K-12 Partnership
  K - 12 Partnership Online Materials    2000 - 2001

Basic Internet Training
Elmwood Park Site Visit
March 19, 2001


The purpose of today's session is to learn how to use the Internet by experiencing the technology first-hand. It is designed for the novice to an experienced user of the Internet.  We will explain how to use the Internet to access "unique and compelling" educational applications and then use them in the classroom.  We will take an in-depth look at a couple of Telecollaborative and Real Time data Projects run by CIESE and then you will have an opportunity to browse through several project registries to find a project that best meets your curricular needs.

In addition, if the need arises, we will discuss the different parts of Netscape and/or Internet Explorer, and let you practice your surfing skills through guided activities.


Unique and Compelling Applications

Collaborative Projects

Real Time Data Projects


Supplementary Resources

Internet Basics?

Browser Basics

Using E-Mail

Online Bookmarking

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