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2004

California State University, San Bernardino

Internet in education

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Development Of A Website To Improve Communication And Learning, Rebecca Sue Bonheim Jan 2004

Development Of A Website To Improve Communication And Learning, Rebecca Sue Bonheim

Theses Digitization Project

This project was developed to address the complex issue of disseminating information to high school students via the World Wide Web. Topics include: the need for greater communication among instructors, students and parents, the need to utilize instructional design techniques, the backwards design process in the development of web based projects; and the need to integrate internet technology for promoting instruction and learning.


Enhancing Foreign Language Learning Through The Integration Of Computer Technology, Suzanne Florence Marsolais-Johnson Jan 2004

Enhancing Foreign Language Learning Through The Integration Of Computer Technology, Suzanne Florence Marsolais-Johnson

Theses Digitization Project

This thesis demonstrates the effectiveness of using computer technology and the Internet to enhance classroom teaching. A variety of computer and internet based projects that complement lessons initiated by the classroom teacher provide real life situations for additional practice, reinforcement, motivation and greater student achievement.


The Benefit Of Distance Learning, Mary Porter Jan 2004

The Benefit Of Distance Learning, Mary Porter

Theses Digitization Project

This project will address the issues concerning the benefits of distance learning, a growing area in our education system today. Distance learning takes place when the teacher and students are separated, and technology is used to bridge the instructional gap.


College Of Education: A Guide To Researching The Animal Kingdom On The Internet, Stephen Michael Williams Jan 2004

College Of Education: A Guide To Researching The Animal Kingdom On The Internet, Stephen Michael Williams

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this project was to develop a Web site that would facilitate students' use of the Internet to research topics relating to the study of biology. This Web site serves as a bridge to link classroom topics to real world scientific information and research available on the Internet. Methods of preventing plagiarism and focusing Internet research were incorporated into the overall Web site design.