The Teacher's Complete & Easy Guide to the Internet

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Trifolium Books, 1996 - Education - 320 pages
THE TEACHER'S COMPLETE AND EASY GUIDE TO THE INTERNET shows K-12 teachers how and why to incorporate the Internet into their program, providing teaching strategies that ensure that they and their students can use the Internet as an effective learning tool.

This guide is packed with easy-to-understand information that teachers need to incorporate the Internet successfully into their classroom.

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Introduction I
Technology and education 7
Learning through connectivity email 14

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About the author (1996)

Ann Heide is a Fitzhenry and Whiteside author.

Mary McGuire is Associate Professor of Journalism at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. Linda Stilborne is an Ottawa-based educator, Internet technology consultant, and writer. Melinda McAdams is Knight Chair Professor of Journalism at the University of Florida. Laurel Hyatt is a freelance journalist whose work on computer-assisted reporting has received extensive coverage in specialized journals such as Scan .

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