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Tour Home: How to use the Internet in Your Classroom
Tour Home: The New Teacher Handbook
How to Use the Internet in the Classroom: Julie Vitulano

"Finding competitive opportunities may be used as a computer literacy learning experience, and the results may then be collaboratively displayed on bulletin boards, electronically and traditionally."
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Julie Vitulano

Julie Vitulano is a High School ESL and English teacher at University Neighborhood High School. She has been teaching for ten years, and has used computer assisted instruction from the beginning of her teaching career. She has been acknowledged with her co-teacher (and editor of How To Use The Internet In Your Classroom) Carla Huck, by AOL; Pioneering Partners; Datamations; and Teachers Network. 

JVitulano@aol.com

LINKS I LOVE


Lesson Project: Theatre for Teenagers in New York City, Language Arts
http://teachersnetwork.org/teachnetnyc/jvitulano/vitulano1.htm
 

Lesson Project: Universal Studios' Roller Coasters, English, ESL
http://teachersnetwork.org/teachnetnyc/jvitulano/universal.htm 

Lesson Plan: Learning Via the Virtual Field Trip by Julie Vitulano, New York City Public Schools
http://teachersnetwork.org/dcs/sixflags/lesson5.htm


 

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