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Spinnin' the Web:
Designing and Developing Web-Based Learning Environments
Designing web-based learning environments is like spinning a web. Start with a strong web of quality Internet resources. Then, design, develop, implement, and evaluate your own web project!
Along with textbooks, trade books, CD-ROM, videos, and all the other technology resources, it's time to make curriculum connections using Internet resources. This workshop will help you LEAD the way through LOCATING web-based resources, EVALUATING these materials, ACTIVATING the learning environment, and DISSEMINATING student-based projects on the web.
In this workshop, you'll integrate Internet into the K-12 curriculum through the development of web-based learning environments. Explore how teachers and students are working together to create school sites, classroom pages, newspapers, projects, and individual pages. Examine large-scale, ongoing projects and small-scale, short-term projects. Design, development, implement, and evaluate web-based pages and projects.
This workshop challenges educators to become not only consumers and collaborators on the Internet, but also creators of web-based learning environments. Participants will focus on assessing needs, identifying objectives, developing instructional strategies, and planning web-based curriculum materials.

Annette Lamb

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 Lamb.

This workshop is a companion to the book, Spinnin the Web: Designing and Developing Web Projects and Building Treehouses for Learning.
This workshop contains elements from the following presentations: LEAD the Way, Web Wizards, Spinnin' the Web, and Web Weavers.

Created by Annette Lamb, 6/99. Updated 4/00.