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The third edition of Social Studies on the Internet houses over 500 gateway websites to advance the technology of K-12 social studies teachers. The URLs are categorized by major social studies content strands with web sites linked to the NCSS Themes. Each web site selected by the authors was reviewed and had to meet 4 criteria: Comprehensiveness, to insure a breath and depth of information and resources, durability, to insure its long-term usefulness, self-renewing, to insure up-to-date information and improvements to the web site, credibility, to insure lack of bias and accuracy. K-12 social studies teachers.
|Ch. 1||Internet basics and multidiscipline sites||1|
|Ch. 2||Before you begin||14|
|Ch. 3||United States history and cultures||25|
|Ch. 4||World history and cultures||35|
|Ch. 5||Government and law||49|
|Ch. 6||Citizenship education and political science||65|
|Ch. 9||Anthropology, sociology, and psychology||89|
|Ch. 10||Teaching about controversial issues, tolerance, and equity||99|
|Ch. 11||Teaching in a pluralistic society||112|
|Ch. 12||Standards-based lesson planning with the Internet||131|
|Ch. 13||Teacher's tool kit||137|
Posted August 17, 2006
This book will help you in any class, not just Social Studies. I have used this book for 4 years now and it still has the best sites for maps, resources, and any material related to social studies. It is phenominal! All teachers should own a copy of this brilliant research. These professors know what they are doing. ExcellentWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.