Teaching with the World Wide Web
Kappa Delta Pi Record Volume 37, Number 1, ISSN 0022-8958
Students can make connections with their school, teachers, parents, and community via the Internet. This article describes one junior high school computer teacher's experiences developing a school Web site and presents the student-created, student- designed links. It emphasizes the importance of equipping students, teachers, and parents with the necessary knowledge and skills to succeed in today's world. (SM)
Davidson, S. (2000). Teaching with the World Wide Web. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 37(1), 13-16.
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