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USING THE WEB TO TEACH HISTORY: WEEK 1
2001 Open Summer Institute

 

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July 16 - 20
Meeting Place: Kerr Hall
Lab: TB 135
Time: 12 - 5 p.m. (only time allowed in lab)

Monday:
8:30 - 9:00: Check in / food
9 - 11
Introductions:
technology skills
Expectations:
overview of the program: purpose
follow-up
stipend
Units
Schedule for the week
Snack sign ups

Unit of Practice
explanation
samples

Break

11 - 12 p.m.
Survey
Historical methodology:
Using and Analyzing sources

12 p.m.: Lunch

1 - 4:30 p.m.
Deb Harkness: Using the web to teach history (not confirmed)
CTAP assessment
Mailing list
Skill: Creating a Web page with netscape composer
Exploration of UOP: web sites to examine for UOP's
Reflection: uop? what learned? want to learn? questions

Tuesday:
Morning
9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m: Andrew Jones: using the search engines
10:45 - 12 p.m.: Historical methodology (interactive)
Evaluation of sources

12 - 1 p.m. Lunch

Afternoon
Designing and Creating lessons using the internet (Gil)
Web sites to examine: where to find samples / History sites
Skill: netscape composer
Work on UOP
Reflection

Wednesday
Morning
9 - 10:30 a.m.: Daniel Goldstein: databases and online resources at UC Davis

Historical methodology

Afternoon
Tim Youngs: High School UOP
Web sites to examine
Skill: netscape composer
Work on UOP
Reflection

Thursday
Morning
Eva Lamar: Copyright Laws and Share UOP
Historical methodology

Afternoon
Web sites to examine
Skill: netscape composer
Work on UOP
Reflection

Friday

Morning
Pam Tindall: Share UOP
Historical methodology
Work on UOP

Afternoon
Web sites to examine
Skill: netscape composer
Work on UOP
Each person / team presents UOP
Reflection