Browse by Subject "Networking in K-12 education"
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Foreword to Internet communication in six classrooms: Communication across time, space, and culture (Lawrence Erlbaum, 1996)This book by Ruth Garner and Mark Gillingham does not promise any grand evolutionary tale, but only to “tell half a dozen stories...about teachers and students who... are able to move ideas...across time, space, and culture.”
(2003-10)Living on the Prairie has become a community of teachers and students who use the Worldwide Web to share ideas about the natural and cultural history of central Illinois. The Inquiry Page
provides a ...
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994)Electronic networks are starting to be widely used in K-12 schools. And with the new National Research and Education Network (NREN) legislation and other federal, state, and grass roots efforts, their use will become ...
(Taylor and Francis Group, 2001)Inquiry-based learning strives to make learning more meaningful to the learner, however many classrooms provide little evidence of student inquiry. One reason for this is the lack of support for teachers interested in ...