Brackets for Teachers

Brackets describes itself as a "modern, open source text editor that understands web design." It is mainly used to create text files such as html files, css files and javascript files that render on a web browser.

What does it do?

Teachers can use Brackets to make a simple HTML page in minutes, especially with the aid of W3schools.com. At this site, teachers can copy code and then paste it into Brackets to make a web site in seconds.

How is it useful?

For teachers, Brackets can be a powerful tool because they can make interactive pages with audio for video with an interactive user interface, which is something you cannot do on most text documents like Microsoft Word files.

Text editors like Brackets are also very useful tools for learning HTML for use on other platforms, such as LMSs like Moodle, Blackboard, Wordpress, or Blogger

You can download Brackets here.

 

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