Posts Tagged "teaching CSM for teacher"


I never teach web design without giving the students a project that makes sense. My assessments always, always, give a rewarding experience to the students, and promote interaction. My learning activities are designed to offer a personalized projects; where students choose their own, addressing both  “engaging students in the classroom” and giving them “the experience that is rewarding” when they see their site...

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While you are teaching it is not evident for students to understand IP addresses, robots, and crawlers. I found a good tools that would do just that, if you are teaching wordpress, as a web development tool. There is a plugin that I found interesting in term of getting students to understand the above; Statpress. Once it is installed and activated on the plugins directory, you can easily access it through the dash board. Why is...

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This article is based on my difficulties to get the students to create CMS websites and I guess will give an advice to Multimedia/Web Design tutors to get their students going with the learning of skills which are needed on the market. This a challenge that I have been trying to overcome to the last 3 years and this year I have managed to get the opportunity to get students to experiment directly with CMS. The experiment was quite...

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