Submissions:2015/Lesson Plans for web-based projects
- Let's use Wikipedia in the classroom!
- Type of submission
- Rachel Bracker
- E-mail address
How can educators prepare lesson plans that integrate online resources?
The first half of this workshop will be highly discussion-based, examining some relevant lesson plans. These will be posted a few days before the conference. Current students and teachers should find this interesting, as it will be a great way for people to share opinions on this topic.
-Subjects to use this for
-What resources do you need/want? (School computers, laptops, iPads, speed of WiFi, etc)
-How should students work? (Groups, partners, etc)
-Types of materials can teachers prepare to guide students
-Projects, quizzes and tests that can be used to track progress
-Teacher responsibility to keep students "on track"
-How to keep consistent pacing
During the second half, we'll create (or adapt) a lesson plan based on our discussion. This is primarily directed at educators, but anyone who teaches or trains people might be interested in seeing ways to do this. I will post some templates you can use, though attendees should feel free to bring old lesson plans that they adapt to include online-based curricula.
- Length of presentation
- 60 min
- Special schedule requests
- Afternoon preferred
- Will you attend WikiConference USA if your submission is not accepted?
- Depending on funding from university
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