History.edu: Essays on Teaching with Technology

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Dennis A. Trinkle, Scott A. Merriman
M.E. Sharpe, 17 de nov. de 2000
Contains a number of path-breaking studies in history pedagogy, including the first three published essays measuring quantitatively and qualitatively the successes and failures of "e-teaching" and distance learning.
 

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Teaching history using the Internet might sound like an oxymoron, but, as Trinkle and Merriman show in this work, the two go hand in hand. The team that coauthored The History Highway 2000 earlier ... Ler resenha completa

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Academic Historians Electronic Information Access
3
A Literature Review
25
Students Confront the Linear
38
Rethinking the Process
52
Reinventing the American History Survey
62
ComputerGenerated Graphics and the Demise of the History
72
Integrating Multimedia Technology into an Undergraduate History
85
Evaluating Technologies That Promote Active
108
Heuristics for the Educational Use and Evaluation
134
Bringing the Internet and World Wide Web into the History
153
Using the World Wide Web for Primary Source Research
171
Social Studies Simulations in Upper Elementary Classrooms
190
An Analysis of Student Teachers
209
The I Witness
230
Index
247
About the Contributors
263

Active Learning and Computer Technology
117
The Bay Area National Digital Library Project and the Library
125

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Página xiii - Neil Postman, Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology (New York: Vintage Books, 1993), 69.

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