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Title: Using the internet to enhance cross-curriculum learning
Authors: Wong, Jessie Yuk Yong
Hsui, Victoria Y.
Issue Date: 1999
Citation: Teaching and Learning, 20(1), 79-88
Abstract: The Internet offers a rich source of possibilities for cross curriculum teaching and learning. Used appropriately, it enhances student interest, creativity, and thinking, and promotes written communication and reading within real-life contexts among interested communities of writers and readers. In addition, it is an easily accessible storehouse of information and ideas, constantly updated and generously shared, thereby helping to advance content knowledge in the arts and sciences, and enriching the whole learning experience. This article first discusses the many possibilities that the Internet has to offer in cross-curriculum pedagogy, using actual examples of successful Internet projects. It then identifies steps involved in designing and organizing Internet projects.
ISSN: 0129-7112
Appears in Collections:Journal Articles - Teaching and Learning

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