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Internet Hotsposts Communication/Networking
(at a glimpse-most important topics)

 UNICEF Voices of Youth - UNICEF Voices of Youth ( )allows young adults to voice their concerns and share ideas about important world issues. Topics of discussion include solutions and actions on child rights, child in war, child labor, and children and urbanization.


NickNacks – Join the excitement of learning together on the internet with educators and students from around the world! NickNacks.

( can help you explore exciting virtual horizons of learning via the Internet. Whether you want to participate in telecollaboration or start your own, there’s information at NickNacks to help you and exciting projects to join. Note: Update of Site, see and


A questioning toolkit – A listing of different types of questions to ask students. It is suggested that you print these questioning formats on large charts and place them on the classroom wall for easy referencing. Note: This enlightening website provides an actual Toolkit for teachers to use when developing the vital skill of questioning in their students. It examines 17 different types of questions and gives examples. Here is one sample: "Essential Questions. These are questions which touch our hearts and souls. They are central to our lives. They help to define what it means to be human...What kind of friend shall I be?" There are color-coded cluster diagrams to help teachers with the entire process of developing strategies. This is an excellent resource to encourage higher order thinking and critical evaluation of information. (,


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