Teacher's Guide to International Collaboration on the Internet

The Teacher's Guide to International Collaboration was developed to help teachers use the Internet to "reach out" globally. These materials were prepared as part of the Department of Education's International Education Initiative.

Table of Contents

1.  Introduction
2.  Resources for Cross-cultural Interaction and Project Work
National/Regional Networks
3.  Theoretical Background for the Use of Internet Based Projects in ESL/EFL Teaching
4.  Modern/Second Language Project Examples
Internet ESL Project Examples Classified by Level of Language Proficiency
5.  Music and Graphic Arts Project Examples
6.  Creative and Language Arts Project Examples
7.  Science/Math/Environment Project Examples
8.  Vocational/ Work Force Readiness Project Examples
9.  Social Studies Project Examples
10.  Planning and Starting a New Project
Additional Resources for Planning and Starting a New Project
Some Practical Suggestions
11.  Tutorials and Guides
12.  Tips for Online Collaboration
Tips on International Online Collaboration
Why International Collaboration in Schools?
13.  Helpful Suggestions from K-12 Teachers
Questions and Answers
14.  Postsecondary Programs Working with K-12 Schools
15.  Credits and Acknowledgements

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Last Modified: 09/24/2009