINKS. They explore the value of arts and drama education from a number of sources: academic research, arts & education blogs, theatre links and key education issues that impact how drama is currently viewed within the Australian and Victorian curricula.
How do you manage the overwhelming amount of online information and resources for the best impact educationally?
A picture is worth a thousand words. An interface is worth a thousand pictures. Content strategist, Kristina Halvorson.
A review of thirty South Australian school websites asks what constitutes an engaging and useful school website?