The following links will provide you with examples of how teachers are using the web as a teaching tool in the classroom:

Lesson Plans

The following list of lesson ideas is brought to you by the New York Times Online and the Learning Network.

Oh, What a Tangled Web!
Using Search Engines to Efficiently Find Information on the World Wide Web.

Don't Believe the Type
Exploring Internet Hoaxes and Their Impact.

Exploring Lessons Learned from Unsuccessful Web Companies.

Mail Bonding
Exploring Communication Styles in the Computer Age.

Searching Near and Far
Learning About How Specialized Search Engines Make Internet Information Accessible.


"A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented activity in which most or all of the information used by learners is drawn from the Web. WebQuests are designed to use learners' time well, to focus on using information rather than looking for it, and to support learners' thinking at the levels of analysis, synthesis and evaluation."

The following list of Webquests is brought to you by Edweb and Bernie Dodge.

Jurassic Park Information Literacy
Learn how to evaluate the credibility of web sites by analyzing sites about dinosaurs.

Charts and Graphs
Use Internet sites to gather data to create bar and line graphs and pie charts.

GE Foods - Friend or Foe?
What are genetically engineered foods and are they dangerous to our health and to our environment? Look at both sides of the issue and then discuss findings at the "World Food Conference."

Network Design WebQuest
Design a LAN for a high school.

On the Cutting Edge: Searching for the Perfect Website
Develop a rubric for assessing the quality of a Web site.

WEBQUEST webquest
A webquest that deals with creating a Webquest.

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