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1 Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet to Fit Curricular Goals Barb Randolph Cape Public Schools August 19, 2002

2 Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 2 START with the Curriculum Technology is a TOOL to achieve specific learning objectives List specific local, state, and national standards when creating projects Replace a lesson that needs improvement or enhance a lesson Consider TIME restraints

3 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 3 A Quick Definition of Web Content n/apptypes.html n/apptypes.html

4 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 4 Hierarchy of Web Activities See filamentalityfilamentality

5 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 5 Hotlist: W eb Page Listing Useful Sites Advantages: saves valuable classroom time by finding relative sites for students in advance teacher previews and selects material that is age appropriate Example China on the Net Frank Potters Science Gems More Info

6 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 6 Scrapbook Product Students Create Using Web Resources Advantages: Student-centered Multimedia possibilities Example Exploring China: A Multimedia Scrapbook Bienvenue: A Virtual Tour of Paris More info

7 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 7 Treasure Hunt: Series of Knowledge Building Searches Leading to The Big Question Advantages: Engages students in synthesis of knowledge Example: The Treasures of China Black History Past to Present: An Interactive Treasure Hunt More Info:

8 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 8 Sampler: Exploration of Variety of Topics Advantages: Allows students to express personal perspectives while building knowledge Example: My China More Info:

9 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 9 WebQuest: Inquiry-Oriented Activity Advantages: Higher-level thinking is integral Collaboration Example: My China Searching For China More Info:

10 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 10 WebQuests in Our Future: The Teachers Role in Cyber Space webquests/frame0001.htm What is a Web Quest?

11 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 11 How to Create a Web Quest The Web Quest Page ***** Home Page for San Diego State University's Web Quest resources Road Map Power Point Start here for step-by-step directions for Web Quest creation Building Blocks Defines each section of Web Quests and gives examples

12 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 12 WebQuest Examples Matrix of examples Examples of WebQuests from main WebQuest page sorted by grade level and content area Wagons Ho! A Collaborative Example for Upper Elementary web_quest.htm

13 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 13 Creating Your Own Web Activities Filamentality Templates How do I create a collaborative internet project? by Kathy Schrock Kathy Schrocks Guide for Educators – a list of award-winning sites by content area & resources

14 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 14 Web-bits: Short, Learning-based Activities Web-bits…..just a little bit of the web Created by Cheryl Davis, Hazelwood Central High School The Way Cool Water Cycle

15 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 15 References Davis, Cheryl. Web-bits...just a little bit of the web. Accessed 16 August Dodge, Bernie. The WebQuest Page. 28 February Accessed 26 June 2001 & 15 August Filamentality: Helping You Add Your Own Filament to the Web. Schrock, Kathleen. Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators. 1 June Accessed 15 August SBC Pacific Bell Knowledge Network Explorer. A Quick Definition of Application Types. Accessed 16 August 2002.

16 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 16 Additional Ways to Use the Internet

17 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 17 Literacy Online: Using Message Boards David Hofmeister and Matt Thomas, Central Missouri State from October 2001, Missouri Educational Technology Conference Recommend using Message Boards BlackBoard to improve literacy. BlackBoard Based on reader-response theory Their research indicates that the quality of student responses depended on the teacher- initiated prompt.

18 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 18 Advantages to Message Board Use: Advantages: Allows 100% participation in discussion Higher-level thinking is goal Increases the level of thought as students have time for reflection Process becomes part of the product More Information

19 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 19 Interactive Reading Analysis Suggestions from Dianne Tinucci, English instructor at Lafayette High School from October 2001, Missouri Educational Technology Conference Diane Tinucci utilizes a technique she terms "HyperPoetry." Works well for any short work which students need to analyze. Students create a web page demonstrating their analysis of the work by linking to relevant enrichment information as well as to student generated commentary to student- highlighted passages. See examples below: Hyper Rivers Hypermandias-Multimedia Presentation-Tinucci

20 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 20 Tips for Internet in the Classroom Building Good New Ideas Recommends moving from trivial pursuit to meaningful questions Suggestions from Jamie McKenzie, editor of From Now On, technology journal from October 2001, Missouri Educational Technology Conference

21 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 21 Useful Sites for Teachers Success Link Technology Related Lessons Rubrics Made Easy Online Games & Quizzes One Computer Classroom MarcoPolo

22 August 19, 2002Cyber Curriculum: Integrating the Internet 22 Good Luck Weaving Web Resources into Your Curriculum!!


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