It's designed to be a help for busy teachers who would like to become part
of the web community but have limited time, training and access for getting
a web page organized and published.
There is still more material to be added, but the site presently includes
suggestions for planning your site, a number of backgrounds, a link to an
inexpensive shareware tool for organizing your HTML and graphics files and
An "Art Gallery", which could also be used for displaying team pictures,
etc. or for an easy index to the contents of a page (requires a
A school calendar template (table)
A science lesson (rain forest research) (links but no graphics at this time).
A tester for viewing the effects of colored text and graphics against varied
backgrounds (uses tables).
I am especially interested in:
*using a browser for local web pages on computers with no internet connection
If you have information to share on either of these topics, I would like to
hear from you.
Please give the page a look and maybe download some of the files to give to
a fellow teacher who has a computer but no internet connection.
Lily Kerns (CWKerns)
Visit: The Busy Teacher's Web Kit