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Enhancing Elementary Curricula through Internet Technology

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Mid-Western Educational Researcher Volume 11, Number 4, ISSN 1056-3997


Brief case study of Internet applications in a fifth-grade class demonstrates that Internet use can increase student engagement and participation. Overview of the current debate on networking schools for Internet access discusses the rationale for Internet use, issues of cost effectiveness and untrained teachers, and potential benefits of instructional change as technology and curriculum merge. Contains 16 references. (SV)


Oliver, B.E., Malm, L.D., Malone, B.G., Nay, F.W., Saunders, N.G. & Thompson, J.C. (1998). Enhancing Elementary Curricula through Internet Technology. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 11(4), 24-26. Retrieved April 12, 2021 from .

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