“The Internet is...an ideal mechanism for encouraging
students to assume responsibility for their own learning. As students find different learning resources on the Internet, they
become active participants in their quest for knowledge.
Incorporating the Internet into your classroom provides students
with more opportunities to structure their own learning. Students are able to define their learning needs, find information,
assess its value, build their own knowledge base, and communicate their discoveries.
Yet before you can begin to use the Internet in your classroom,
students need to have the foundation of two main sets of skills to help them navigate the Internet and then manage the large
amounts of information they find...”