Development and Use of Interactive Websites K-12
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Draper, D., Evans, N., Parke, H.M. & Bright, G.W. (1999). Development and Use of Interactive Websites K-12. In Proceedings of WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet 1999 (pp. 1383-1384). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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Two interactive websites, focusing on a national estuary and a shipwreck, have recently been developed. These websites have been used in classrooms to help students understand the attributes of each environment, while preserving the sanctity of the sites. During interactive sessions, students can watch activity through streamed video and then pose questions through a chat-room capability. Local experts at each site respond to students' questions. Both teachers and students report high interest in these interactive sessions, in spite of some technical difficulties during initial use of the websites. Both sites have also proven useful as contexts for creating interdisciplinary instructional activities.
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