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E-Mail Ideas:  

Communication between Parents, Teachers, and Students has always been a key ingredient in education.  E-mail is a great way to jump start this communication.  Here are a few examples.  Parents can use e-mail to send teachers great Internet Sites, that they have found, to enhance their classes projects.  Teachers can easily obtain quick feedback from parents or remind students of important assignments.  Students can discuss ideas with their cooperative group partners from home.  Now, you can get free e-mail accounts from iwebquest.com.  It's easy to sign up and you can trust the reliable services of iwebquest.com.  Simply, fill out the form below and you'll be e-mailing by tomorrow.

 

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Investigation Organizer

Check out the new Investigation Organizer from iwebquest.com.   This organizer can help you keep track of where you found your information, the important information that you found, and summarize, in your own words, what you found there. It is great for organization and gives a format that guides students through the difficult process of analyzing and interpreting the information they found.  The organizer will create the structure that your student(s) needs to give them a fighting chance of internalizing this important information.   

 

"Responsible Use" Advertisement Contest

iwebquest.com wants to recognize the all the effort that you and your student(s) have put into learning how to use the Internet wisely.  We invite you to apply your technology skills and your knowledge of "Responsible Use of the Internet" to create a public service advertisement that teaches others how to use the Internet responsibly.  Advertisements come in many forms.    You may want to create a banner advertisement, and Avid-Cinema video advertisement, a Hollywood High cartoon advertisement... Be creative in the way that your advertisement teaches others how to how to use the Internet Responsibly.

Please submit all entries to contests@iwebquest.com.

 

We appreciate Your Input

What Others Aspects of the the Internet should we address?  iwebquest.com would love to hear about any activities that you have done with your student(s) to teach them about Responsible Use of the Internet.  Please send your ideas to support@iwebquest.com.   We look forward to hearing from you.

 

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Top Ten "Responsible Use of the Internet" Children's Books

 

1.

300 Incredible Things for Kids on the Internet
by Ken Leebow

 

 

 

2.

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Protecting Your Child Online (with CD-ROM)
by Preston Gralla, Sherry Kinkoph

 

 

 

3.

101 Things to Do on the Internet (Computer Guides Series)
by Mark Wallace

 

 

 

4.

Cool Sites : Homework Help for Kids on the Net (Cool Sites)
by Lisa Trumbauer

 

 

 

5.

Free Stuff for Kids on the Net (Cool Sites)
by Lisa Trumbauer

 

 

 

 

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6.

Super Sports for Kids on the Net (Cool Sites)
by Lisa Trumbauer

 

 

7.

Internet Kids & Family Yellow Pages, 2001 Edition
by Jean Armour Polly

 

 

8.

Cybersurfer : The Owl Internet Guide for Kids
by Nyla Ahmad, Martha Newbigging

 

 

 

9.

The Everything Kids Online Book (Everything Kids Series)
by Rich Mintzer

 

 

 

10.

Online Kids: A Young Surfer's Guide to Cyberspace
by Preston Gralla

 

 

 

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