Curriculum Webs: A Practical Guide to Weaving the Web into Teaching and Learning
Curriculum Webs: A Practical Guide to Weaving the Web into Teaching and Learning by Craig A. Cunningham, Marty Billingsley
Curriculum Webs: A Practical Guide to Weaving the Web into Teaching and Learning Author: Craig A. Cunningham, Marty Billingsley
Title: Curriculum Webs: A Practical Guide to Weaving the Web into Teaching and Learning
ISBN: 0205336590
ISBN13: 978-0205336593
Other Formats: rtf lrf azw mbr
Pages: 224 pages
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon; 1st edition (April 22, 2002)
Language: English
Category: Education & Teaching
Size PDF version: 1414 kb
Size EPUB version: 1322 kb
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching




Curriculum Webs helps in-service teachers, curriculum developers, and pre-service teachers use the World Wide Web as a central resource to facilitate learning. A curriculum web is a Web page or pages designed to support a 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, and teaching teachers with curriculum webs. Readers will see how successful Web-based curricula can be developed based on the stages of curriculum development and the needs of learners.On the Companion Web site, (www.curriculumwebs.com,) Web examples and sample lesson plans will serve as an inspiration and guide as students work to create their own curriculum webs.