Make a website that has an attractive and modern design. Your entire website will have a coherent design throughout all its pages, which entails consistency of color pallets, fonts, and buttons. High-quality templates appear modern and besides, they are adaptable to the screens of different dimensions and resolutions, from smartphone displays to desktop computer screens.
Select one of the website templates categorized as “Education.” They have a ready-made structure. Should you need an additional block, for instance, a photo gallery, you will be able to add it with just one click.
A pastel color palette would suit a teacher website better, just to make sure the design does not divert attention from the primary information on the website.
Place text into off-the-rack blocks on the website. Split the text into paragraphs, include bullet points, use bold text to highlight key information. Just remember, it is essential to mention only relevant information. Afterward, proofread your website for grammar errors.
Use the pictures of you to illustrate a demo lesson or an event. Should you have none, you will be able to find the images that meet the context criteria in our free library.
Your website is ready to get published! Please, consider sharing the link to access the website with your students and their parents once you have some important messages to provide. If you want to use your website to find a job, you have got yourself a resume with the website itself.
Under the circumstances when a global shift in the education system occurs and education goes online, a website can be a proper tool to always stay in touch and deliver the news not just to the students but also to their parents.
A website can tell all the necessary information about yourself as a teacher, such as educational background, teaching methods, prices, and the time when you are available for conducting classes.
A one-page site listing your achievements should suffice to have this need met.
This page is dedicated to you. Therefore, on a landing page, feature a picture of yourself and a brief greeting note. Further on, specify what and how you teach.
● If you are a school teacher, describe several lessons: how they go and what your approach to education is.● If you are a tutor, you will have to specify the subjects and courses you teach and per class price.
Be sure to feature your professional rewards, diplomas, and certificates, on your website. It is possible to upload them as images. Your achievements allude to your experience and professional level.
Specify the following contact information: address, phone number, email, and instant messengers. We recommend adding a contact form (so that the website visitors can leave their questions).
Since a blog is a section of a website, seek not to consider it as a separate page. A blog would consist of many distinct pages, where you will be able to talk more about your area of expertise.
You will be able to make a professionally looking teacher website by using the following features of the free subscription on the Weblium website builder:
● 300+ customizable templates and 200+ ready-to-use blocks;● 2 million free images and over 50 thousand icons;● unlimited number of pages;● continues and trouble-free operation of your website 24/7.
Pro subscription charges a monthly fee of $8.25. It would grant you access to advanced features, such as connecting a domain, indexation of your website by search engines, and contact forms integration.
With a ready-to-use template, it is possible to build a website in about thirty minutes. However, if you want to add more pages and a blog, content preparation may take a while.
If you want to be of service to both students and parents, a website should consist of several pages. For example, in a case like that, you might want to have separate pages with the information for parents and students.
A one-page site should suffice a tutor’s needs. Be sure to add separate blocks on the page containing all the necessary information, such as experience, educational background, and teaching methods.
To pique the students’ interest, consider the following methods for presenting information:
● important announcements, such as test deadlines or class postponements;● lesson plans so that both students and parents can understand what material you are currently studying (of use to the absent students as well);● useful resources, namely, resources of your own making, links to the information necessary to prepare for a class (including videos and to download books).