Presentation on theme: "Integrating Faculty Web Pages into Classroom Teaching Host: David A. Pierce Presenter: Paul M. Yun."— Presentation transcript:
Integrating Faculty Web Pages into Classroom Teaching Host: David A. Pierce Presenter: Paul M. Yun
Overview Introduction: Some benefits of web Exploring examples Discussion How one can actually create her/his own web page
Introduction: Some benefits of web
A powerful way to extend classroom teaching & learning Link to a useful website Example1: Links to different calculator model sites (math courses) Example2:Links to foreign language sites (foreign languages)
A powerful way to enhance teaching & learning Example1: Teaching & learning 3-D figures using Mathematica (math courses) Example2: Chatting in a foreign language (foreign language courses)
Access to the class information Anytime and anywhere Example1: Access to course syllabus Example2: Access to updated course grade Example3: Access to handouts for course materials such as writing assignment or lab instruction.
Virtual communication Between instructor and student Between student and student Example1: Example2: chat (writing, vocal, video) Example3: bulletin board
Exploring examples Search for interesting features that can help classroom teaching and learning. ECC faculty website Paul Yun’s website If you visit Paul’s website, I suggest to check out how I made a progress by visiting Spring 2000, Summer 2000, and Fall If you visit Paul’s website, for Mathematica application click on Math 6A on Fall 2000.
Discussion Step 1: Choose an interesting faculty website. Step 2: Explain what qualities make the site worthwhile. Step 3: Discuss how one can improve the site. Step 4: Discuss whether it is worthwhile to use the faculty website in classroom teaching.
How one can actually create her/his own web page How to create a website using Microsoft FrontPage: Contact: Donna Manno (Staff Development) Call 3868 or How to post the website on the internet: Contact: Sheryl Kimball (Technical Specialist) Call 3264 or