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WEB SITES FOR TEACHERS. PEERS 2003. Support and Peer Coaching for Experienced Teachers Lincolnview Elementary Web Sites. WEB SITES FOR TEACHERS. PROJECT OVERVIEW: This group of educators wanted to develop a resource booklet that would contain useful web sites

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support and peer coaching for experienced teachers lincolnview elementary web sites

WEB SITES FOR TEACHERS

PEERS 2003

Support and Peer Coaching for Experienced Teachers

Lincolnview Elementary Web Sites

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WEB SITES FOR TEACHERS

  • PROJECT OVERVIEW: This group of educators wanted to

develop a resource booklet that would contain useful web sites

for all grade levels. The primary focus would be on science and

math. To make this a useful tool, the teachers would provide the

web site addresses along with a brief description of what the site

included. The resource booklet would be available for any

educator at Lincolnview.

Pencil or computer?

COMPUTER!

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WEB SITES FOR TEACHERS

The Guide

  • SCIENCE & SOCIAL STUDIES
  • MATH
  • READING, LANGUAGE, ALL SUBJECTS
  • ART
  • DIRECTORIES
  • GRADE LEVELS
  • DIVIDED INTO SUBJECT
  • AREAS
  • BRIEF DISCRIPTION OF SITE
  • PRINT OUT OF DIRECTORIES

Guide Setup

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REFLECTIONS

The teacher is now the coordinator of learning in this information age. The teacher coordinates what the student desires to learn with the technology available. To do their job efficiently, teachers must have the access to training and support in using and incorporating this ever-changing technology in the curriculum.

Ellen Hemple

As a special education teacher, I received lesson ideas and activities geared to the needs of my students. I can use these to modify their curriculum as needed.

Kathy Thompson

I have enjoyed working with this PEERS group. One of the valuable areas is the ability to work with other people in your profession, sharing ideas and working out problems together.

Jeri Lipp

As our world continuously changes, the responsibilities of a teacher must be modified so our students will be well prepared for their future. Sites which could aid in the necessity of keeping abreast of the current professional research and findings of the academic world and which would clarify the new federal and state educational policies and laws, would be invaluable.

Ellen Waterman

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REFLECTIONS...

I found the searching to be a lengthy process. I tried several topics and means to search. Luckily, I found one site that was a collection of educational sites and spent a considerable amount of time looking at them.

Linda Downey

  • Steps when using web pages in the classroom:
  • decide on specific topic
  • visit the page first
  • do the activities to make sure they fit your lesson
  • check for age-appropriateness
  • be prepared if site includes hands-on activities
  • let students print their work
  • enjoy students findings with the class
  • June Young

In sharing information with my colleagues I have been able to search in many different directions and take paths that I might not have other wise have taken. Each of the participants of the group had a different goal in their search. From these many different starting points we were able to access the infinite warehouse of information that makes up the web.

Theresa Loughrie

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REFLECTIONS...

Many sites have already done the work of linking to state standards by matching benchmarks and indicators for state proficiencies within the plans and activities… I would recommend the list of sites to other teachers. I think they would find this a great list of resources for their classes.

Marilyn Agler

I would encourage school districts to view this type of activity (searching for sites and exploring the sites for usefulness in the classroom or as teaching aids) as inservice time during the school year.

Patti Cox