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Internet Workshop
Internet Project
Internet Inquiry
Bookmark Managers

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    • EDCI 493/593-450 Integrating the Internet into the K-12 Classroom Instructor: Desire é Caskey [email_address] 671-9387
    • Day 1: Welcome
      • Syllabus Overview
        • Assignments
          • Group Discussion
          • Feedback Paragraph
          • Lesson Plan (graduate level)
        • Website Evaluation Worksheets
      • Online Discussion Group
        • [email_address]
        • http://groups-beta.google.com/group/bpstilt
        • http://senior.billings.k12. mt . us/moodle/
    • Day 1: Internet Workshop
      • Definition:
      • An instructional practice using the Internet as a resource that involves students as researchers/experts on specific topics mined from sites.
      • It usually includes these steps:
      • locating a site or sites on the Internet with content related to a classroom unit of instruction and setting a bookmark for the location(s)
      • developing an activity requiring students to use the site(s)
      • assigning this activity to be completed during the week
      • having students gather together to share their work, questions, and new insights about content and new literacies in a workshop session, often at the end of the week.
    • Day 1: Internet Workshop
      • Why:
        • Engage reluctant learners
        • Provide opportunities for critical thinking and analysis
        • Provide instruction on Internet Literacy
      • When:
        • Introduce a new unit/concept
        • Build background knowledge
        • Increase knowledge on specific content
        • Develop navigation strategies & skills
      • Develops:
        • Content Knowledge
        • Collaboration and research skills
        • Oral speaking skills
    • Day 1: Classroom Strategies
      • Use a bookmark manager
        • Google Bookmarks
        • Yahoo Bookmarks
        • Bookmarka
        • Del.icio.us
      • Use effective searching
        • BPS website
        • Nettrekker
      • Evaluate Each Website
    • Day 1: Project Work
      • Consider Curriculum
      • Choose a lesson/topic
      • Conduct Internet Research
        • Bookmark sites that will work
      • Evaluation Worksheet
      • Group Work
        • Collaboration ideas
        • Share sites and strategies
    • Day 2: Complete Work
      • Research & site collection
      • Write summary paragraph
        • Based on:
          • group discussion
          • website evaluation
      • Class presentation
      • Lesson plan creation (grad)
    • Day 3: Internet Project
      • Definition:
      • An instructional practice that uses a collaborative approach to classroom use of the Internet.
      • Two Types:
        • Web site Projects:
          • Already setup
          • Clear set of directions to follow
        • Spontaneous Projects:
          • More common
          • Developed by a teacher who develops an idea and then invites other classrooms to partcipate by posting the project on an Internet Registry site.
    • Day 3: Internet Project
      • Definition :
      • An instructional practice that uses a collaborative approach to classroom use of the Internet.
      • Generally, Internet projects follow these steps:
        • planning a collaborative project for an upcoming unit in your classroom and writing a project description
        • posting the project description and timeline several months in advance at one or several project registry locations, seeking collaborative classroom partners
        • arranging collaboration details with teachers in other classrooms who agree to participate
        • completing the project, most often using Internet Workshop as a forum in your own class for working on the project
        • exchanging information with your collaborating classrooms.
    • Day 3: Internet Project
      • Internet Project Registries
        • http://www.uwm.edu/~caberg/Project%20Support%20Index/potprorg.html
        • http://virtual-architecture.wm.edu/Designing+Directing/index.html
        • http://members.shaw.ca/priscillatheroux/planning.html#purposes.html
        • http://www.lite.iwarp.com/winmodelC.html
    • Day 4: Internet Project
      • Finish Research
      • Evaluation Worksheet
      • Group Discussion
      • Feedback Paragraph
      • Classroom Presentation
      • Lesson Plan Creation (grad)
    • Day 5: Internet Inquiry
      • Definition:
        • An instructional approach in which students research a question that holds special meaning to them. Because of the intrinsic interest students have of their topic, Internet Inquiry provides an excellent framework for helping them develop independent research skills as well as higher-level thinking skills such as analysis synthesis and evaluation of materials.
    • Day 5: Internet Inquiry
      • The Five Phases of Internet Inquiry
      • Phase 1: Question Phase
      • Students develop specific or general questions. You can guide this effort by using the following techniques
            • Assign questions
            • Have students pick from a list
            • Provide a topic from which students can develop a question(s)
            • Allow students to develop a question of personal importance or interest.
    • Day 5: Internet Inquiry
      • The Five Phases of Internet Inquiry
      • Phase 2: Search Phase
      • Some search strategies students can use:
        • Begin with directories (nettrekker)
        • Use search engines that prescreen material
        • Share search strategies
    • Day 5: Internet Inquiry
      • The Five Phases of Internet Inquiry
      • Phase 3: Analyze Phase
      • Methods of analyzing information are:
        • Ask questions about the site
        • Look at the ending of URLs
        • Review “about this site” link
        • Determine when the site was created and last updated
        • Check references
        • Cross-check information
    • Day 5: Internet Inquiry
      • The Five Phases of Internet Inquiry
      • Phase 4: Compose Phase
      • Examples of work that students can compose:
        • Create a PowerPoint
        • Write a Report
        • Produce a video
        • Create a Brochure
        • Create a webpage
    • Day 5: Internet Inquiry
      • The Five Phases of Internet Inquiry
      • Phase 5: Share Phase
      • Examples of how students can share:
        • Post student work on classroom web site
        • Give an oral report
        • Present a multimedia show
        • Create a bulletin board
        • Decorate your classroom
    • Day 6: Internet Inquiry
      • Finish Research
      • Evaluation Worksheet
      • Group Discussion
      • Feedback Paragraph
      • Classroom Presentation
      • Lesson Plan Creation (grad)
      • Course Evaluation