The Internet makes available an unparalleled, and seemingly unlimited, repository of resources and ideas for social studies teachers. This book provides guidance and explores how the Internet can become an essential element in a teacher's repertoire of tools for engaging students in social studies curriculum. Chapters in the book are: (1) qEffective Internet Searchingq (Barbara Brehm); (2) qThe Webmaster's Taleq (Tim Dugan); (3) qThe Classroom Websiteq (Timothy A. Keiper and Linda Bennett); (4) qTeaching Historyq (C. Frederick Risinger); (5) qThe Virtual Tourq (Eileen Giuffre Cotton); (6) qTeaching Geographyq (Cheryl L. Mason and Marsha Alibrandi); (7) qCreating Teledemocracyq (Bruce Larson and Timothy A. Keiper); (8) qCivic Educationq (Bruce Larson and Angie Harwood); (9)qEconomics Educationq (Lawrence A. Weiser and Mark C. Schug); (10) qGlobal Educationq (Bob Coulson and Alma Vallisneri); (11) qGlobal Issuesq (Gregory A. Levitt); (12) qArt-Based Resourcesq (David B. Williams); (13) qMulticulturalism and the Internetq (Deborah A. Byrnes and Grace Huerta); (14) qTeacher Educationq (D. Mark Myers); (15) qProblem-Based Learningq (Anthony W. Lorsbach and Fred Basolo, Jr.); (16) qCitizenship Projectsq (John W. Saye and John D. Hoge); (17) qCivic-Moral Developmentq (Joseph A. Braun, Jr.); (18) qSafe Web Explorationq (Michael Berson and Eileen Berson); and (19) qAssessmentq (Pat Nickell). (Each chapter contains references.) (BT)Storyboarding consists of creating a diagram that represents the sitea#39;s organizational structure. The artistic and creative ... Use the latest version of Adobe Photoshop for effective design of graphics for the web. The graphics in Photoshop areanbsp;...
|Title||:||Surfing Social Studies|
|Author||:||Joseph A. Braun, C. Frederick Risinger|
|Publisher||:||National Council for the Social - 1999|