qI have not seen a more teacher-friendly resource for using the Web in the classroom. The authors took both novices and experts into consideration. A must-have in every school.q -Elizabeth Alvarez, Math and Science Coach Chicago Public Schools, IL qA user-friendly tool on many levels. I would recommend this book to media specialists, instructional technology teachers, and district coordinators for both content and technology.q -April DeGennaro, Gifted Education Teacher Peeples Elementary School, Fayetteville, GA Translate Web technology into practical applications for the daily curriculum! Designed for novices and experienced users, this comprehensive guide includes all the need-to-know aspects of using the World Wide Web to support student learning. Making the Most of the Web in Your Classroom covers the language of the Web, describes Web-editing software, and shows how to use Web tools that offer unique learning opportunities for students. This book examines issues of student safety, appropriate qnetiquette, q and copyright and other legal considerations and provides field-tested strategies, examples, and reproducibles to help teachers create powerful learning opportunities. Educators will be able to meet ISTE NETS technology and content standards as they: Design and build Web sites Help students develop their own Internet projects Evaluate and manage Web projects Featuring a list of key terms in each chapter, this timely resource will motivate your students and help make technology a seamless part of your classroom instruction.a teachera#39;s guide to blogs, podcasts, wikis, pages, and sites Timothy D. Green, Abbie Brown, LeAnne Robinson. Green, T. ... Retrieved July 18, 2007, from http:// www.uni-mannheim, de/users/bibsplit/search_tools/body.html McKenzie, J. (1995 ).
|Title||:||Making the most of the Web in your classroom|
|Author||:||Timothy D. Green, Abbie Brown, LeAnne Robinson|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Pr - 2007-11-28|