The Kid-Friendly Web Guide State-of-the-Art Learning Activities by Laura Leininger, Chris Rowan
  

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The Kid-Friendly Web Guide State-of-the-Art Learning Activities by Laura Leininger, Chris Rowan

The Kid-Friendly Web Guide helps you to use computers to teach real world skill to Key Stage 2 (KS2) and lower Key Stage 3 (KS2) pupils. Experienced computer educators share their secrets for using the internet. The book covers search techniques, teacher links and provides learning activities linked to science, history, geography, language, maths and art. Give pupils access to an amazingly rich information resource. Let them discover, organize and connect ideas. As children become web-literate they will be able to find up-to-the-minute information; collaborate with other learners locally or internationally; share their knowledge; and develop lifelong skills to use now and in the future.

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Format

Paperback
100 pages

Author

Laura Leininger, Chris Rowan
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Publisher

Brilliant Publications
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Publication date

31st May 2003

ISBN

9781897675786


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