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Teaching With the Internet: Putting Teachers Before Technology. ePub download

by Douglas Steen

  • Author: Douglas Steen
  • ISBN: 0945264194
  • ISBN13: 978-0945264194
  • ePub: 1338 kb | FB2: 1143 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Resolution Business Pr (April 1, 1995)
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Teaching With the Internet: Putting Teachers Before Technology. ePub download

334 pages : 22 cm. "The role of the Internet and the World Wide Web in the process and purpose of education. Strategies for using the Internet to enhance learning in the classroom. Why you should consider using the Internet.

334 pages : 22 cm. The Internet's strengths and weaknesses as a teaching tool. Real-life examples of how other teachers are already putting the Internet to work. A selection of useful Internet resources for teachers"-Cover. Includes bibliographical references (pages 325-327) and index.

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Teaching With the Internet : Putting Teachers Before Technology. Douglas Steen; Paperback Written by a team of teachers, this book is designed for kindergarten through Grade 12 educators who are considering adding the Internet to their classroom toolkit. The authors discuss not only the how's but the why's-and, in some cases, the why-not's-of using the Internet effectively with students.

Chinese parents and teachers put an extremely large amount of pressure on students. Basically, you can’t run before you are able to crawl or walk. Should a student receive 98% on a test, the parents and teachers will focus more on the 2% that was not achieved. Why is that? In America for example, arts and crafts are heavily encouraged to enable students to think outside the box and creatively.

Written by a team of teachers, this book is designed for kindergarten through Grade 12 educators who are considering adding the Internet to their classroom toolkit. Library descriptions.

Teaching and technology E-ducation. IT IS possible to teach every branch of human knowledge with the motion picture, observed Thomas Edison in 1913, predicting that books would soon be obsolete in the classroom. In fact the motion picture has had little effect on education. The same, until recently, was true of computers

However, even with the limited DfEE definition it seems that interactive teaching is hard to achieve.

This paper examines different interpretations of interactive teaching, considers why such teaching is believed to be. more effective than approaches which place the teacher in a different role, and analyses the evidence concerning its. effectiveness. However, even with the limited DfEE definition it seems that interactive teaching is hard to achieve. Indeed, Galton, Hargreaves, Comber and Wall (1999) found that, since the advent of the National Curriculum in England, the amount of.

Written by a team of teachers, this book is designed for kindergarten through Grade 12 educators who are considering adding the Internet to their classroom toolkit. The authors discuss not only the how's but the why's--and, in some cases, the why-not's--of using the Internet effectively with students.