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What's a teacher to do? The Internet has taken the world by storm; but if you're like most teachers, you probably don't have the time to do your own research regarding the best way to use the Internet in the classroom. Let The Internet For Teachers, 3rd Edition, do it for you. Loaded with easy-to-follow steps and practical advice, The Internet For Teachers, 3rd Edition, provides a quick overview that explains the basics of the Internet, outlines why you may want to use it, and lets you know what to be aware of ...
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Overview

What's a teacher to do? The Internet has taken the world by storm; but if you're like most teachers, you probably don't have the time to do your own research regarding the best way to use the Internet in the classroom. Let The Internet For Teachers, 3rd Edition, do it for you. Loaded with easy-to-follow steps and practical advice, The Internet For Teachers, 3rd Edition, provides a quick overview that explains the basics of the Internet, outlines why you may want to use it, and lets you know what to be aware of with your students. Run through the basics of using the World Wide Web for yourself, and then find out how it can benefit you and your students in the classroom.

The Internet has created an interpersonal networking revolution, and The Internet For Teachers, 3rd Edition, gives you the tools to get connected. You'll also have no problems finding exactly what you're looking for with the extensive directory in The Internet For Teachers, 3rd Edition. This book also takes you through a concise overview of CyberJourneys, one of the hottest new uses for the Internet in the classroom. And as a bonus, the book's CD-ROM is loaded with useful shareware, freeware, and demos that can help you start using everything the Internet has to offer you.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764506239
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/28/1999
  • Series: Internet for Teachers Series
  • Edition description: 3RD BK&CDR
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 376
  • Product dimensions: 6.82 (w) x 8.59 (h) x 0.96 (d)

Meet the Author

About the Author Bard Williams, Ed.D., is an educational technology consultant for Apple Computer, Inc., and the author of two previous editions of this book. A former middle school teacher and public school district technology coordinator, he has dedicated his career to helping teachers understand computer technology.
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Table of Contents

Introduction.

PART I: Knowledge Is Power: The Internet in Education.

Chapter 1: Roots and Reasons: What Is the Internet, Anyway?

Chapter 2: Does the Internet Really Belong in Schools?

Chapter 3: I Told You So: Net Responsibility.

PART II: Ready, Set, Web!

Chapter 4: Getting Started.

Chapter 5: Jumping into the World Wide Web (WWW).

Chapter 6: Exploring with Explorer.

Chapter 7: Navigating with Navigator.

Chapter 8: The Search Is On.

Chapter 9: Safe Surfing in the Schoolhouse.

Chapter 10: Spinning Your Own Web.

PART III: Communicate, Collaborate, Celebrate.

Chapter 11: E-Mail: You'll Get Hooked!

Chapter 12: Mailing Lists-R-Us.

Chapter 13: Be a NewsGroupie.

Chapter 14: Chatting on the Net.

Chapter 15: I Want My FTP!

Chapter 16: Webcams in the Classroom.

Chapter 17: New Net Tools and Issues.

The Internet for Teachers Directory.

PART IV: Teaching with Terabytes.

Chapter 18: CyberTeachers, CyberLearners.

Chapter 19: Cyber Journeys: Learning Expeditions into the Net.

Chapter 20: Rockin' Rubrics and Web Page Evaluation.

PART V: The Part of Tens: The Net-Ready Educator.

Chapter 21: Ten (-Plus) Ideas for E-mail Exchanges.

Chapter 22: Ten Tips for Teaching Others about the Internet.

Chapter 23: After Recess: Ten Net Trends You Should Know.

Chapter 24: Ten Cool Sources for Online Projects.

Chapter 25: Ten Virtual Field Trips.

PART VI: Appendixes.

Appendix A: When Things Go Wrong.

Appendix B: Glossary.

Appendix C: Getting Connected: You've Got Options.

Appendix D: About the CD.

Index.

IDG Books Worldwide End-User License Agreement.

Installation Instructions.

Book Registration Information.

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