Evaluating Instructional Websites

Evaluating Instructional Websites - Then, in a 1-2 page...

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E VALUATING I NSTRUCTIONAL W EBSITES Directions: When using a website for instruction, you must decide whether the information is of the quality you would like to use with your students. For this activity, choose any three website in the content area and/or grade level you would like to teach. Use the attached website evaluation rubric to determine their instructional quality. Select the one that scores the best.
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Unformatted text preview: Then, in a 1-2 page paper describe how you could use this website in your classroom. Give specific teaching and learning s that it would support. trategies Suggestions: Look for websites that support the intended instruction rather than websites of sample lesson plans. If more than one website scores equally on your rubrics, select the one you would most like to use for your lesson....
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