This book is intended for use by college students majoring in education, or by teachers seeking to enhance their knowledge of the digital revolution. It focuses on the enduring elements of technology tools in the social studies curriculum. Exemplary social studies software is introduced; however, the coverage of database tools and hypermedia is deliberately generic. Because of the growing importance of the Internet to educators, one of the closing chapters is devoted to the topic.Materials Needed The chapter section aquot;Word Processing in Social Studies, aquot; especially the aquot;Dialectical Reasoning Templateaquot;; a word-processing program; a template created in a word-processing program; a sample essay (see handout).
|Title||:||Technology Tools in the Social Studies Curriculum|
|Author||:||Joseph A. Braun, Phyllis Maxey Fernlund, Charles Stitham White|
|Publisher||:||Franklin Beedle & Assoc - 1998|