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Thursday, February 7, 2013

Does School Site Manager allow multiple user accounts?

Yes. School Site Manager allows you to create as many user accounts as you need and it provides a wide range of privileges to grant to users. You can authorize each teacher to maintain his or her own course material, coaches to maintain team descriptions, an administrator to manage the calendar, someone else to approve photo galleries and so on.

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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

School Site Manager is used via Web browser. Does this mean that anyone can edit my site's content?

No. Access to School Site Manager is password-protected. Users must sign into School Site Manager with a valid username and password to edit your website content.

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Monday, February 4, 2013

I see that I can add a lot of information about a class section, but I teach several sections of the same class. Do I have to re-enter all of that information for each section?

No. School Site Manager has two capabilities to save you work in this regard.

  • You can direct School Site Manager to selectively copy anything - links, files, calendar events and so on - from one section to another. This is handy for sharing among several teachers in the same department with similar but not identical course content.
  • You can declare sections to be identical. When changes are made to a course section, they are also made automatically to all other sections that are declared identical to the first.

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Monday, February 4, 2013

Can School Site Manager help me run my school more efficiently?

Yes. The Facilities Reservations component and the Cafeteria Menus component are examples of features that are real timesavers.

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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Can School Site Manager help me manage my classroom?

Yes. School Site Manager provides many tools for managing your classroom and for improving communication with students and their parents. School Site Manager includes:

  • Hyperlink management for each class section to reference and enrichment sites
  • Uploadable files for each section, often used as a repository for all handouts
  • A dynamic calendar for each class section including not just one-day events such as tests, but also multi-day spans such as the duration of major portions of a course or the span from assignment to due date of a term project.
  • A Syllabus Builder option for creating a calendar of daily lesson plans, then reusing it for other sections and other semesters
  • Frequently Asked Questions for each section to help students at any time
  • Photo galleries attached to a section
  • Information about class policies, grading, requirements, objectives and so on.

 With School Site Manager your school Web site becomes so functional and so easy to maintain that it can serve as your school's information hub. All this information not only benefits the student but helps parents keep abreast of class plans and events. Better communication among teachers, students and parents leads to better learning.

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Friday, February 1, 2013

What does School Site Manager do?

School Site Manager helps you create, maintain and manage a highly functional school Web site with a minimum of effort.

School Site Manager has provided for the typical kinds of information a school Web site needs: information about departments, courses, sections, teachers, extracurriculars, calendars of events, the PTA and announcements. It also provides for functions such as scheduling cafeteria menus and reserving facilities. It includes fun functions such as photo galleries and student profiles that anyone can create. It makes it easy to manage text pages such as school descriptions, policies and student handbook. Finally, it makes it easy to create and update other miscellaneous pages you may require.

School Site Manager keeps you in control. Anyone can create calendar events, photo galleries, profiles or announcements, but they appear only with administration approval. Teachers and coaches are authorized to maintain their own course and extracurricular information, and it's as easy as filling out Web forms. The development and maintenance bottleneck is gone.

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Friday, February 1, 2013

What was School Site Manager designed to do?

School Site Manager was originally designed to fix the most common school site problems. Often, a site starts out well but, since it's too difficult to maintain, the information on the site grows outdated. Also, a site might start with a functional, professional design, but when many people with limited skill make changes, the site soon becomes like a crazy quilt of ideas with no coherence. The cure? It takes three things:

  1. Make information easy to enter and update.
  2. Enable the people with the most information and the strongest motivation to enter information.
  3. Control the system with simple approval processes and with automatic design enforcement so the right information appears in the right design form.

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