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Model of the Internet Inquiry Process
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Model of the Internet Inquiry Process

This toolkit was made possible by a grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, Grant Award #H324N010005.

What is the Internet inquiry toolkit?

The Internet Inquiry Toolkit is a resource for language arts, content area, and special education teachers (grades 5-10) who recognize that finding information on the Internet has become an essential literacy task for today's students. This toolkit provides guidance, mentoring, model units and lessons, ready-to-use materials, resources, and opportunities to connect with colleagues.

What can I do here?

  • Learn about the Internet Inquiry process from a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) perspective
  • Follow procedures for teaching Internet inquiry strategies
  • Access resources to use in your classroom
  • Find out how others have integrated Internet Inquiry strategies into their curricula

What Does The Toolkit Include?

  • Procedures
    The steps and key UDL-based concepts of this toolkit. They tell you what to do and how to do it.
  • Examples
    Classroom applications of the toolkit and guidance in applying UDL in your classroom. Examples may include case stories, model instructional units, and/or model lessons.
  • Resources
    Further information, tools, templates, and related materials via online links and downloads.
  • Share
    Connects you with others engaged in related work.

 

 

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