Empowering Students with Technology

Empowering Students with Technology


By (author) Alan November

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  • Publisher: SkyLight Professional Development,US
  • Format: Paperback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 211mm x 277mm x 10mm | 386g
  • Publication date: 1 June 2001
  • Publication City/Country: Arlington Heights
  • ISBN 10: 1575173727
  • ISBN 13: 9781575173726
  • Sales rank: 1,253,966

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Formerly a SkyLight publication This timely handbook helps students and teachers connect content to real life through new resources and learning relationships available through technology.

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Table of contents

Preface Introduction 1. Teaching and Learning the Structure of Information Information Literacy: A New Basic Skill MAPping the Internet: Meta-Web Information, Author, and Purpose Confusing Technical Mastery with Critical Thinking Blocking Versus Access Professional Growith Opportunity: Relate and Reflect on Chapter 1 2. Empowering Learning by Expanding Relationships Planning for Learning (Instead of Technology) The Underused Fax Machine Video Conferencing E-mail in a Cultural Context Teacher-Created Web Sites Publishing Student Work on the Webq Professional Growth Opportunity: Relate and Reflect on Chapter 2 3. Emerging Roles Within the Knowledge Community Teachers as Digital Immigrants Help and Support in Your Own Backyard Benchmarking Educational Practice to the Knowledge Community Shifting Control Raising Expectations: Students as Knowledge Producers Managing Fear Professional Growth Opportunity: Relate and Reflect on Chapter 3 4. Accessing Primary Sources to Enhance Critical Thinking Using Primary Sources Teaching the Skills to Assess Primary Sources Professional Growth Opportunity: Relate and Reflect on Chapter 4 5. Building Knowledge Without Boundaries: Online Learning Online Learning Pioneers on the Digital Frontier Changing Roles and Interactions Students Involved in Online Learning Teachers Invloved in Online Learning Individual Courses: Supporting Learning Building on Exceptional Programs Professional Growth Opportunity: Relate and Reflect on Chapter 5 Appendix Bibliography Index