Graduate Research Papers
Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Internet in education; Science--Study and teaching (Secondary)--Computer network resources;
Web-based materials have introduced a new way of supporting students' learning and teachers' knowledge of the secondary science curriculum. However it is difficult to know which materials to use and how to use them. This review discussed some of the methods for teaching science, web-based materials that support these methods, how the Internet can add to teachers' knowledge, and some negative effects of using this technology. This review shows how teachers can integrate web-based materials into their teaching strategies, and can help teachers who have integrated them to be aware of the negatives of using the Internet in the classroom. Resources include published articles, personal interviews, science education websites, and recognized published books.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Leigh E. Zeitz
1 PDF file (vi, 62 pages)
©2005 Ghadeer Filimban
Filimban, Ghadeer, "Using web-based material to support secondary science curriculum" (2005). Graduate Research Papers. 642.
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