Frequently Asked Questions
Why are you creating Web for Classrooms?
What is the difference between Google and Web for Classrooms?
What do the coloured circles on top of the search results page mean?
Who can use Web for Classrooms?
Why can't I find what I'm looking for?
We were not able to find any suitable web pages about the topic you were looking for. Please, let us know if you managed to find suitable information about this topic using tools other than Web for Classrooms. Submit a new website
We were not able to find information about the topic you are looking for that uses language that is suited for your reading level. You might want to try a higher reading level. Please, let us know your topic for which you could not find readable information and we will work on enriching Web for Classrooms for this topic area. Contact us at email@example.com.
Can I watch YouTube videos via Web for Classrooms?
What can I do when I’m missing a website on Web for Classrooms?
What are your plans?
Web for Classrooms will never be finished. We keep adding new websites as much as possible. And we keep thinking of new ways to add value for students and teachers. These are the things we are working on right now.
- A teacher’s version of Web for Classrooms in which information can be found through a Curriculum interface.
- Topic search: browse Web for Classrooms by topics.
Who created Web for Classrooms?
‘Web for Classrooms’ was created by Wizenoze, a technology company that aims to facilitate access to a more relevant, reliable and readable internet for children, young adults, speakers of other languages, and older learners.
Wizenoze was founded in September 2013 and is based in Amsterdam and London. The team consists of 15 International Scientists (Ph.D’s), Teachers, Information Specialists, Developers and Marketing. Wizenoze have been granted prestigious innovation funding awards from Google and the Dutch Government.