|I first began using Internet technologies in my classes in 1995|
|Teaching today requires adjusting to the changing contours of information.
|87% of Public Elementary Schools and High Schools are Online, 51% of
|In Missouri: 95% of schools and 74% of classrooms2
|Computers/Internet are basic teaching tools.|
|Teaching also requires developing new ways of providing students with access to information.
|Through my Home Page I attempt
to give my students, and a host of others, access to a variety of resources
which can enhance (or inundate) their learning experience. I also try
to have a little fun.|
|Using Text and Images versus Face-to-Face Instruction.|
|Education or Information: David
Noble and Control of Resources.|
|Administering and Using the New System3:
What if we gave a web class and nobody came?|
I experiment with ways of making the WWW a part of a self-guided learning
- National Center for Education Statistics, "Internet Access in Public
Schools and Classrooms: 1994-98, (http://nces.ed.gov/pubs99/1999017.html).
- Terence Samuel, "As More Schools Gain Access to Net, Efficient Use
Lags, U. S. Official Says," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Wednesday, March
- Jeffery R. Young, "At Iowa, An Experimental On-Line Course for 1,900
Students Runs Into Problems," The Chronicle of Higher Education,
Tuesday, November 16, 1999. (http://chronicle.com/free/99/11/99111601t.htm).
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