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Eastern European Political Crisis of the 1980s Learning Symposium May 3, 2005 University at Albany
Eastern European Political Crisis • Meghan Curran – ISP 523L • Beth Green – ISP 523L • Corey Hart – ISP 361 • Brian Rosenberg – ISP 361 • Ryan Denison – ISP 361
Eastern European Political Crisis Tom McGurn, AP teacher, Albany High School Albany High School students will be able to analyze: * primary source documents * political cartoons * speeches * maps This was done in order to prepare and write a “DBQ.”
Eastern European Political Crisis • Website based upon educational technology theorist Larry Cuban • Advocate of using technology “properly” • Instruct both teachers and students about the use of technology
Eastern European Political Crisis Focus on Interactivity: Interacting with the Website: • Grading Rubric Page is designed so that students can click on terms for further clarification. Grading Rubric Interacting with the Teacher: • E-mail form page was designed to give students an opportunity to send Mr. McGurn an e-mail directly from the website. Email Page
Eastern European Political Crisis Using a survey, students were asked about: • Attractiveness of site • Usefulness of site • Recommendations • Difficulties experienced with site