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Here's a tantalizing glimpse into the classrooms of innovative educators who are using technology to connect with students, colleagues, the local community, and the world beyond. Edutopia offers a unique perspective on education in which technology is employed to make schools more exciting and dynamic for everyone involved — students work on real-world projects and consult with the best outside experts; teachers learn by tapping into the best people and practices in their field; and classrooms regularly connect with the rich resources of their communities and the world beyond.

A lively resource that teachers and parents will want to refer to again and again, Edutopia is filled with more than forty full-color photos, has a useful resource section, and comes with a unique CD-ROM that contains more than seventy minutes of video footage of these classrooms in action.

"This book provides educators and parents alike with an unprecedented opportunity to see the future. We must support the efforts of these national heroes—teachers and students from primary and secondary education, foundation and community leaders—as they use technology to make our students and our nation more competitive." - Bob Kerrey, president, New School University and former United States Senator and chair of the Congressional Web-Based Education Commission

"This book provides a glimpse of the future by showing us the best work of innovators today. Anyone involved in creating the schools of the future shoud read it." - Linda Darling-Hammond, professor, School of Education, Stanford University

"Edutopia is an exciting guide to help teaching and learning move into the twenty-first century." - Richard Riley, former Secretary of Education

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Everyone knows that Star Wars genius George Lucas is a pacesetter in utilizing technology. The George Lucas Education Foundation, which he founded, strives to use digital-age technologies to transform the traditional classroom into an interactive learning experience. This exciting book, accompanied by a bonus CD, presents real-life examples of teachers and students breaking out of the isolated classroom into a world of learning.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780787960827
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/13/2002
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 7.99 (w) x 9.23 (h) x 0.66 (d)

Meet the Author

The George Lucas Educational Foundation (GLEF) is a nonprofit foundation that gathers and disseminates the most innovative models of K-12 teaching and learning in the digital age. The foundation serves their mission through the creation of media — from films, books, and newsletters to CD-ROMS and a Web-based multimedia resource center.

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Table of Contents


Foreword (GEORGE LUCAS).

Introduction: Edutopia-"The Actual Proves the Possible" (MILTONCHEN).



1. NASA Initiatives Turn Students into Scientists (MARILNWALL).

2. Project-Based Learning Online: A Sampler of Projects (DIANECURTIS AND SARA ARMSTRONG).

3. Laptops for Learning (ROBERTA FURGER).

4. Handhelds Go to Class (DIANE CURTIS).

5. More Fun Than a Barrel of...Worms?! (DIANE CURTIS).

6. Bugscope: Magnifying the Connections Between Students, Science,and Scientists (MILTON CHEN).

7. Assistive Technology Enhances Learning for All (LISAWAHL).

8. Looping: The Best Kind of Deja Vu (CYNTHIA ROBERTS).

9. A Dozen Promising Practices That Work (DIANE CURTIS, ROBERTAFURGER, AND MILTON CHEN).


10. An Ounce of Prevention (DIANE CURTIS).

11. A Culture of Caring and Civility (DIANE CURTIS).

12. Reading, Writing, and Social Development (DIANE CURTIS).

13. Emotional Intelligence: Five Years Later (DANIELGOLEMAN).


14. Geometry in the Real World: Students as School Architects (SARAARMSTRONG).

15. Urban Academy: Where Testing Is Anything But Standard (ROBERTAFURGER).

16. Toward Genuine Accountability: Why Current State AssessmentsWon't Work, and What They Need (GRANT WIGGINS).

17. Appropriate Assessments for Reinvigorating Science Education(BRUCE ALBERTS).



18. Cultivating Parent Leaders: One School District's Story(ROBERTA FURGER).

19. The Many Meanings of Community Involvement: Sherman OaksCommunity Charter School (DIANE CURTIS).

20. Making Connections Between Home and School (ROBERTAFURGER).


21. Supporting Good Schools Is Good Business (MILTONGOLDBERG).

22. School-to-Work Seen as Route to More Than Just a Job (JOHNGEHRING).

23. Building a Bridge to Science and Technology (ROBERTAFURGER).

24. Scientists in Classrooms Make Sense (DIANE CURTIS).

25. The Virtual Mentor: Business Professionals Go Online withStudents (MILTON CHEN).


26. It Takes Many Villages: The International Education andResource Network (iEARN) (EDWIN H. GRAGERT).

27. Back to Class for School Board Members (DIANE CURTIS).

28. The Whitefoord Community: Bringing Schools and ServicesTogether (ROBERTA FURGER).

29. Community Technology Centers: A National Movement to Close theDigital Divide (MARK SARGENT).



30. The Right Stuff: Curry Graduates Leave College Prepared toTeach (SARA ARMSTRONG).

31. "Beyond Ready" to Teach (DIANE CURTIS).

32. Making the Switch to Teaching (ROBERTA FURGER)

33. Versatile Handheld Computers Aid Mobile Student Teachers (ANNAC. MCFADDEN, BARRIE JO PRICE, AND GEORGE E. MARSH II).


34. Supporting New Teachers During Their First Years in Teaching(ELLEN MOIR).

35. Teachers Helping Teachers: The Path to School Improvement(JORGE DESCAMPS).

36. Information Literacy (KATHY SCHROCK).

37. TAPPED IN: Connecting Communities of Learners (TERRIEGRAY).


38. Becoming an Accomplished Teacher in the Twenty-First Century(DAVE FORREST AND MARILYN FORREST).

39. North Carolina Principals Go Back to School (ROBERTAFURGER).

40. The Digital Superintendent: Selling the Vision to Parents,Teachers, and Voters (WILLIAM SNIDER).


The Editors.

The Contributors.

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