|Mrs. Piggott's Class|
I believe teaching is a collaborative effort, so I have created this blog to jumpstart conversations between teachers, administrators and acadmics about tools to help in the teaching process and to contribute to keeping students engaged.
I believe that Weebly for Educators has the ability to innovate how we relay information to our students. As a student, I love having the ability to go back and double check that I had the right information or that I'm not missing an assignment. Creating a website for the classroom gives teachers the ability to help students at home, on the go, or assist them in their own problem solving. It allows you to post homework, class documents and information, have parents and students contact you, and to create an open environment for students. It also lets you post video, lectures, or slides from classes, so that students can look back and make sure they grasped the right information. I've been woking hard to create a site that is not only user friendly, but also has features that makes students want to come back to the site and learn. Weebly allows me as a future teacher to be helpful, informational, and current with the technology that students are using.
Sarah Anthony graduated from Michigan State University in Social Studies Education. She strongly believes in student-centered activities and encourages continuing success by communicating with parents, staff, and administration.