Today we'll look at adding pages to your blog.
The Why:For me, I wanted some static pages where I could copy and paste the Criteria and Indicators for quick reference - all right there in one place.
My school has re-classified the 2 over-arching Criteria into 5 areas as you can see from the screen-shot below:
I then also added a 6th page to include the Teacher's Council version and labeled it Practising Teacher Criteria.
If your school is using those as they are - I would advice setting up 2 pages as follows
PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS AND PROFESSIONAL VALUES
PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE IN PRACTICEShorten these titles for the button to something that makes sense to you. The full version can be at the top of the page itself. Copy and paste the indicators in from the Teacher's Council website here:
...and now The How:
|In the 'back-end' select 'Pages' from the left menu and click - NEW PAGE|
|Type in the title for the page and paste in content if you wish (you can do that later too) - click PUBLISH and repeat for more pages.|
|To make these new pages visible, go back down to layout and edit the Cross-Column gadget we added in the previous post - called Pages|
|Once ticked and ordered - SAVE|
Comment below if you have further questions for me or our community, or some advice you are happy to share.
Next time I'll post about why you should use labels and how to label your posts for easy finding / organising. Happy blogging everyone :)
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