Enriching the Curriculum through Telecollaborative Projects
Unique & Compelling Internet Applications for the K-12 Classroom

2004 Delaware Instructional Technology Conference
Sheraton Dover Hotel, Dover, DE
April 28, 2004


Overview
Participants will actively explore ways to effectively integrate technology into the K-12 classroom to enhance learning experiences. Use Internet based curriculum resources to create a dynamic and interactive teaching and learning environment through the use of global telecollaboration projects. Projects will be shown across elementary, middle and high school levels. Developed by CIESE, the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education, all projects promote the integration of science, mathematics, technology, and other core subjects.

Introduction

Unique and Compelling Internet Applications

  1. Real-Time Data
  2. Publish Student Work
  3. Access Primary Sources

  1. Communication Tool
    1. "Internet-Enhanced" Problem: Genetics
    2. Explore a Telecollaborative Projects:
    3. Search Collaborative Projects
    4. Ask an Expert example:
    5. Search Ask An Expert Sites

Savvy Cyber Teacher® Professional Development program
The Savvy Cyber Teacher® is a thirty-hour teacher professional development program aimed at helping teachers utilize unique and compelling Internet-based resources to improve student learning in science, mathematics and other disciplines.


Related Links


Download the Presentation and Handouts

KEY LINKS

 - CIESE
 - Savvy Cyber Teacher®
 - Classroom Projects
 - Download Presentation: 2004DECollab.ppt
 

Presenter Information

Joshua Koen
Internet Science Education & Latin American Program Specialist
jkoen@stevens.edu
(201) 216-5045
Meg Turner
Manager of District Outreach Programs

mturner@stevens.edu
(201) 216-5655
 

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Center for Improved Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) All Rights Reserved.