Get ready to extend traditional classroom learning with the amazing variety of educational resources available on the World Wide Web.
Learners Online is a comprehensive monthly ejournal that directs teachers to the most exciting instructional content on the Web. Each issue contains seven complete lessons covering all of the major core curriculum areas for elementary and secondary grades. It is ideal for schools, individual classrooms, or independent learners who want to maximize the enormous potential of the Web as a learning tool.
On its own, the value of the Internet as a tool for instruction is limited. Teachers don't know which of the 100 million sites on the Internet are worthwhile, and they don't have time to conduct elaborate searches and site reviews. Even when teachers find good sites, few can invest the time needed to develop an effective instructional system and create meaningful learning activities based on the Web content.
Learners Online eliminates these challenges by providing teachers with over 200 carefully researched and screened sites each month. With each lesson topic, teachers learn specific strategies to help students engage the content in meaningful contexts. You can also find reproducible activities for independent study, a current events lesson that ties Web resources to recent news, and help for schools that have character education programs.
Learners Online is published as an interactive PDF file with direct links to all of the quality Web resources. You can save each monthly issue right on your PC or school network and access it anytime you like. Click the table of contents to jump directly a specific article, or print all or part of the issue for offline reading.
Now in its seventh year of publication, Learners Online is one of the oldest and most successful publications of its kind.
To learn more, or to download a FREE SAMPLE ISSUE, visit www.learnersonline.com.
"Learners Online is such a wonderful addition to our class; it's almost like having a second teacher. My students all look forward to taking the Internet Challenge each month. They're so excited to be online, and their minds are obviously prepared for this type of learning."