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How to Use the Internet in Your Classroom: Cheryl Oakes

"Scavenger Hunt for Grade 4."
(go to it!)

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Cheryl Oakes

Cheryl Oakes is a former Special Education teacher and administrator. When she saw how much technology helped her sons she became immersed in using technology to support the curriculum at Wells Elementary School. 

Cheryl teaches classes with 465 students per week which focus on using technology as a tool to support the Maine Learning Results and curriculum areas. The parts of her job that she is most proud of are that all students are included in classes in the lab, she gets to create workshops for teachers and support new learning for students that way, and her Annual Computer Show Off week! Parents are accompanied to the lab by their student, and the student "shows off" all the learning that has gone on that year.

If you have any questions, e-mail Cheryl at  coakes@maine.rr.com

 

 

 

 

Pteranodons are not really dinosaurs, they are reptiles 
A drawing that is an example of technology supporting the curriculum. 

 

LINKS I LOVE

TechLearning - The Resource for Education Technology Leaders
Read my article, Opening the Computer Lab to Show-Offs.

Wells Elementary School  

Scavenger Hunt for Grade 3 and Grade 4  

Animation Project
 
Animation lesson plan
 
2nd grade dinosaur facts!
 


 

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