Internet Resources

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Internet I:  An Introduction to the Internet for Teaching

Internet II:  Internet Resources for Teaching and Learning
Internet III:  Engaging Student Learning with On-Line Activities

 

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Internet I:  An Introduction to the Internet for Teaching

An Introduction to the Internet for Teaching Participants will learn the basics of the World Wide Web. They will learn how to navigate the Internet using a browser. Learn how to perform searches, using both simple and advanced methods, and discover the advantages and limitations of search engines.  Other topics will include the anatomy of a web address (URL), detecting plagiarism, and citing Internet sources. 

Workshop Objectives: 
1. Discuss the origin of the Internet 
2. Define common Internet terms 
3. Navigate the Internet using a browser.
4. Understand what a primary source document is 
5. Explore and utilize popular search engines 
6. Identify inappropriate web sites - website evaluation.
7. Discover resources of age appropriate web sites 
8. Discuss how a particular web site can be integrated into their curriculum 

Internet Background and Terms

Primary Source Documents

Search Engines

Evaluating and Citing Web Resources

Plagiarism

Resources for Your Curriculum

 


Internet II:  Internet Resources for Teaching and Learning

Internet Resources for Teaching and Learning Participants will locate, evaluate and explore Internet resources to enhance their curriculum. This workshop will provide a list of resources that will assist you in developing lesson plans, creating rubrics, calendars, quizzes and other on-line activities. In addition participants will explore on-line activities that will engage their students. 

Developing Lesson Plans/Units

Teacher Tools

  • Filamentality - http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/fil/formats.html - Filamentality helps you integrate the Internet into your handouts, research, lessons, and activities. Students and other teachers can access your pages from any Internet connected computer.  Format include: Hotlist, Scrapbook, Hunt, Sampler, or WebQuest.

  • 4Teachers - http://www.4teachers.org/ - 4Teachers.org works to help you integrate technology into your classroom by offering FREE online tools and resources. This site helps teachers locate and create ready-to-use Web lessons, quizzes, rubrics and classroom calendars.  See Rubistar, Assign-A-Day, and QuizStar below.

Rubrics

Calendars

Quizzes/Worksheets

On-Line Activities

General

Subject Specific

 


Internet III:  Engaging Student Learning with On-Line Activities

This workshop will provide teachers with ideas and resources for incorporating projects and on-line activities into their curriculum. On-line projects will be explored from various content areas and grade levels.  

Projects

On-Line Activities

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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