1. ResearchStudents and Teachers can use a variety of sites fromGoogle or Wiki to Proquest Educational Journals tofind information, articles, and sources.
2. Test PreparationStudents can use sites such as USA Test Prep toprepare for test ranging from high school graduationtests to the SAT.
3. IdeasTeachers use the internet frequently to find new ideason teaching techniques and strategies from sites suchas History Matters or Digital History.
4. School InformationTeachers can use the internet to communicate withstudents and parents. Assignments, grades, andattendance information can be obtained on school orteacher websites such as Tiftschools.com or I-Cue.
5. CommunicationE-mail and other various formats areused frequently byteachers, administrators, students, andparents to keep the flow of informationgoing.
6. Continuing EducationTeachers and administrators use the internet tocomplete continuing education requirements forcertification purposes. In Georgia, RESA sites offerthese type of courses online.
7. Obtaining Advanced Degrees All levels of educators use the internet to take undergraduate and graduate level course to obtain higher degrees. Troy University is only one of hundreds of options in this area.
8. Assignment SubmissionsStudents can submit assignments to not only theinstructors but also other grading format sites such asTurnitin.com
9. Map InformationMaps are a very important teaching tool in my field ofsocial studies. I use various maps sites includingGoogle Maps and Google Earth to demonstrate spatialproximity. This helps students get a better grasp ofabstract information.
10. Quick ReferenceStudents can find quick information from thedefinition of a word to a mathematical formula usingGoogle or a large number of other sites.
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