|Integrating Productivity Tools in Primary and Secondary Education|
PLEASE CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING IN EXPANDING THIS OUTLINE:
1. Describe the physical setting
2. Deal separately with the two class levels (11-12 and 9)
3. For each level, describe students, goals, tools, experiences; perhaps step-by-step or perhaps by isolated significnts, evaluating students and faculty
4. Summarize: discuss, predict,
AP US American History (grades 11
and 12) US National State and Local Government (Grade 9)
286, 396 and 486 Personal Computers,
the Internet's World Wide Web and e-mail. Also, scanner for digitizing
photographs, graphics programs, and HTML editors.
The students developed essays and
home pages that can be accessed by any scholar or individual.
Reviews of student essays, poetry, artwork, and fiction are encouraged.
The instructor reviews and posts student work to the school web
site, and receives critiques from web site visitors; these reviews
are then passed on to the students. Students also engage in reviews
of work performed by volunteer classes.
To review these projects, please
visit these sites on the world wide web:
AP US History 9th grade US Government
The US Government material was developed
as part of a year-long interdisciplinary project entitled "Prejudice
Reduction Through Global Telecommunications."
1. Have adequate hardware on hand
for student work: PCs or Macs with HTML editors.
2. Give students as much chance for
involvement in the development of the school's website. Student
projects in class can be integrated with learning on-line skills
such as research on the Internet, HTML development, and graphics
3. Give teachers adequate training and allow all segments of the faculty involvement in on-line projects.
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