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ERIC Number: ED423818
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998-Apr-9
Pages: 67
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Embracing the World: Linking K-16 Students through Technology.
Burton, Larry D.
This document includes materials that accompanied a presentation focused on sharing with educators the "Intel-ebration" program. The Intel-ebration program is designed to connect K-16 students in a collaborative educational adventure. Each year the developer of the program collaborates with an academic department at Andrews University (Michigan) in an effort to offer K-12 students the opportunity to accompany college students on a virtual academic tour. A curriculum team is lead to develop learning materials that prepare the elementary and secondary students for the academic tour. The presentation briefly outlined the entire Intel-ebration program including the collaboration between different departments on the campus. The major portion of the presentation concerned the curriculum development process used in making the learning activities for students. The curriculum team used a non-linear curriculum development process. This presentation described the shape and motion of the Intel-ebration program and allowed the opportunity for participants to analyze the curriculum and its components to see if it was true to its defined shape and motion. (AEF)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
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