2. Integrating the Internet
The Internet is an awesome tool for teachers in the 21st century. Along
with saving time for students and teachers, the Internet provides a vast variety
of information that was previously next to impossible to reasonably obtain.
There are sites for creative learning methods, communication, and travel. Using
the Internet in the classroom is a priceless tool, and there are a variety of topics
that help enable learning online.
3. Integrating the Internet
There are many sites on the Internet for students to research
information for class.
There are many ways for students to learn. When students have fun
learning they tend to retain information a lot better.
4. Integrating the Internet
UTILIZING PRIMARY SOURCES
The Internet allows for students and teachers to find resources with
efficiency, including original works and documents.
CYBER FIELD TRIPS
Cyber field trips give students the opportunity to “visit” various venues
without ever having to leave their schools.
5. Integrating the Internet
Video streams are like watching a television program that offers
excitement and learning for the students.
MEETING THE NEEDS OF ALL LEAARNERS
Teachers can use Internet resources to help address the strengths and
weaknesses of all their students.
6. Integrating the Internet
Teachers can use these websites to expand upon what they are teaching
in the classroom.
Online student discussion sites are a great tool for learning and get
them personally engaged in the learning process.
7. Integrating the Internet
Students can use email to receive fast communication with other
students, teachers, or other entities.
Hosting a webcam session with another classroom or location around
the world is another meaning strategy for learning.
8. Integrating the Internet
The Internet not only makes it easy for students to search for and find
the most up-to-date information on almost any topic you can imagine, it also
allows them to share their findings and collaborate with each other easily.