Tech is becoming a big part of our daily lives. The education space is no different, and teacher websites are becoming popular bridges for communicating with students, whether you see them in a brick-and-mortar classroom or a virtual one.
Whether it’s online classes, laptops in the classroom or multimedia-based lessons, the ways we teach and learn are continuously evolving. This is a lesson that the COVID-19 pandemic has certainly made clear to educators nationwide.
A website is your learning hub as a modern-day educator.
Luckily, several tools can greatly improve or help you build your website, without having to learn any new technical skills.
Whether you’re a full-time teacher looking for a better way to deliver course materials or a part-time tutor who’s trying to build up your side hustle, this article can help.
Below you’ll learn why every modern educator today needs a website, along with five tips you can use to create or improve your site.
Why every teacher needs a website
Whether it’s your first year teaching or you’ve been involved in education for years, creating a website can be a valuable career move. Even creating something as simple as a blog can help you advance