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  • INTERNET USE IN OUR CLASSROOMS BY: MEGHAN FLANGAN
  • MAIN MENU
    • INTERNET ACCESS IN U.S.
    • PUBLIC SCHOOLS & CLASSROOMS 1994-2000
    • CULTURAL ISSUES OF THE INTERNET IN CLASSROOMS
    • LITERATURE-BASED COLLABORATIVE
    • INTERNET PROJECTS IN ELEMENTARY CLASSROOMS
    • CONCLUSION
  • INTERNET ACCESS IN U.S. PUBLIC SCHOOLS & CLASSROOMS 1994-2000
    • SCHOOLS ARE USING THE TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES ASSOCIATED WITH THE INTERNET TO THE FULLEST. STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO USE THE INTERNET MORE TODAY THAN EVER PREVIOUSLY ALLOWED IN CLASSROOMS.
  • INTERNET ACCESS IN U.S. PUBLIC SCHOOLS & CLASSROOMS 1994-2000
    • [RESULTS OF SCHOOL SURVEYS IN 2000]
    • 98 % WERE CONNECTED TO THE INTERNET.
    • 98 % HAD “ACCEPTABLE USE POLICIES” THAT BANNED CERTAIN INFORMATION OVER THE INTERNET.
    • 54 % ALLOWED STUDENTS TO USE THE INTERNET OUTSIDE OF REGULAR SCHOOL HOURS.
    • THE STUDENT-COMPUTER RATIO HAD CHANGED FROM 5-1 (IN 1994) TO 1-1.
  • INTERNET ACCESS IN U.S. PUBLIC SCHOOLS & CLASSROOMS 1994-2000
    • I THINK THAT THE GREAT INCREASE OF INTERNET AND COMPUTER USE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS IS ASTOUNDING. IT ALLOWS FOR STUDENTS TO BE BETTER ADJUSTED TO WORK-FORCE LIFE BECAUSE TECHNOLOGY IS SOMETIMES EVEN MORE COMMONLY USED IN THE WORKPLACE THAN IN SCHOOL. SCHOOLS SHOULD HAVE SUCH A WIDE VARIETY INFORMATION AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS AND THAT INFORMATION TODAY IS AVAILABLE AT THE DROP OF A HAT.
  • CULTURAL ISSUES OF THE INTERNET IN CLASSROOMS
    • THE INTERNET IS AN AMAZING TOOL THAT IS USED IN MANY CLASSROOMS TODAY. HOWEVER, SOME MAY SAY THAT THE CULTURAL EFFECTS OF WIDE INTERNET USE IN SCHOOLS HAS NOT BEEN PROPERLY EXAMINED.
  • CULTURAL ISSUES OF THE INTERNET IN CLASSROOMS
    • THE BROAD ACCESS OF THE INTERNET NOW ALLOWS FOR TEACHERS, STUDENTS, AND PARENTS TO BE MORE CONNECTED.
    • THE WIDE USE OF INTERNET ALLOWS FOR PLAGARISM TO BE EASILY ACCOMPLISHED.
    • THE WIDE USE OF INTERNET ALLOWS FOR MINORITY LANGUAGES TO BE OVERPOWERED BY MORE COMMON LANUGAGES, LIKE ENGLISH.
  • CULTURAL ISSUES OF THE INTERNET IN CLASSROOMS
    • USING THE INTERNET IN CLASSROOMS IS VERY BENEFICAL TO STUDENTS AND TEACHERS. HOWEVER, WITH THE INCREASING AVAILABILITY OF INTERNET, WE MUST BECOME MORE RESPONSIBLE. TEACHERS AND STAFF MUST RESPECT ANTI-PLAGARISM GUIDELINES JUST AS STUDENTS SHOULD. ALSO, STUDENTS AND TEACHERS MUST UNDERSTAND THAT NOT EVERY PIECE OF INFORMATION IS RELIABLE. STUDENTS AND TEACHERS MUST BE MATURE AND WISE WHEN THEY ACCESS THE INTERNET.
  • LITERATURE-BASED COLLABORATIVE INTERNET PROJECTS IN ELEMENTARY CLASSROOMS
    • COLLABORATIVE INTERNET PROJECTS ARE A NEWER CONCEPT IN THE EDUCATION REALM. THEY ARE EXTREMELY BENEFICIAL THOUGH! THEY CONSIST OF INPUT FROM DIFFERENT PEOPLE OVER THE INTERNET THAT MOLDS TOGETHER TO CREATE A FINSIHED PROJECT.
  • LITERATURE-BASED COLLABORATIVE INTERNET PROJECTS IN ELEMENTARY CLASSROOMS
    • COLLABORATIVE INTERNET PROJECTS ALLOW FOR STUDENTS TO LEARN COMMUNICATION SKILLS BECAUSE THEY MUST ASSOCIATE WITH PEOPLE THEY OTHERWISE MAY NOT.
    • CIP’S ALSO FORCE STUDENTS TO BE A LITTLE MORE RESPONSIBLE BECAUSE THEY MUST BE MORE TIME-CONSCIOUS SINCE THE PROJECT IS NOT ONLY THEIR OWN.
  • LITERATURE-BASED COLLABORATIVE INTERNET PROJECTS IN ELEMENTARY CLASSROOMS
    • I THINK COLLABORATIVE INTERNET PROJECTS ARE WONDERFUL IDEAS. THEY ALLOW FOR STUDENTS TO USE NEW TECHNOLOGY. CIP’S ALSO FOSTER STUDENT CREATIVITY, WHICH IS ALWAYS A POSITIVE THING. CIP’S ALSO ALLOW FOR TEACHERS TO BE CONSTATNLY INTEGRATING NEW TEACHING STYLES INTO THEIR OWN PEDAGOGY. THIS ALLOWS FOR MORE STUDENTS TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPTS. ALSO, STUDENTS ARE VERY LIKELY TO HELP EACH OTHER UNDERSTAND THE TOPIC BETTER WHEN THEY WORK ON IT TOGETHER. CIP’S ARE A FANTASTIC LESSON TOOL!
  • THE INTERNET IS A GREAT TOOL AVAILABLE FOR USE IN ALMOST ANY CLASSROOM TODAY!
    • [SOURCES]
    • Cattagni, Anne  and Elizabeth Farris. (2001). “Internet Access in U.S. Public Schools and Classrooms 1994-2000”. Retrieved from EBSCO Host.
    • Karchmer-Klein, Rachel and Victoria Layton. (2007.) “Literature-Based Collaborative Internet Projects in Elementary Classrooms”. Retrieved from EBSCO Host.
    • Joo, Jae-Eun. (2000). “Cultural Issues of the Internet in Classrooms”. Retrieved from EBSCO Host.