Bořivoj Brdička : The Role of Internet in Education xxC O N T E N T SxxxxxxI N D E X
Table of Contents:
    Acknowledgments
  1. THE OBJECTIVES
  2. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
  3. THE INFLUENCE OF RELATED BRANCHES
    1. Philosophy
    2. Sociology
    3. Psychology
    4. Cognitive Psychology
    5. Pedagogy
  4. INTRODUCING THE INTERNET TO SCHOOLS
    1. What is the Internet about?
    2. Connecting to the Internet
    3. Operation praxis
    4. Access control
    5. Experience from the world
  5. THE WAYS OF APPLICATION OF THE INTERNET TO EDUCATION
    1. Teaching machine
    2. The source of information
    3. Communication tool
    4. Teachers' helper
    5. Students' helper
    6. Distance learning
    7. Artificial intelligence
  6. METHODOLOGY OF USING THE INTERNET IN EDUCATION
    1. Instructive approach
    2. Constructive approach
    3. Internet at home
    4. Global environment
    5. Project Based Learning
  7. INTERNET PROJECTS
    1. Interpersonal exchange (taxonomy and examples)
    2. Information collection and analysis (taxonomy and examples)
    3. Problem solving (taxonomy and examples)
    4. Preparing to join a project
    5. Project designing
  8. MAIN INTERNET SERVICES FOR EUROPEAN TEACHERS
    1. Socrates Project
    2. European Schoolnet
    3. ESP
    4. Thematic Comenius Networks
  9. EDUCATION FOR THE NEW MILLENNIUM
    1. Results of the International Research OECD - PISA
    2. Research OECD/CERI - ICT and the Quality of Learning
    3. Research IEA - SITES
    4. What is it going to be like?
    5. The risks of further development
  10. CONCLUSION
  11. REFERENCES
  12. ADDITIONAL ON-LINE STUDY MATERIALS

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