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Using interactive Internet sites in teaching

Dan H. Wishnietsky

Using interactive Internet sites in teaching

by Dan H. Wishnietsky

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Published by Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation in Bloomington, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Internet in education

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 45-46).

    Statementby Dan H. Wishnietsky.
    SeriesFastback -- 525
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46 p. :
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13634581M
    ISBN 100873679075
    OCLC/WorldCa57364545

    In-class use: Instructor integrating web sites into teaching of lesson (projecting sites on to the screen) Having students use specific sites during class, either working in groups, using their laptops, or in computer lab, with one or two students per computer. This work is derivative of “Interactive Techniques” by Kevin Yee, used under CC-BY-NC-SA. This work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-SA by UCF’s Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning. Interactive Techniques Adapted in part from: Angelo, Thomas/K. Patricia Cross. Classroom Assessment Techniques. 2nd Edition. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, File Size: KB.

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Using interactive Internet sites in teaching by Dan H. Wishnietsky Download PDF EPUB FB2

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 46 pages: illustrations ; 18 cm. Contents: Introduction --The interactive website --Locating interactive web pages --The format of interactive websites --Web-based activities in the classroom --Conclusion Title: Fastback, Responsibility. The goal of teachers is to find interactive web pages with appropriate content for their class, to eval- uate the site for suitability, and to use only the sites that strengthen the curriculum and enhance learning.

Interactive Web-Based Activities. Incorporating the Internet into your classroom provides students with more opportunities to structure their own learning.

Students are able to define their learning needs, find information, assess its value, build their own knowledge base, and communicate their discoveries. there are several ways you can use web pages in the classroom: as printed pages in cases where there is no computers or where there is a limited access to the net.

Teachers can just print out a couple of pages containing the targeted items they need to use in the classroom and then zerox it for the rest of the class to have. Developing educational websites: investigating internet use by students and teachers.

In Nardi, E. (ed) Proceedings of Thinking, Evaluating, Rethinking, ICOM-CECA Conference, Rome • Some had to book computer rooms in a separate learning room which often involved sharing the room with another class;File Size: 30KB.

These sites should allow you to introduce or review content directly related to your learning objectives on the topic that you're teaching right now. If you find a great site for a future unit, bookmark it and move on. Assemble a personal collection.

Use a social bookmarking system such as Delicious to. Furthermore, because of the attractive characteristics of the internet, some Engineering level teachers are trying to use the web to assist in interactive teaching, research and learning in recent years.

The use of the internet for interactive teaching and learning is relatively recent. The first materials appeared in the early s. The site also offers ready-made lesson plans, webinars, videos, and more.

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Their site has entry points for both teachers and. Webquest is an inquiry-based approach to learning and a perfect way for teachers to begin integrating Internet searches into their curriculum. It provides an authentic, technology-rich environment for problem solving and information processing.

A web quest guides students to search the Internet for specific information. Class Websites. Class websites are a teaching method for teachers to students and parents. Teachers can use these websites to expand upon what they are teaching in the classroom.

These sites are a means of reaching out to students and they can clarify and give direction about lessons to parents. Interactive whiteboard resources are a great way for teachers to engage classrooms in learning. While many teachers are spending hours a day creating their own activities for their interactive whiteboards, there are tons of free sources to help teachers learn about and use IWBs with students to further their use of technology in the classroom.

Here is a list of some great interactive. BBC - Interactive Language Arts Lessons at the BBC - Reading, English Basics worksheets - Teaching reinforcement and review, Schoolhouse: English and Language Arts - Lesson plans and Internet resources in the areas of Poetry, Reading, and Writing. The site also includes Internet resources in the areas of Literature, Philosophy, and Plays.

Before using the internet in class, check any sites that you will be asking the students to use. During the lesson, monitor the students carefully Finally - have fun and be creative!/5(13).

Using the Internet in Education – Strengths and Weaknesses It is important that teachers have knowledge in the use of the Internet in planning/teaching for two reasons.

First, a teacher who makes use of the Internet as an additional teaching tool will use the Internet in the classroom since some students are very ICT competent. The File Size: KB. Top 10 Internet Uses in Teaching and LearningByDenise JamesEDU eBook is an electronic version of a traditional print book THIS can be read by using a personal computer or by using an eBook reader.

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Using English – This site has a long list of pdf lesson plans for different levels. This is one of the few sites with test prep materials which are crucial for English language learners looking to study : Anne Merritt. Democracy Web: The site features an interactive world map and an online study guide for teachers.

Designed for use with upper secondary- and lower college-level students, this resource provides an overview of the principles of democracy and their origins, as well as an examination of how a variety of contemporary political systems function.

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Advantages of this technology: Less risk of troubles (what you need is a browser and an internet connection) No constant internet connection is needed 4. Possible uses of websites: As printed pages, with no computers With one computer with an internet connection In a computer lab with a set of networked and connected computers.

Use of computers and new technologies have become a crucial part of learning as well as teaching. E-learning today has been a key factor in various industries and teaching is one among them; especially teaching language. E-learning has redefined some strategies and concepts of teaching that have enabled the teaching community to perform better.Teaching with the Web - This is a compilation of ideas for using WWW resources as a language teaching tool.

Some of the areas offered are: web activities, language specific activities and teaching resources. The Best Websites For ESL Students in - helpful list of the best websites for ESL students.