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How can schools create websites for students?

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Schools can create websites for students by utilizing platforms such as Edmodo.com and EduBlogs.com. GoAnimate.com allows schools to make and post animated videos for the classroom.

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Edmodo.com allows teachers to make websites that both students and parents can access. The website allows teachers to create a blended learning classroom and share their resources. Classes can also join global learning communities. The free registration involves entering an email address and creating a password. From there, teachers set up their classrooms and add users to the site.

EduBlogs.com is a site powered by WordPress. The CampusPress platform allows schools to set up websites, feature blogs and save e-portfolios. Teachers can create student accounts, moderate student posts and comments, organize students in groups and leave private comments on student writing. The site features detailed user reports and access to the worldwide WordPress blogging community.

Schools sign up for the EduBlogs services. Teachers then set up their classrooms and either invite students to join or create accounts for them. Teachers can post assignments, calendars, resources and class news on the website. Students publish their work on the private platform.

GoAnimate.com allows schools to provide a safe online environment for creating class videos. Student videos are only available within the school's network. Only people invited by the school or teacher can publish or even view the videos.

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