Resources for School Librarians - Index A Directory of Lesson Plan Web Sites for Computer and Internet Use Instruction
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Computers and Internet Searching
Computer and Internet Lesson Plans - From Hot Chalk. There are a lot of these so it would be a good idea to use the search box to locate the grades you are interested in.
Computer Teaching Lesson Plans - Computer, internet, and web
quest lesson plans from Teachnology.
Read Write Think Lesson Plans - There are many technology and internet related lesson plans here. Use the search box to locate appropriate plans for your class.
Tech Lesson of the Week - An archive of tech plans from
Educational Technology Lesson Plans - for all grades
from Education World.
Technology Lesson Plans - Teacher written lesson plans for grades k - 12. By the East Detroit Public Schools.
Digital Wish - Check out their lesson plans for interesting ways to integrate technology into the subject areas.
Word Processing Lesson Plans - From the Lesson Corner.
Technology Lesson Plan Using Discovery Learning to Research Technology Terms - This plan is from Bright Hub.
Readology - a Reading/Technology Project - Ideas for combining books and technology. Set up your own digital media lab for next to nothing - Start with a Mac and a green screen. An article by Donna DeLuca in eSchool News, April, 2015.
Using Tech Tools for Learning with Standards - Adding new technologies to your program. This is an article by Kristina A. Holzweiss in School Library Monthly, January, 2014.
Coding in the Classroom: Sixteen Top Resources - This article by Joy Nelson has links to sites which will assist you to teach coding. From Edudemic, May, 2015.
Using Scratch in the Classroom: Five Ideas - Scratch is a free program from MIT which students can use to create animations, games, stories and more. This article from Education World will give you some ideas for using Scratch. Blogging, Wikis, Podcasting, and Social Media
If you are looking for lesson plans for these, then go to
Web 2.0 in School Libraries eReaders, eBooks, apps, and Tablets
If you are looking for more information on these, then take a look at
E- Books, Tablets, and Computers in School Libraries
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