Multidisciplinary Units for Grades 3-5

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Larry Hannah
ISTE (Interntl Soc Tech Educ, Jan 1, 2002 - Education - 172 pages
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Written by a team of curriculum experts, teacher educators, and K-12 classroom and computer-resource teachers, this book shows you how to weave technology deeply into elementary language arts, social studies, math, and science curricula. Practical and straightforward introductory essays help teachers integrate technology into different classroom configurations, discuss cooperative teaching strategies, explore problem-based learning, explain how to use the Internet effectively and responsibly, and describe the creation of assessment rubrics. They are followed by dozens of ready-to-use lesson plans keyed to technology and content area standards.

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Techniques for using technology to complement multicultural and multidisciplinary curricula
Strategies for creating age-appropriate activities and assessments
Model rubrics and links to online resources

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Contents

Introduction
1
Section lStrategies for Getting Started
9
I Project and ProblemBased Learning
15
I Everything You Wanted to Know about Internet Filters
21
I Search Engines Explained
29
I Constructinga Rubric
35
Section 2The Resource Units
41
CULMINATING EVENT
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CULMINATING EVENT
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CULMINATING EVENT
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