This guide works with you, designing Internet-based
lessons that are aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills
(TEKS). You'll find it easiest if you explore each of these sections in
order. The Site Map will help you find your way
Learn how to design, develop, implement, and
evaluate a standards-based lesson;
Explore some sample lessons that
were created using this process; and
Design your own lesson.
This site is currently being updated and archived. We also have a new
Webmaster. Besides getting rid of "dead links," we are updating the section on
"Success Stories," so if you have any success stories, promising practices,
or useful tips about integrating technology into your classroom that you'd
like to share, please click on "Credits and Contacts" and submit your story
to the Webmaster.
We also encourage all educators to share your lessons
and your favorite links with us. We offer a gift certificate to Barnes &
Noble Bookstores for each "lesson of the month". You retain all intellectual
rights to any lessons you submit. Our thanks to the many teachers who
submitted the excellent lesson plans in our lesson bank.
The Teachers' Internet Use Guide is described in:
Hoffman, D.; Sherry, L.; Lurie, J.; & McDaniel, J. (2001). The Teachers'
Internet Use Guide: Web-Based Training for Educators. In B. Khan (Ed.),
Web-Based Training, pp. 485-490. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational
We have received awards from the following organizations:
Ed's Oasis, NetTech/Neat Tech, and Lightspan StudyWeb.
Our "Guidelines for Appropriate Assessment" page was
selected as a Web page of excellence by the SciLinks program, a service of
National Science Teachers Association. Copyright 2001.