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Strengthening Curriculum using the Internet

Welcome!

Your workload is already heavy, but you would like to see how you can use the Internet to strengthen your curriculum. In this tutorial, you will find out how the World Wide Web can be easy, fun, rewarding, and highly productive for classroom instruction. Discover the many formats you can use to integrate the Internet including collaboration, searching strategies, and research activities.

Lots of clear examples and step-by-step strategies make it much easier for teachers to help students quickly and efficiently research topics on the Web, think critically about content, avoid plagiarism, and use their finding to construct presentations on what they have learned.

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