■ A supplement for elementary science methods courses; a resource for in service science teachers.
The Internet holds great potential for augmenting traditional sources of science information for elementary, middle, and high school classes. But how can teachers mine that information lode effectively, appropriately, and easily with the second edition of this handy, helpful text? Here are resources for science teachers who want to find reliable science websites on the Internet, use the Internet to create hands-on science activities, and build a science curriculum based on Internet resources. Help is also included for present and future science teachers who have yet to achieve Internet literacy themselves.
1. Surfing the Netscape Browser.
2. The Internet for Interactive Learning.
3. Links to Science Activities.
4. Science Curricular Frameworks.