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Log in to one of the newest trends in education-Internet projects and brain-compatible learning. Teaching in the Cyberage shows how to develop Internet lessons that help students grow their interpersonal exchange skills, information gathering and analysis skills, and questioning and problem-solving skills.
This resource hands teachers fully developed lessons designed for grades 4-12 that can be effortlessly implemented. It also supplies Web site descriptions and rubrics for assessing students′ understanding and use of multiple intelligences, Internet skills, and information literacy skills.
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Kristen J. Nelson is the author of numerous books in the education field, including Teaching in the Digital Age and Developing Students’ Multiple Intelligences. She works for a large suburban school district in Orange County, California. Nelson has been an elementary and middle school teacher before becoming an educational administrator.
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Book Description Corwin, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1575173301