for K12 Internet Resources
By Annette Lamb
When you use the Internet, do you feel like
you're entering Rattlesnake Gulch? This
presentation will provide you with some ideas
for getting started using Internet yourself and
with your students. Explore search tools for
children and adults, locate teacher resources,
and identify good starting points. Learn to live
in rattlesnake country!
- Why are we entering rattlesnake gulch?
- Content, Information, Communication, Tech
- Collect Resources
- Books, Videos, Graphics, Websites, Objects
- Ask Questions
- What's the learning outcome?
- What kind of resources are needed?
- Where can I find useful Internet resources?
- Get Organized
- Focus on outcome
- List topic, more narrow, more broad
- Create a concept map
- Explore search tools
- Research Tips
- Quotes: "Stinky Cheese Man"
- Pluses: "tall tales"+animals
- AND: guns AND children
- Try: guide, lesson, student, teacher
- Get Crazy!
- Scan a snake skin
- Put your face on top of a snake
- Hide a snake in kidpix
- Dissect a snake & take digital pics
- Reference Resources:
- Research tools, helpers, Almanacs, Encyclopedias,
- Teacher Resources
- Professional Resources, Lesson Plans
- Organize Resources
- Bookmarks, List of Sites, Activity, Web Page
- Pick 4 good sites
- Starting points, Information, Activities
- Varied readability, interest
- Make a Friend
- Join with other teachers, students, classes
- LEAD: Locate, Evaluate, Activate, Disseminate
- For more information on Annette's books, check out
Vision to Action
- Return to the
main eduscapes page
Feel free to use these materials for
workshops or your own professional development. However,
keep in mind that these materials were created for use by
participants in Annette Lamb's workshops, not as stand-alone
materials. For additional information about the "live"
workshops, contact Annette
- This workshop is a companion to the
- This workshop contains elements from
the following presentation: Technology Tools in Teaching
Developed by Annette Lamb,