Global history via the Web: A model of instruction for teaching global history in the New York State secondary school core curriculum
Mark Scott Malaszczyk, St. John's University , United States
St. John's University . Awarded
The researcher addresses the need for teachers of Global History in the New York State Secondary to develop web-based lessons of instruction. The major educational reforms of the 1990's are explained in an effort to demonstrate the need for new instructional approaches. The researcher then offers an informative chapter on incorporating the Internet into daily classroom instruction, followed by four model lessons employing the Internet for Unit VI of Global History and Geography in New York state entitled “A Century of Crisis and Achievement, 1900–1945.” Insights and techniques for evaluating the pedagogical effectiveness of Internet sites are also offered. A conclusion addressing the initial steps in reforming the system and the need for teacher training programs closes the Research Essay. A Comprehensive Bibliography is included.
Malaszczyk, M.S. Global history via the Web: A model of instruction for teaching global history in the New York State secondary school core curriculum. Ph.D. thesis, St. John's University.
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