Internet Resource File

The Resource File is a collection of Internet resources for educators, students, parents and community members. Entries are categorized by subject area and, where appropriate, identified as being a tool primarily for teachers or students.

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Computers in the High School Classroom

by Michelle Moore - Saturday, October 22, 2005, 3:34 PM
Computers in the High School Classroom (recommended by the KSDE Technology Assistance Team)

From the website:
"High school teachers face enormous pressure to prepare students for state standardized tests, college admissions tests, and AP exams. Do computers "get in the way" of teaching in such an environment or can technology improve achievement without taking time away from the curriculum? Education World's Tech Team offers opinions on the reality and possibilities of "teching" in high school. Included: Nine easy ways to integrate technology in high school and links to technology in action at high schools across America."
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by Michelle Moore - Friday, July 16, 2004, 1:22 PM

These pages on the American Library Association (ALA) website regarding the Technology, Education and Copyright Harmonization Act (TEACH Act) explain copyright as it relates to distance education (online learning).

Distance Education and the TEACH Act

TEACH Act Best Practices using Blackboard--Note: Blackboard is another course management system, like Moodle; the examples provided here transfer nicely to Moodle.