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Curriculum Webs

A Practical Guide to Weaving the Web into Teaching and Learning

by Craig A. Cunningham

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Published by Allyn & Bacon .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7411582M
ISBN 100205336590
ISBN 109780205336593
OCLC/WorldCa48773618

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Curriculum Webs by Craig A. Cunningham Download PDF EPUB FB2

Curriculum Webshelps educators, curriculum developers, and teachers build and use the World Wide Web as a central resource to facilitate learning.A curriculum web is a Web page or web site designed to support a unit of curriculum.

This text describes the process of building curriculum webs from the early planning stages through design of the Web pages, using the finished product in classrooms Cited by: 2. An early childhood webbing curriculum is one of many ways to create lesson plans for your early childhood classroom.

A web does not look like a traditional, linear lesson plan, but instead takes the ideas and interests of the children into account. The web begins with one very broad central idea and then branches out into several smaller themes.

An early childhood curriculum web approach to planning allows you to put your students' interests in the heart of the lessons. The method gives you flexibility in branching out and exploring ideas. The book provides an introduction to computer use, explores Internet resources, and shows how these resources can be “fit” to the existing school curriculum.

Written “by teachers for teachers,” users will appreciate the support and guidance evident in each chapter.5/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxvi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Who Should Read this Book.

--What this Book is and What it is not --Enhancements in the Second Edition --Planning Curriculum for the Web --What is a Curriculum Web?--Why Build Curriculum Webs?--Some Example Curriculum Webs --Standards and Curriculum Webs.

Read daily (you can use epic)and keep a journal on google docs. Remember to date each entry and give the title of your book. Share it with Mrs. Skiles and me. Readworks - there are 4 assigned passages. Do one every other day and make sure to do the questions that go with it.

When you finish a book, do the quiz on Renaissance. Description. Curriculum Webs helps in-service teachers, curriculum developers, and pre-service teachers build and use the World Wide Web as a central resource to facilitate learning.

A Curriculum Web is a web page or web site designed to support a unit of curriculum. This text describes the process of building Curriculum Webs from the early planning stages through design of the web pages Format: On-line Supplement. What is a curriculum web?Why build curriculum webs?Some example curriculum into building curriculum ew of the ns and limitations Identifying curriculum goals.

A process for identifying l educational r t matter ng The Ar Rahman Sunday Madrasa Islamic Studies Curriculum The following syllabus has been devised to provide continuity of learning whilst at the same time allowing for flexibility. The intent of the syllabus is to primarily seek the pleasure of Allah, to encourage a love for Allah, to promote a respect for oneself and for others.

4 Comments on “Curriculum Webs - more homework needed” d says: 13 Nov at am [Comment permalink] Try the companion site now. I had a class in which I created (the beginnings of) a curriculum web and I found the book quite useful. Lesson Plan # The Mitten Curriculum Web. # The Mitten Curriculum Web other, level: Elementary Posted Sun Nov 8 PST by Sara I.

Register ([email protected]).Northern Az University, Flagstaff, Arizona. Craig A. Cunningham is the author of Curriculum Webs ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Systems Theory for Pragmatic Schooling ( /5.

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We have used this curriculum in conjunction with high school instruction offered by Pensacola Christian College since our inception in A Charlotte’s Web unit study perfect for homeschool, classroom, or thematic novel study. The book study resources listed in this post are all FREE.

Charlotte’s Web Unit Study – FREE Resources. Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White is a book that every little kid simply MUST read. Here is a free Charlotte’s Web unit study lesson plan for you. Examples of curriculum webs created by teachers in the two presenters’ educational technology classes will be shown.

These webs exemplify benefits for both teacher and student, including linking to pre-selected high-value web sites, differentiation of instruction, incorporation of multimedia lessons, and use of the curriculum web as an easily Author: Lars Leader, Sabrina Sterling. As students complete the assignments in these two lesson plans and interact with the Charlotte's Web Flashlight Readers activity, they will: Students will use character, setting, and plot to retell and make up their own versions of story events from Charlotte's Web using a comic strip format and the Make Your Own Comics interactive activity.

This hands-on visual arts & theatre integrated curriculum will explore various techniques for developing social/emotional skills through the arts. Donate Emotional Literacy is a .FOSSweb is the official website of the active-learning science program, FOSS. Explore resources for educators and engaging activities for students and families.

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