This easy-to-follow guide can help teachers become leaders rather than followers in the new high-tech, high-speed, digital era. Students and teachers, even the most technology-resistant, can learn to solve problems from sources like Internet sites, news groups, chat-rooms, e-mail and other Internet resources.
PART ONE: THE INTERNET, INFOWHELM AND INFOSAVVY
The Internet in Your Face!
Understanding InfoSavvy and NetSavvy
PART TWO: SETTING UP THE NETSAVVY CLASSROOM
Introducing the Ten-Minute Lesson Planner
PART THREE: THE NETSAVVY SKILLS FRAMEWORK
PART FOUR: OVERCOMING EDUCATIONAL OBSTACLES
The Case for NetSavvy