Magazine article Multimedia Schools

NetTeaching

Magazine article Multimedia Schools

NetTeaching

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Online Collaboration

The Teacher's Guide to International Collaboration on the Internet

[http://www.ed.gov/Technology/guide/ international/index.html] contains online tools and resources organized by subject areas that will help teachers get started with or expand ongoing international collaborative activities. The page links to elementary, middle, and high school projects, as well as to organizations involved in international education via the Internet. The guide was developed as part of the Department of Education's International Education Initiative. U.S. Education Department, 800/USA-LEARN or http://www.ed.gov/.

Information-Literacy Skills

Follett Software's new free Web Links page [http://www.pathwaysmodel. com/resources/weblinks/] provides direct links to some of the best Web sites found by educators for help in teaching information-literacy skills. The page organizes the Web site information into six categories: information literacy, authentic learning, authentic resources, interactive learning, research, and Web-based tools. Follett Software Company, 800/323-3397 or http://www.fsc.follett.com/.

Professional Development

The Online Teacher Development Institutes

[http://www.teacherdev.com] from Apex Learning feature instructor-led online workshops designed to help states and school districts offer easy access to professional development. The Institutes are built to meet the specific needs of states and districts and are targeted to each teacher's experience level--from beginner to advanced. …

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