Research on how educators can find information on the development of curriculum, specifically learning activities on the internet. Also explain what benefits educators can gain from researching curriculum activities, outcomes and objectives on the internet.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 8:35 pm ad1c9bdddf
MES - English (2006). Retrieved October 20, 2006. from www.mes-english.com
MES -English is a wealth of information for teachers. This website provides teacher activities and tools geared for the younger students for preschool and K-6. This site which is easily navigated and laid out to make it user friendly provides teachers with free flashcards, handouts, phonics cards, ESL games, international projects x-change library and activities ready to print. Also provided her are multilingual handouts for foreign language teachers. This site also provides all the materials for one curriculum so the teacher is able to make a complete lesson plan. For instance, it provides handouts, flashcards, activities and games all on one lesson so it just has to be printed and added to the lesson plan and it is ready to go. This site also provides a comprehensive lesson on phonics that includes activities on all levels of learning through this process. This is a great resource for teacher and educators and a very well developed web site.
The teachers Corner (2006) Retrieved October 20, 2006. from www.theteacherscorner.net
This site, at first a little hard to navigate, upon further investigation turns out to be quite the valuable resource for lesson plans, activities and printable work for ...
Curriculum Design: create an annotated bibliography of four websites that you find useful
First, select a curriculum area such as science, math, or English, or select a business area such as real estate, sales, and so on. Search the Internet and/or the AIU Library in one of these areas:
Based on your research, create an annotated bibliography of four websites that you find useful for your educational practice in either curriculum development or lesson planning. In each annotation, be sure to explain your reasons for choosing the websites (1-2 Paragraphs). If you are not sure how to create an annotated bibliography, search the Internet for guidelines and examples.
Finally, give a brief explanation of how the Internet can be used by educators as they prepare their content, activities, or learning outcomes in the curriculum development process. Be sure to justify your position and document sources used in APA style (2-3 ParagraphsView Full Posting Details