Internet in the K-12 Curriculum
Teachers explored ways to use internet and multimedia technologies with
their students through the construction of relevant world wide web sites.
Follow links to the sites they created to learn how the web can suppor
your classroom experiences.
and Body: Library and Physical Education Resources. By Nola Wright
and Paul Wright.
- American Symbols.
By Margaret Grumm and Leah Iwinski.
- Visual Art Department,
Williamsburg Community School District. By David Shives
- Healing Our Earth.
By Jen Johnson, Heidi Soldner, and Vonnie Ryland.
- The Creature Project.
By Peg Vlasak
- Welcome to the Internet
for the Adult Learner. By Tzy-Ling Chen and Chin-Ying Lin.
Art Education Association - Eastern Region. By James Ritchey.
- A Math Teacher's
Page. By Jeremy Burris.
- Bald Eagle Area High
School's Home Page, Wingate, Pennsylvania. By Karen Knowlton and Cindy
- Link for Community Members
to Penn State Library System. By Debby Hagg.
- Teacher/Researcher from
Halifax, Nova Scotia. By James Albright.
- Dean's Way Cool Web Page.
By Dean Cooke.
- The M&M Home Page:
Novels, Media, and Illustrations on Utopian Societies. By Marie Fox
and Marie Madonna.
- Teaching Writing to the
Large English as a Second Language Classroom. By Badariah Sani and
- Arlington Elementary
School, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. By Linda Sutbits and Barbara Bradley.
- Welcome to Swahili World.
By Lucy Mule.
- The Book Browser.
By Wendy Fraser and Lani Slagle.
- Computer Assisted Language
Learning. By Namhee Kim.
- The Young Paleontologist's
Page. By Louise Gates and Marie Peraza.
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