Your portfolio

...provides the opportunity for several different activities from sharing materials you've created to allowing for reflection on what you've been learning. In this course, we will create the structure for that portfolio, and you will use it as a portal for the course.

One option is to use the templates provided by William and Mary to create three pages:
  • Homepage
  • Resume
  • Professional Competencies
Create your starting page at William and Mary (5) (Help files are here)

Student Teaching Competencies

Possible Portfolio Guidelines

Electronic Portfolios Links to Sample Electronic Portfolios

Information about developing Electronic Portfolios

K-12 Student Portfolios

Web Page Stuff

Web Pages
1. Common mistakes to avoid when creating a Web Site. **** and ****. On the latter, **** is especially handy.
2. Some of you may have seen this, but it bears continued scrutiny: **the worst website in the world**.
3. Dreamweaver tutorial-
4. Plan it, Design it, Put Your Web Site to Work
5. Teacher Created Web Sites
6. Web Design References
7. Delicious "Web Design"


What is HTML?
HTML, or HyperText Markup Language, is the code used to write webpages. To denote various elements in an HTML document, you use tags. HTML tags consist of a left angle bracket (< ), a tag name, and a right angle bracket (>). The slash and right angle bracket closes the tag(/>). This tells the browser how to display text and images in a document.
Here are the basic parts of an HTML Document:
The HTML pair of tags tells the web browser when the HTML document begins and ends.
The HEAD of tags contains the header information.
The title of your page is placed between the TITLE tags. It will show up in the title bar in the browser window.
The BODY holds all the information that will be displayed on the webpage.